FILM that matterS.

Plan A Films is a wholly, minority-owned film production company based in Eastern Tennessee with editing facilities in Asheville, NC. Our work is global in scope— Mexico, Venezuela, Brazil, South Africa, Belgium, France, Russia, India, China, and all over the US.

Our Narrative & Documentary feature work has been recognized at festivals around the world, including Sundance where our first feature narrative project won a Special Jury Prize awarded by a Quentin Tarantino-led jury. We have shot over 150-pieces of branded content for clients as diverse as Gatorade, Kellogg’s, Wendy’s, Microsoft, Toyota, US Bank, Tennessee Tourism, NAPA Auto, Stella Artois, and Disney. Our branded content work has won Cannes Lions, Clios, ADC Gold Cube, and Effie awards.

We like to work on projects that inspire, challenge, and aspire to make the world a better place, and we specialize in making people FEEL.

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“KELLOGG’S: NATHAN CHEN”

 

"IT ALL BEGINS WITH A SONG: THE STORY OF THE NASHVILLE SONGWRITER"

Songs. We shower to them, we make love to them, we take road trips to them... everyone knows who sings them, but who wrote them?

in POST-PRODUCTION

 

"GATORADE - KEVIN PARKER"

 

"COLORBLIND VIEWER"

Above is a piece we shot for the state of Tennessee that won three silver at Cannes Lions 2018 and that the Art Directors Club honored by awarding it a Gold Cube.

 
 
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"FIRST CALL PSA"

This last spring we were honored when a PSA we shot for First Call in Kansas City was shortlisted at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity.

 
 
 
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"born in bristol: the untold story of the birth of country music"

Everyone knows where Rock n' Roll came from, but no one knows where Country Music was born. Combining fictional reality (re-enactments that play more like scenes from a narrative movie) and interviews with Country Music legends such as Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, Vince Gill, Marty Stuart, Steve Earle, and Sheryl Crow, this documentary feature film shines a light on one of the most unrecognized yet momentous occasions in Country Music history: The 1927 Bristol Sessions, where popular Country Music had its commercial birth.