1. Aaton Penelope Overview


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    In this video, Ian McCausland, Rental Equipment Manager for Abel LA, takes you on a tour of the new Aaton Penelope 35mm camera. The Penelope is convertible between a 2-perf or 3-perf movement, quieter than previous Aaton 35s, and offers a new viewing system, as well as other enhancements.

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    • Aaton's Delta @ NAB 2013 with Mitch Gross


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      Mitch Gross gave us a rundown of the Delta Penelope at the AbelCine booth at NAB 2013. Despite the fact that recent announcements from Aaton mean that this camera may never see the light of day it is still a very interesting camera and sensor concept. Made with the usual Aaton creativity and engineering skill.

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      • AbelCine Booth Preview NAB 2011


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        This year at NAB, AbelCine is exhibiting the latest technology in Phantom high-speed cinematography, digital cinema, broadcast, compact cine and high-end optics in our booth. In addition to this, we have launched two new departments, Digital Media Services and Training to better serve our clients. Watch our booth preview to see a sneak peek of some of the equipment we are showcasing. Stay tuned for more reports from the floor of NAB 2011. For more videos from NAB 2011, visit our blog: http://blog.abelcine.com/category/nab-2011

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          • 2013 AbelCine Documentary Grant - Black Booth


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            Entry for the 2013 AbelCine Documentary Grant. After interviewing a film projectionist named Manuel Toste, I could for the first time understand the craft and the incredibly interesting stories behind these professionals. At the same time, with the changes movie industry has been suffering, this may be an extinct craft very soon. This inspired me to tell the stories of these people and explore a little further this activity before it is completely extinct. Make sure you like our Facebook page too, to receive updates on what's going on with the project: http://www.facebook.com/blackboothdoc Music by: Being Frank - The Tail Elegy Clavier Trio - Old Vienna Mokhov - Eternal Wings

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            • 2013 AbelCine Documentary Grant - Boxing Chicks


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              Entry for the 2013 AbelCine Documentary grant - Boxing Chicks. Help us out by liking!

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              • 2013 AbelCine Documentary Grant - Broken Justice: The Murder of Kiki Camarena


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                "Broken Justice: The Murder of Kiki Camarena" will tell the story of the people that worked to get the justice that federal D.E.A. agent Enrique Camarena deserved, while also revolving around the drug trade between the U.S. and Mexico. The documentary will show the hardships that the people working on Kiki Camarena's murder case experienced, and how far they went to catch the killers of Mr. Camarena. Music: Clean Soul Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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                • 2013 AbelCine Documentary Grant - Lost Souls


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                  Human sex trafficking is a worldwide problem, but the scary thing is, it is also happening right in our backyards here in the United States! "Lost Souls" is a documentary that will hopefully bring more awareness to the issue within our country and help citizens prevent trafficking in their communities. PLEASE LIKE THE VIDEO!

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                  • 2013 AbelCine Documentary Grant - Mr. Handy's Blues


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                    We are in early production for this documentary that will illuminate and celebrate the life and work of W.C. Handy, known as "The Father of the Blues." Emmy Award winner Joanne Fish is producing and directing "Mr. Handy's Blues," which will bring the composer's story to the screen for the first time. In the early 1900's Handy made significant contributions to the evolution of the Blues and early Jazz. A composer, bandleader and arranger, he gave written form and voice to a musical culture that was once purely oral and ephemeral - African-American folk music - and in the process became one of the most influential and beloved musicians of his era. He was the first African-American to publish his own compositions, and had one of the first black-owned businesses on Broadway in New York City. "St. Louis Blues" was the most recorded song of the first half of the 20th century, and we intend to commemorate its 100th anniversary with the release of the film in 2014. We hope the documentary will renew awareness of Handy's important role in the development of a uniquely American genre of music.

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                    • 2013 AbelCine Documentary Grant - "Three Lenses"


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                      Three Lenses is a documentary in production about World War II Japanese American Internment Camp, Manzanar, and the 3 famous photographers who photographed there. Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange and Toyo Miyatake. Through their photographs, interviews with former internees, historians and others, we'll learn why and how each photographer ended up at Manzanar. This true story from the past tells of painful lessons we learned as a country about freedom, but now may be forgetting.

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