Corporate work:
Moving the mission for clients

What are the stories we tell about ourselves, our work and our organizations? 

We all want to be part of a mission. There’s no shortage of vision, unmet needs, and triumph-over-adversity in business, and the stories we choose to tell can convey dynamic purpose, engaging people in a sense of mission that helps drive essential change. We help forward the mission of innovative companies who want to create change.

Our films stand out because we truly connect with a company and its mission — we dig deep, connecting the dots with strategic thinking, then take up the cause and throw our shoulder to the wheel. We bring companies, brands and bold initiatives to life on-screen, making vital emotional connections with their employees and customers.

We demonstrate companies in action, capturing the way people work as they tackle challenges, strive for goals, and live core values. We let workers and managers on the front lines propel a story – those who do the heavy lifting, who speak with passion and act with conviction. They can be the best measure of a company.

Corporate films are not window-dressing or paint-by-number affairs – they’re tools, carefully considered and well-crafted. Corporate films deserve filmmaking expertise, cinematic sweep and yes, imagination. We do in-depth research. We craft a story. We reach deep in interviews, shape key messages, and bring teams of Emmy-winning cinematographers and Oscar-winning editors to our projects. Passion and cinematic quality are key to the toolkit.

Great Jones creates strategic, documentary-based films for corporate and educational organizations, including IBM, Merck, BASF, Time Warner, Eileen Fisher and Tyco International.

First treatment for a deadly rare disease
Philly Unit reconnects with the community
and rebuilds business
Manifesto: Mobility | Client: Continental AG
Patient Portrait
20th Anniversary Film | Client: BIOMARIN
Trailer for 40-minute documentary
Feeding a New Economy | VT farmers food center
Transforming an Abandoned Factory
into a Local Agricultural Engine