Chris DeBlasio

Chris DeBlasio

By Chris DeBlasio
Chris DeBlasio
🎬 Executive Producer & Actor
🎥CEO of @Agency850
💰Investor in Film/TV Shows
🏢 Investor in other businesses
www.ChrisDeBlasio.com
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Do musicians make good actors? How do you get on set? How hard is it to become an Executive Producer?
 On this episode of Pitch Chris, if you're a musical artist, how do you become an actor? If you are a PA, what is the best way to get plugged into productions? And how long does it take to become an executive producer?  Hi and welcome to episode 32 of Pitch Chris. Where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I answer 'em for you. To ask me a question, find me on social media @CHRISDEBLASIO #PitchChris and I'll be happy to answer all the questions you guys have. Let's get started.   How's it going Chris? Thank you for this opportunity. I am a musical artist from Atlanta, Georgia. Named Lil T3rry and my question is, how can a musical artist transition into acting?   - Great question! So we see a lot of musical artists transition into acting. In the case of Tim McGraw or Justin Timberlake, you see Eminem and 50cent, they all made that crossover. The cool thing is, if you're an artist you might already have a platform, you may have a following. Play off of that following, start dropping some hints on social media, that you're stepping into acting. Start building the awareness that you're making that crossover. That'll help you when you start making that transition. But you've got great stage performance, you're familiar with being in front of people, which is a great start. Please do take some acting training, you're gonna need that, because if you're gonna take your acting career seriously, even though you have the experience of being in front of people, you wanna make sure you get professional training.    [Pamela S] What can I do to improve my chances of becoming a production assistant?   So a couple of ways you can improve your chances of becoming a PA. Obviously you want a network, but if you are in say Atlanta, Atlanta has a lot of these programs where, you can do like a PA bootcamp. Which will prepare you for what you need to know, when you're getting called on to become a PA. It's also a great way to network as well. So look for some PA bootcamps, to kinda get you started. But also, not only for the knowledge that they're gonna give you, because you'll prepare you for working on set, but also you'll be able to network with other people in the class. And let's say one of your other class members, gets promoted and gets pulled onto a set and you've built a relationship with them, they might be able to refer you to the next project that they work on. So, networking is huge, but definitely check out some of the PA bootcamps that they might have out there. Quick search online will tell you what's available.  [Scott D] How long can it take to become an executive producer?   So how long does it take to become and executive producer? Well, in this industry, you can call yourself an executive producer. I mean if you're creating your own project and you're putting the whole thing together, you can call yourself an executive producer. However, there are certain things that, when you're working professionally, that would define you as an executive producer. One, if you're financing the film yourself, you deserve the right to call yourself an EP, or an executive producer. 
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July 12, 2019
#PitchChris Episode: 031 Casting Advice, Getting Rights to Your Script, Info for Producers
 #PitchChris Episode: 031    🎬What do you need to know before you head into a casting office?    🤔How do you get the rights to your first script?   👍What is the #1 thing a producer needs to know?    CLICK SUBSCRIBE 👉➡️👉➡️👉➡️👉➡️   YouTube - Chris DeBlasio=  http://bit.ly/2ZiBH3c  Facebook - Chris DeBlasio= : http://bit.ly/2Zi0fJH  Instagram- Chris DeBlasio= : http://bit.ly/2Zirnsg  IMDb- Chris DeBlasio= : https://imdb.to/2ZnBUm5  Twitter @Chris_DeBlasio = : http://bit.ly/2ZcDdUw  Website- ChrisDeBlasio.com = : http://bit.ly/2Zepz3m  LinkedIn- Chris DeBlasio = : http://bit.ly/2ZcxCh4  #ChrisDeBlasio #Agency850 #CelebrityCEO   Today on the new, and improved, PitchChris, we're gonna be talking about, what are some of the things you need to know before you step foot in that casting office? Did you write your first script? How do you obtain all the rights to it? And, if you're producing, what is the number one thing you need to know? All that, and more, on PitchChris. Hi, and welcome to episode 31 of PitchChris. Where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business, and I'm gonna answer 'em for you. To ask me a question, find me on social media. @ChrisDeblasio #PitchChris And, I'll be happy to answer all the questions you guys have. Let's get started.   How do I best prepare for an audition?   Being prepared for an audition is extremely important. Especially if you're going out for that big role. So, the couple of things that you wanna know, first, aesthetically, when you're going into an audition, don't wear clothes with like, heavy patterns, or crazy designs, or anything. A lot of times they are gonna be recording your auditions. So, don't do anything that's gonna take away from your performance.  
