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MITZVAH FILMS

We love telling stories, and your Bar or Bat Mitzvah is a milestone moment in your life!

Our Orlando Mitzvah Videos are a fusion of documentary filmmaking and artistic cinema. Here are some of our favorites.

Mitzvah Film packages start at $1800 and include our SugarPop Short Highlight Film and lightly edited raw footage of your event. Details can be found on our Investment & FAQ page.

We also travel throughout Florida and all destinations including Miami, West Palm Beach and Tampa.


ALEXIS IN WONDERLAND | A MITZVAH FANTASY FILM
Inspired by Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, this fantasy film was played for all her guests prior to Alexis entering the party. Read more about it here.


ALEXIS’ BAT MITZVAH HIGHLIGHT VIDEO | THE GRAND BOHEMIAN, ORLANDO
We definitely fell through the rabbit hole for this Bat Mitzvah Video Highlight at The Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando. Even the Mad Hatter and Red Queen herself were in attendance!


CAMP KOYFMAN | A MITZVAH CONCEPT FILM
Never in my career as an event filmmaker would I have expected to use the phrase, Wes Anderson Parody Mitzvah Video, yet that’s exactly what this is. This film was played prior to the family introduction at the party. Read more about it here.


MALLORY & BEN’S B’NAI MITZVAH HIGHLIGHT FILM | THE ALFOND INN, WINTER PARK
We had an awesome time in the great outdoors capturing Mallory & Ben’s B’nai Mitzvah Video Highlight at their party at the gorgeous Alfond Inn in Orlando.


MY WONDERLAND | A 3D ANIMATED PHOTO MONTAGE
We created this custom, animated 3D photo montage that was played during the dinner event.


WONDERLAND SLOW MOTION BOOTH
We created this totally immersive, Wonderland themed Slow Motion Booth for Alexis’ party.


REBECCA & HANNAH’S B’NOT MITZVAH HIGHLIGHT FILM | ORLANDO, FLORIDA
This is one of our older, longer format films, but still one of our favorites!