Analog wins a Best Videography award
Analog: The Heart of Fratello Coffee recently won Best Videography at the Ad Rodeo Anvil awards, honoring the best in creativity in Calgary’s advertising community. It also won a Merit for Non-Broadcast, Single/Series.
Congratulations to contributor Plainsight Pictures and Dissolve’s product manager, George Georgeadis, for their amazing work on this film. And a huge thanks to the Fratello Coffee family for allowing us to share their wonderful story with the world.
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