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Beyond the Frame: Expanding the Language of Journalism Through Motion

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Tuesday, October 22, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)

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Join AbelCine, in association with Canon & VII, for a special evening of networking and learning, Beyond the Frame: Expanding the Language of Journalism Through Motion.

As more and more photographers add motion to their work, the barriers between capturing still and motion images are becoming less apparent. Find out how three professional photojournalists have used motion capture to broaden their storytelling and explore multiple interactive stations, various camera configurations, and hands-on demos.

The evening will include: 

VII Panel Discussion

Renowned for the quality of its photography, VII was created in 2001 and now represents the world’s preeminent photojournalists. Learn how three of these photographers – Jessica Dimmock, Ed Kashi, and Ron Haviv – have incorporated motion into their portfolios. Each will display selections of their work and discuss both the creative and technical processes that come into play. 

After the presentation, each photographer will be available for individual discussions and Q&A.  

Jessica Dimmock published her first monograph in 2007 and has won numerous international awards, including a World Press Photo award for multimedia. Her first foray into video came when she was commissioned to shoot a video for the musician Moby. Since then, she has worked on several Emmy-nominated series, including HBO's The Weight of the Nation. In 2011 she shot her first feature, Without (directed by Mark Jackson) which won her the Kodak Award for Best Cinematography at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Her clients include The New York Times Magazine, HBO, Showtime, The New Yorker, and Aperture. She is currently co-directing her first feature documentary. See more of her work at jessicadimmockphotography.com


Ed Kashi is a photojournalist, filmmaker, and educator dedicated to documenting the social and political issues that define our times. He has won numerous awards, including UNICEF Photo of the Year 2010 and a Prix Pictet 2010 Commission. His editorial assignments and personal projects have generated seven books, including Curse of the Black Gold: 50 Years of Oil in the Niger Delta. Since 2000 he has pioneered the movement to multimedia and filmmaking in photojournalism, producing the innovative Iraqi Kurdistan Flipbook and award-winning short films and multimedia projects on geopolitics and social issues. See more of his work at edkashi.com

Ron Haviv is an Emmy-nominated photojournalist, and co-founder of VII, who has produced images of conflict and humanitarian crises that have made headlines around the world. His work with stills and motion has been seen on PBS's Need to KnowNBC Nightly News, and ABC World News Tonight. Haviv's music videos have been seen on MTV Europe and other music channels. His work has also been featured in the Louvre, along with numerous other museums and galleries. He has been a central character in four documentary films, including National Geographics World of Risk, exploring the hazards of combat photography. See more of his work at ronhaviv.com 

Live Technology Demos

AbelCine Camera Technology Specialist Jeff Lee will give a live demonstration of the EOS-1D C, Canon’s 4K DSLR camera. He, along with Canon experts, will show an example of using the 1D C to produce both high-quality stills and motion images with the same capture device. Specific workflow processes will also be discussed.

Equipment Displays

Go hands-on with Canon’s lineup of stills & motion cameras, including the C100, C300, and C500, along with the new Cinema EOS lenses. Cameras will be shown in configurations ranging from studio tripod setups to compact run’n’gun rigs. AbelCine experts will be on hand throughout the night to answer questions.

Refreshments & Networking

Attendees are encouraged to introduce themselves and mingle with their fellow professionals while helping themselves to snacks and enjoying an acoustic performance from singer-songwriter Eleanor Dubinsky.

Space is limited for this free event, so RSVP today! 



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When & Where

AbelCine, New York
609 Greenwich St
New York, NY 10014

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)

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