Chalmskinn Productions is a film company run by Principal Seymour Skinner and Superintendent Gary Chalmers. They produced a film about the Simpson family made by Lisa and about Nelson. This partnership is ironic given the disrespect Chalmers has for Skinner and the fear Skinner has of Chalmers; however, they seemed to enjoy working together. Eventually they were approached by two directors who loved their productions and wanted to buy it. Chalmers agreed, and sold their company in return for tickets to a strip club. It is based in Springfield, Ogdenville and Shelbyville.
The original Chalmskinn Productions logo parodies the Paramount Pictures logo.