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The blog has been a bit quiet lately but we have been very busy. Jason has been filming all sorts of projects over the last few months. He recently filmed a series of PSAs for Charlottesville Loaves & Fishes you can see here. (One example below).
I welcomed a new addition into my family, a healthy baby boy named Gabe! I also recently edited a Thank You video for the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Same great attention to story & detail, new and improved tools.
Big news!! Take 29 Productions now has a Sony F3 rig with Ki Pro Mini! Rental details will post later this month, but for now if you have a job/need contact us and we can work something out.
More info about this camera can be found in the meantime here: http://www.abelcine.com/store/Sony-PMW-F3L-Super-35mm-XDCAM-EX-Camera/
And the great production & post-production flexibility afforded by the Ki Pro Mini: http://www.abelcine.com/store/AJA-Ki-Pro-Mini-Ultra-Portable-Digital-CF-Recorder/
We present the Lulu's Rescue short documentary:
14,000 dogs die a day at our animal control facilities. This is a short documentary that exhibits the challenges facing dogs and the people that support them. It also focuses on the great work of Lulu's Rescue (lulusrescue.com) who rescue dogs from North/South Carolina up to Pennsylvania, and follows their efforts to go beyond just rescue and create an all-important spay/neuter initiative.
All photography, editing, and sweating have been completed. Well mostly. This Saturday the Lulu's short documentary will be shown for the first time live at the Eat, Bark, Bid Event and we will present it online soon after next week. There still may be tickets, there will be a ridiculously good meal, I suggest you attend.
I am thankful for everyone invloved: Michelle & Jane who run Lulu's Rescue and are working so hard to make a difference, Jason & Cathy filming great footage to show what's there, and all of the volunteers and people we met, blew me away with your care & effort. Always thanks to Joy & Sooey, a little extra.
Take29 has a lot coming up. We can't wait to show Rothon, and soon after many more projects, but right now take a look at Lulu's Rescue and see how you can contribute.