Cinespace Chicago’s Story Reads Like a Film Script

January 06, 2016

Alex Pissios is a Chicago boy, born and raised. He grew up attending Holy Trinity Church in Chicago. His dad was a special education teacher in the Chicago Public Schools, and his mother was a stay-at-home-mom until he and his siblings went to school. The family traces their Greek roots to Kastoria.

Here's A Bright Idea: Halloween Party At A Film Studio

October 31, 2015

“Chicago Fire” actor Eamonn Walker had a somewhat understandable reason for not wearing a Halloween costume to the first annual Galaween benefit Saturday at Cinespace Chicago Film Studios:

Cinespace Film Studios founder merits his own street in Chicago

October 29, 2015

Nikolaos Mirkopoulos, the founder of Cinespace Chicago Film Studios, has received a top honor from the city — a street named after him.

Cinespace Founder Legacy Lives On

October 22, 2015

The City of Chicago held a street- naming ceremony Oct. 22 honoring the life of Cinespace Chicago Film Studios founder Nikolaos Mirkopoulos, who died of cancer at 71 in 2013

Lights, Camera, Incubation Stage 18

June 15, 2019

An entertainment incubator called Stage 18 will take up shop at Cinespace Chicago Film Studios, a nearly 52-acre film studio that boasts TV shows such as “Empire” and “Chicago Fire” as clients.

Enjoying Empire Close Up

March 18, 2019

Empire” shoots in Chicago at Cinesace Chicago Film Studios on the West Side. New York, however, is where the show is set and where Lucious Lyon (played by the Chicago born and Cleveland raised Terrence Howard) grew up and launched the record label from nothing with Cookie Lyon (Taraji P. Henson).

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