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June 28, 2019
Chris DeBlasio visits Atlanta Film Chat
Recently... Chris DeBlasio met with Chuck Thomas, host of Atlanta Film Chat to speak about what Agency 850 does, the Georgia film business and more.  Take a listen. 
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May 24, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 30! Breaking into the entertainment business, Making a short film and Filming in a public place!
 #PitchChris Episode 030! Breaking into the entertainment business, Making a short film and Filming in a public place!    www.ChrisDeBlasio.com  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi...  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas...  IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio  Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl...  Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com  #PitchChris #Agency850 #ChrisDeBlasio #CelebrityCEO   - On this episode of #PitchChris, what do you need to know to break into the entertainment business? What are the advantages and disadvantages of making a short film and what are the rules when you're shooting a film in a public place? Hi and welcome to episode 30 of #PitchChris where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I answer 'em for you. To ask me a question, find me on social media @ChrisDeBlasio #PitchChris and I'll be happy to answer all the questions you guys have. This first question comes from MeMe. Let's see what MeMe's gotta say.  - What's up Chris? My name is MeMe, I'm from Orlando, Florida, and my question is, what do you need to know before you step into this business? 
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May 16, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 29! Networking on Social Media, Your Day Job & Theater and Film Acting
#PitchChris Episode 029: Networking on Social Media, Your Day Job & Film Career and How do you go from a Theater Actor to a Film Actor?  www.ChrisDeBlasio.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas... IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl... Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com  #PitchChris #Agency850 #ChrisDeBlasio #CelebrityCEO #TheaterActing #FilmActing #Film #Movies On this episode of #PitchChris we're gonna be talking about how do you network on social media? How do you run your day job and side hustle? And how do you convert theater acting to film acting? Hi and welcome to episode 29 of #PitchChris where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I answer them for you. To ask me a question find me on social media at Chris DeBlasio #PitchChris  they'll be happy to answer all the questions you guys have.  Let's get started.  This first question comes from Michael. Let's see what Michaels got. -Hey Chris, Michael DeMaria here from Gulf Breeze Florida on the Emerald Coast. I am a filmmaker and actor here just back from LA and I'm looking to connect with others, possibly to do a web series. And finding other like-minded to cast and crew that might be interested in doing something like a web series. So, I know about Mandy.com Actors Access but I'm interested in other options if you know of any. Thanks so much, have a great day. Hey Michael, so Gulf Breeze Florida is not far from my old stomping ground, Panama City Beach in Destin 30A area. Really do miss those sunsets! So yes you do have Actors Access you have Mandy.com but there's another thing that you can use is social media. If you go on social media you could actually go directly to a director, look at their work and see if it's somebody that you want to work with. See if they might want to collaborate with you on your web series. That would be a great way that you can actually start networking with a director or somebody in the business and leveraging social media. Because if you leverage social media you'll be able to start accessing talent that you may not  be able to find a project or something that fits on say Mandy or say Actors Access. You're able to find somebody directly and build a relationship. And what I say all the time
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May 9, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 28! Casting Directors, Product Placement and Booking that 1st Gig
 #PitchChris Episode 28    Why do casting directors pick one person over another?   What sized companies would work for product placement in your movies?   How do you book that first acting gig?      www.ChrisDeBlasio.com   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi...  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas...  IMDb: Https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio  Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl...  Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com  #Agency850 #ChrisDeBlasio #CelebrityCEO #Gigs #Acting #Casting #Directors   On this episode of #PitchChris why is it a casting director chooses one actor over another. If you're a filmmaker and you're looking to get product placement in your movie what size company should you go to. And are you an actor trying to book that first gig find out how. Hi and welcome to episode 28 of #PitchChris where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I'm gonna answer them for you.   To ask me a question find me on social media at Chris DeBlasio #PitchChris 
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April 18, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 27! Going from Drama to Comedy, Networking & Preparing to Pitch Your Script
 #PitchChris Episode 27!   Is it easier to go from drama to comedy or comedy to drama?   Where do you network in Atlanta if you are in the entertainment business?    What do you do to prepare to pitch your script?       www.ChrisDeBlasio.com    #ChrisDeBlasio #Agency850 #CelebrityCEO   On this episode of #PitchChris... is it easier for a dramatic actor to move to comedy or the other way around? Where is the best place to network in the entertainment business in Atlanta? And if you are a writer and you get your one shot to pitch your script how do you best prepare? Hi and welcome to episode 27 of #PitchChris where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I'm gonna answer them. To ask me a question find me on social media @ChrisDeBlasio #PitchChris and I'll be happy to answer all the questions you guys have.   This first question comes from #BigAndrewKay. Let's see what he's got. Hey quick question for #PitchChris this is big Andrew K my thoughts from the bench. My thought today is as a young aspiring comedian you think it's easier to take a dramatic actor and teach him comedy or take a comedic actor or comedian and teach them how to do drama? Here's my answer, one man's opinion, if you're a talented actor you can accomplish pretty much anything. But for a majority of some of the actors out there I would say that it depends on a couple of things. One of the biggest things is public perception. If you look at an actor that has been taking serious roles for a really long time, it may be a little bit more challenging to break into comedy. Whereas if you have a comedic actor say like an Adam Sandler or a Jim Carrey we've actually seen this done before where they've actually worked in comedy for a long time and made that transition into more of the dramatic roles. So one man's opinion.. but I would say you know moving from comedy to dramatic probably probably an easier transition. 
