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Short Order Production House wins ADDY awards

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Telling 10 unique stories of disability pride, Short Order Production House won gold at the 2021-2022 Philadelphia Metro American Advertising Awards, known as the ADDYs.

Matt Sullivan | PHOTO COURTESY OF SHORT ORDER PRODUCTION HOUSE

The 10 videos in the Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council’s Disability Pride series were produced by Hannah Geller, directed by Jason Prezant, and edited by Sam Molloy, in conjunction with the Marcella Saborio of Qua Marketing. Gold was awarded in the category of “Branded Content & Entertainment Campaign.”

“This project was a gift, lifting our spirits in the middle of the pandemic,” said Matt Sullivan, chief operating officer of Short Order and executive producer on the Disability Pride project. “Our job was just to make sure each piece reflected the authentic personality and spirit of the people we were profiling. Their stories and testimony did all the rest of the work.”

Short Order Production House is the largest film and video production company in Delaware, with home offices in Wilmington and a satellite office in Philadelphia. Short Order has done creative production work for Chemours, Gore, M&T Bank, Wilmington Trust, the Greater Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau, ComcastNBCUniversal, Barclays, DuckDuckGo, AAA, the University of Delaware, The Salvation Army of New York and more.

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