Alex Pissios celebrates charity

Alex Pissios Job Creator in Chicago

In 2009, Pissios, a cancer survivor who currently serves as an Illinois Cancer Foundation board member, teamed up with the Maryville Academy for Arts and Humanities to create the “One Beat” documentary shorts program. The program mentors young film students from diverse backgrounds to teach them about American cinema and filmmaking.

“You need to ask yourself what you are doing if you are not making a change in people’s lives and your community?” Pissios made the statement. Having a good influence on the community is one of Cinespace Chicago Film Studios’ key beliefs. This scenario may be made into a movie, and it would be filmed at Cinespace, where Pissios is now working. There are indeed many superstars that support and promote movies. This is the 21st century of the movie industry, and there are many ways to promote movies technologically. And Pissios has taken advantage of his knowledge and vision to make it happen. He knows that with technological advancement comes innovation, of course. With innovation comes efficiency; therefore, he can manage things more efficiently than before.

In an interview with Candid Candace, he added that following in his uncle’s footsteps was his greatest drive to this business and that he wants to create massive jobs within five years. He added that his company generated about 5 billion dollars in revenue tax to the Chicago state since 2011. The company can handle about ten productions at the same time. The company does not currently host the shows due to the Virus and hopes to begin soon. The recurring shows in the company include Med, “The Chi,” “Southside.” and Chicago Fire. The company’s upcoming shows include Paper Girls and Starz’ Power Book IV: Force. His all-time favorite movies are “Sixteen Candles, “Godfather,” and “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”

In 2009, Pissios, a cancer survivor who currently serves as an Illinois Cancer Foundation board member, teamed up with the Maryville Academy for Arts and Humanities to create the “One Beat” documentary shorts program. The program mentors young film students from diverse backgrounds to teach them about American cinema and filmmaking. “You need to ask…