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April 11, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 26! Getting your SAG Card, How to get Feature Work & Landing Advertisers Money
 #PitchChris Episode 026!  How do you get your SAG Card?  How to get Feature Work.  How do you get an Advertisers Money to help with your distribution costs?    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi...  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas...  IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio  Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl...  Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com  #PitchChris #ChrisDeBlasio #CelebrityCEO #SAG #Movies   On this episode of #PitchChris... if you're an actor how do you get your SAG card? If you're a director how do you do more feature film work? And if you're a filmmaker, how do you get an advertiser to fund your distribution costs? Hi and welcome to episode 26 of #PitchChris where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I'm gonna answer them for you. To ask me a question, find me on social media @ChrisDeBlasio #PitchChris and I'll be happy to answer all the questions you guys have. This first question comes from Billy from Jersey. Let's see what Billy's got... 
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April 4, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 25! Getting Sponsors, Latin Productions in ATL and Networking with your Brand
 #PitchChris Episode 25 - Getting Sponsors, Latin Productions in ATL and Networking with your Brand     YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi...  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas... IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio  Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl...  Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com  #ChrisDeBlasio #CelebrityCEO #Agency850 #Networking #LatinMovies #Sponsors #Money #Atlanta   On this episode of #PitchChris how do you get a sponsor to sign on that dotted line? There are Latin productions moving to Atlanta how do you break in? And how does your personal brand help you network? Hi and welcome to episode 25 of #PitchChris new milestone, where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I answer them for you. To ask me a question find me on social media @ChrisDeBlasio #PitchChris and I'll be happy to answer all the questions you guys have. Let's get started.
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April 1, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 24! Are you a producer and need representation? What's more important, being creative or the bottom line? Graduating soon.. how do you network?
  Are you a producer and need representation? What's more important, being creative or the bottom line? Graduating soon.. how do you network?    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi...  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas...   IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio   Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl...  On this episode of #PitchChris. If you're a producer how do you land an agent? If you are a sound design student how do you break in the entertainment business? And if you're producing a movie, what's more important to the investor your creativity or the bottom line? Hi and welcome to episode 24 of #PitchChris where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I'm gonna answer them for you. To ask me a question find me on social media @ChrisDeBlasio #PitchChris and I'll be happy to answer all the questions you guys have. This first question comes from Tsadiqwah let's see what Tsadiqwah has to say. Hi Chris my name is Tsadiqwah and I am a daytime talk-show TV producer also a reality TV producer and my question is this. Because there aren't any unions for talkshow producers and for reality TV producers unlike the PGA that represents film and movie producers... how can I get the attention of an agent or a manager or even or someone who represents me someone who can submit me as a talk show reality producer to those type of jobs? That's my question. Yes you are correct. So the PGA does not represent say TV hosts or producers like yourself. But if you're trying to capture the attention of some representation to get you more work... what you're gonna want to do is you're gonna want to keep building your reel. So it sounds like you've already started doing your own things. One of the biggest things that say a manager or an agent is gonna look for is that you actually have an eye for a good content which means that you can s spot something and just know that it's gonna be prime. 
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March 18, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 23! Getting Rights to a Remake - A Successful Resume - How to not get Typecast
#PitchChris Episode 23!  Topics:  -How do you get rights to a remake?  -As a film student, how do you successfully build your resume?  -If you're a comedic actor, how do you not get typecast?  www.ChrisDeBlasio.com  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi...  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas...  IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio  Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl...  Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com  #ChrisDeBlasio #Agency850 #CelebrityCEO #Atlanta #Film #Remakes #Resume #Typecast  On this episode of #PitchChris, Want to make a movie? How do you get the rights to a remake? If you're in film school, how do you successfully build your resume and if you're a comedic actor, how do you not get typecast and make the transition to the dramatic side? Hi and Welcome to episode 23 of #PitchChris. Where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I answer them for you. To ask me a question find me on social media @ChrisDeBlasio #PitchChris and I'll be more than happy to answer all the questions you guys have. This first question is really good. It comes from Don, let's see what Don's got to say. Chris, my name is Don McCullough. I'm with an organization called Earth Quest. My question to you is this, in 1975 a movie called Their Only Chance was made. The star of the movie is Steve Hoddy, who is also the founder of Earth Quest. We would like to retain the rights to that movie to do a remake. How can we do this? Thank you Hey Don, so when your obtaining rights what you're going to need to do is you're going to want to find an entertainment attorney that specializes in intellectual property. There is a lot of things that go on in a deal like this where there's character rights and story rights.
