We know our videos, designs and shirts are bad. However, some people out there don’t realize just how bad. These people then make the great mistake of awarding us for our work. Listed below are some of awards we have managed to gain while bringing people good clean fun for their eyes!
Indie Gathering 2016 1st Place Action Feature Film
In 2016 we were honored by the International Indie Gathering Film Festival with several nominations and awards for our feature length film The Tale of The Sparrow. Get The Pix productions walked away from the event with the 1st place award in the Feature Film Action category and Best Ohio Supporting Actress (Sarah Wyatt). We also received nominations for Best Cinematography in an Ohio, Best Directing in an Ohio Film (Jonathan Elihu Klein), and Best Ohio Lead Actor (Jonathan Elihu Klein).
We were also chosen as an official selection for the film festival and The Tale of The Sparrow was shown at the film festival. Oh yeah, they gave us this sweet lookin’ red trophy with a gold guy standing on top.
Best Sound Design 48 Hour Film Project Cleveland, 2016
The 48 hour Film Project is an annual event where teams gather and are given 48 hours to write, film and produce a short film. In 2016, we gathered up a team of talented people and took on this daunting task. We had a lot of fun and got very little sleep in the process. Our short film (Welcome to PKE) was selected for the “Best of Cleveland 48 Hour Film Project Event” and our was team was given the prize for “Best Sound Design”.
The Plain Dealer Holiday Video Contest Grand Prize
In 2010 we decided to enter a submission into a holiday video contest. The video had to holiday themed, positive about Cleveland Ohio and only a minute long. The Plain Dealer, cleveland.com, the Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Cinemas and Positively Cleveland all sponsored the contest. All of the organizations provided a judge for the contest.
The judges chose our video “Cleveland, It’s a wonderful life” as the grand prize winner. We were brought into the Plain Dealer’s studio and had our photos taken for a full-page article about the contest. Our video was then played on the scoreboard at Progressive Field before the fireworks display on New Year’s Eve. The fireworks signified the end of the Indians Snow Days event where we were able to skate around the field, sled-ride down the bleachers and were treated to dinner in a dugout suite.
Tommy’s of Coventry Shirt Design Contest
In addition to our videos, we also create some pretty fun shirts. Tommy’s of Coventry is a must visit if you want food in Cleveland Ohio. The restaurant is rich in culture and is dripping with good food. When we heard they were having a design contest for their official shirts, we knew we had to throw our hat (or shirt) in the ring. We were honored to be selected as the winners. So if you stop by Tommy’s anytime, you can purchase one of the shirts with our design on it.
Geauga Council for Arts and Culture Video Contest
Two years in-a-row we were selected as first place winners for the GCAC video contest. The GCAC contest was the first award Get The Pix Productions has ever received for a video.
Ruggles Ice Cream Video Contest
Ruggles Ice Cream company had an online video contest. We created a stop motion video timed to the theme song for the ice cream company. The video one the first place prize and we were given money that we put towards upgrading our camera equipment. We also got some sweet ice cream coupons and ate it way too fast.