Since 1994, Pamplin Film Company has been bringing high quality films to the big screen. With projects that highlight traditional American values, Pamplin Film Company aims to establish and maintain connections with a wide variety of audiences. Pamplin Film Company has attained recognition for its work, including awards from the Academy of Family Films and Television and the International Brotherhood of Magicians. Among the many films and documentaries Pamplin Film Company has produced are “A Dog’s Life: The Oscar Lose Story,” “Magic 4 Morons,” “Michael Winslow Live,” and “Hoover.” Pamplin Film Company additionally has three projects with esteemed actor Ernest Borgnine in the works.
Pamplin Film Company is dedicated to giving back to the community and is recognized today as an important and active corporate citizen. Pamplin Film Company donates to a number of charities, including Boggy Creek Gang, GrowAmerica Foundation, and the Central Florida Children’s Home.
Pamplin Film Company is also recognized on Florida’s educational scene as a supporter of students at both the high school and college levels. Pamplin Film Company works closely with students to guide them in their careers. Pamplin Film Company provides internship opportunities through institutions, such as Florida Metropolitan University, Rollins College, University of Central Florida, and Valencia Community College.
Pamplin Film Company has been affiliated with IATSE, the Screen Actors Guild, the Directors Guild of America, and the Florida Film Festival. Pamplin Film Company has also had corporate memberships with the Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Florida Motion Picture and Television Association.
Pamplin Film Company is based in North Palm Beach, Florida.