Craig Miller Productions is a full-service film and television company located in Atlanta, Georgia. Our capabilities include creative strategy, script writing, production design, production management, directing, animation, editing, music, sound design and packaging.
Happily in business for 28 years, we are proud members of the Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP), the National Agriculture Marketing Association (NAMA), Georgia Production Partnership (GPP, Co-President), the Atlanta Ad Club and the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.
We shoot in all digital formats, have a digital edit suite (capable of 4K 3D editing), three audio suites and complete insurance coverage for all projects. We are also experienced in developing programs for all media, audiences and languages.
Quite simply, we are ready to tell your story.
The Farmer's Dream was produced as the centerpiece of AGCO's Intivity Welcome Center in Jackson, MN. The story, written by Jim Paddock, is about a farmer with a dream to feed to world. But he can only realize his dream by having the right tools to accomplish the goal. And he can't have the right tools without the help of the townspeople of Jackson, MN... Townspeople that build tractors... the best tractors in the world... Massey Ferguson and Challenger Tractors. Together they come together to make the farmer's dream a reality.
The film was produced by Craig Miller Productions. It was shot by Philip Wages (philipwages.com/). It represents the commitment that AGCO has to the American Farmer.
Our Senior Editor, Marc Pilvinsky, was editor/producer on this piece. He worked with Herzog & Company in Los Angeles and ended up cutting four of the six documentary featurettes on the LONE SURVIVOR Blu-ray.
A video created by Craig Miller Productions for Ronald McDonald House Charities. The concept involved children as superheroes defeating cartoon drawings of the diseases that attack them, showing the strong will these children have in the face of danger.
Our Senior Editor, Marc Pilvinsky, edited this James Bond featurette for IMAX and Hurwitz Creative in Los Angeles.
In New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, an African American high school marching band must rebuild to continue its proud legacy.
Our Senior Editor, Marc Pilvinsky, edited this spot for Sony Pictures Television in Los Angeles.