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About Orange Bird Productions

Orange Bird Productions is a distinguished production company founded and spearheaded by writer/director/producer Nick Slatkin. With a profound passion for storytelling and an unyielding commitment to excellence, Nick has established Orange Bird Productions as a beacon of creativity and innovation in the film and video production industry. Under his leadership, the company has garnered a reputation for producing high-quality content that captivates audiences and leaves a lasting impact. Nick's hands-on approach and keen eye for detail have enabled Orange Bird Productions to work closely with clients, transforming their visions into compelling narratives that resonate deeply with their intended audience.

Nick Slatkin's leadership is characterized by a unique blend of creative vision and strategic execution, setting Orange Bird Productions apart from its competitors. The team, carefully curated by Nick, consists of talented individuals who share his passion for storytelling and excellence. This collective expertise allows for a collaborative and dynamic production process, resulting in content that is not only visually stunning but also strategically crafted to communicate messages effectively. Nick's dedication to innovation and quality has propelled Orange Bird Productions to the forefront of the industry, making it a sought-after partner for clients looking to make a significant impact through their visual content.

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WorldFest Houston 2007
Orange Bird Productions won the Independent Short Subject-Films & Video - Dramatic-Original award for their short film, The Attackmen. 

Torino Film Festival 2007
Orange Bird Productions' feature film The Blue Hour was nominated for Best Feature Film.
Yerevan International Film Festival 2008
Orange Bird Productions' feature film The Blue Hour won the Grand Prix - Golden Apricot and Prize of the Ecumenical Jury.

Maniac's music video for the song "Die Rad," directed and produced by Nick Slatkin was reviewed by Australia's Triple J and said it was "as if Quentin Tarantino directed an episode of The Mighty Boosh."

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