Honored with Awards for Technical Achievement for The CELCO Digital Film
2, 2002 - Beverly Hills, CA – The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and
Sciences presented four Awards "for scientific and technical
achievement" to the developers of the CELCO Digital Film Recorder,
Paul Constantine, brother John Constantine, Jr., cousin Peter Constantine
and Carl Ludwig during a black-tie, gala event at the Regent Beverly
Wilshire Hotel Grand Ballroom March 2nd, 2002. With great appreciation and
passion, each awardee thanked the Academy and their official, statuesque
Awards Presenter, screen star Charlize Theron who added glamour, beauty
and technical terminology, Hollywood-style, to the evening.
of two of the seven Scientific and Engineering Plaques awarded are Paul
Constantine, and Peter Constantine. Winners of two Technical Achievement
Certificates (of 14 awarded) were presented to former CELCO employee and
friend Carl Ludwig, and John Constantine, Jr. CELCO Digital Film Recorders
"have proved their exceptional merit through successful use",
according to Awards Administration Director, Richard Miller. The Board of
Governors of A.M.P.A.S. cast their votes upon recommendations from the
Scientific & Technical Awards Committee.
in the film industry brews… as CELCO releases the FURY, their newest
breakthrough in Digital motion picture film recording. The FURY outputs
one frame/second, or 60 minutes of high-resolution 35mm film per day.
CELCO reports FURY delivery positions are already filled through September
For more information
on, please contact John Constantine at (909) 481-4648, by FAX at (909)
481-6899 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.