Here at Shmideo, we know that all the best ingredients for a bland dinner video will make you a perfectly bland dinner video. And we want to get creative. You’ve got a room full of people who’ve sat through five speeches and a couple of uncomfortable jokes about that one board member’s hair piece. Let’s serve them up a spicy blend of humor and fun. Take off that tie, put on that double-breasted, chef jacket with those pockets on the sleeve for pens and thermometers and whatnot, and sit down with us to whip up something truly delightful.
Also the hat. Put on the hat, too.
Created for the 27th anniversary dinner of Chabad on Campus in Pittsburgh, this video explores life on campus, the importance of community, and what it's like to be a giant anthropomorphic panther.
A presentation for Hillel Academy of Pittsburgh's annual dinner. For this video we let the children's artwork which hangs in the hallways and classrooms speak for themselves- literally.
We always like to hack the traditional talking-heads dinner video formula. The challenge here was turning that formula into a story. Once we figured out that the narrator would be the protagonist, everything came together.
Our presentation for Yeshiva Schools of Pittsburgh's annual dinner. This video gave us the opportunity to interview the school's administrators, some community members, and their little stick figure logos.
This video for the Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh is just your standard interviews. Oh... but with an alien.
Video presentation for Hillel Academy of Pittsburgh's annual dinner. Inspiring words + flying cars = delightful.
Here's a heartwarming video about an alien who comes to earth to eat people and ends up learning a lesson about community.
We usually pitch 3 or 4 concepts to a client, and then they choose the one that seems the least weird. Then we find a way to make that one weird.