1 - The theory of evolution does not rely on abiogenesis.Since no one could challenge my precious point, allow me to make another. Since a cell is the simplest of life forms, it may have been the first life. So a cell would have had to create itself, learn to breath, learn to reproduce, learn to evolve. Obviously this is impossible. Even a single cell is way to complex for this to be possible. Watch this video of how a cell actually works. It probably won't make sense to most people but it clearly demonstrates the complexity of even the simplest life form.
2 - Non-intelligent organisms don't have to learn anything. Trees don't have to learn to reproduce but they don't appear to have any problems. Both these points render your objections moot.
3 - You have only your incredulity to claim that abiogenesis was impossible. Since life IS here, quite obviously it is not. The only question is now whether it occurred naturally or whether it was due to the invisible Jewish wizard. Out of the two possibilities only one is capable of a scientific research program, of which the guys responsible for your video are currently researching.
4 - Isn't it dishonest of you to link to a science video made by scientists who disagree with you?(interesting side note, I think that's the video the Expelled rubes plagiarised in their mockumentary, producing an exceedingly similar but more poorly produced version. Which is why it's not surprising why creationist will often link to the genuine Harvard version instead).