How Alex Pissios Reinitiated Film Industry in Chicago

Alex Pissios formerly was stationed here at the former Ryerson Steel factory, now owned by TPG Real Estate
Alex Pissios formerly was stationed here at the former Ryerson Steel factory, now owned by TPG Real Estate

 

 

By the time the Oscar-winning film 2002 was filmed, there is no proof that the industry related to Windy city films was in trouble. Though, the businessman Alex is not a stranger to starting from the ground. When Alex Pissios was flared by the crisis in the real estate, he bounced back because he turned Chicago-Town into a film production destination. AS Alex remembers the problems he faced, Pissios says that the chief told him Chi-town is a knock-over.

Alex Pissios is a determined entrepreneur who worked hard to initiate film businesses for the community’s benefit and to his merit. Films studios in Chicago were initiated in 2011 by Pissios besides Nick, his uncle. Alex Pissios and Nick purchased the land where they built an independent movie studio. The studio has hosted more than 40 projects for movies and television. The entrepreneur, in his early life, transported children to school and changed a diaper.

When Nick, a cousin to Alex’s grandfather came in, he created film studios, which was a huge movie production in Canada. When Alex Pissios graduated from college, he commenced on a real estate occupation, which was a promising career. Thereafter, he met local developers and he decided to be affixed in the ware. He gained land and build a home which he later sold it. In addition, Alex Pissios ground several homes near a Holy Trinity church, His family’s church. Though he knew a major prize was in the center of United.

 Alex Pissios recalls when he drove several times in a day in the streets, where he went to every home to speak to people who watered their lawns. At that moment, Alex got loans with 10% down. Besides, it was a history to film in Chicago, and it has been a known site to shoot films in the 1990s and 1980s.