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March 5, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 22! Small Town w/ Few Options - Composer Music Exposure - Moving Up as a PA
 #PitchChris Episode 22! Small Town w/ Few Options - Composer Music Exposure - Moving Up as a PA  Topics:  -Live in a small town with few options in the industry?  -As a Composer, how do you get a Producer to listen to your music?  -How do you move up as a Production Assistant?    www.ChrisDeBlasio.com    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi...   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas...   IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio   Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl...   Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com  #ChrisDeBlasio #Agency850 #CelebrityCEO #PitchChris #Atlanta #Film #Composer #Music #ProductionAssistant   On this episode of #PitchChris, Live in a small town and only a few options, what do you do? If you're a composer, how do you get producers to listen to your music? and moving up in the ranks, working hard as a PA, how do you do it? Hi and welcome to Episode 22 of #PitchChris, where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I answer them for
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February 25, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 21! Moving to Atlanta - Switching Agents - Increase Pay as a Background Actor
 #PitchChris Episode 21! Moving to Atlanta - Switching Agents - Increase Pay as a Background Actor  Topics:  -Why move to Atlanta instead of New York or LA?  -What is the protocol for switching agents?  -Long hours as a background actor and want to get paid more?    www.ChrisDeBlasio.com    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi...   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas...   IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio   Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl...   Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com  #ChrisDeBlasio #Agency850 #CelebrityCEO #PitchChris #Atlanta #talentagent #backgroundactor #extra   On this episode of #PitchChris. Why move to Atlanta rather than New York or LA, What is the protocol for switching agents and Long hours as a background actor want to get paid more? Find out how Hi and welcome to episode 21 of #PitchChris where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I'm going to answer for you to ask me a question find me on social media @ChrisDeBlasio
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February 25, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 20! Building a Fanbase - Headshots for Different Roles - Hiring a Talent Manager
 #PitchChris Episode 20!   Topics:  -Why is it so important for an actor/actress to build a fanbase?  -Should you have different headshots for different roles?  -At what point in your career should you bring on a Talent Manager?    www.ChrisDeBlasio.com    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi...   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas...   IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio   Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl...   Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com  #ChrisDeBlasio #Agency850 #CelebrityCEO #Fanbase #Headshots #TalentManagers   On this episode of #PitchChris, Why is it so important for an actor or actress to build his or her fanbase, Should you have different headshots for different roles and At what point in your career should you bring on a talent manager? Hi and Welcome to episode 20 of #PitchChris where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I'm going to answer them for you. To ask me a question, find me on social media @Chris DeBlasio #PitchChris and  I'll be happy to answer all the questions you guys have. This first question comes from Keith. Let's see what Keith has got to say. Hey Chris, Keith Kraft here. We're on set here with my production that's going to be Blues
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February 12, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 19! Table reads on resumes? Getting out of the background. Need a talent agent?
 #PitchChris Episode 19 is here!!  Topics:   Should you put table reads on your resume?  Want to go from background actor to Speaking actor? Need a talent agent but don't have any credits?     www.ChrisDeBlasio.com   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi...  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas...  IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio  Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl...  Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com  #ChrisDeBlasio #Agency850 #CelebrityCEO #TalentAgents #BackgroundActors #TableReads   On this episode of #PitchChris, If you are an actor should you put a Table Read on your resume, how do you go from background actor to getting some speaking lines and you got the training but no credits, can you land a talent agent?Hi and Welcome to episode 19 of #PitchChris where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I'm going to answer them for you. To ask me a question find me on social media at Chris DeBlasio and I'll be happy to answer all the questions you guys have. This first question comes from Velvet. Let's see what he's got to say. Greetings Chris, my name is Velvet Hall. I am an actor from Milledgeville, Georgia and here is my question. This year at Atlanta Peachtree Village International Film Festival, I participated in four table reads over the course two days. My question t
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February 1, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 18!! Audition Preparation - Making Idea into Reality - Important Film Festivals
 #PitchChris Episode 18!! Audition Preparation - Making Idea into Reality - Important Film Festivals  www.ChrisDeBlasio.com   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi...  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas...  IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio  Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl...  Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com  #ChrisDeBlasio #PitchChris #Agency850 #CelebrityCEO #FilmFestivals #Auditions   On this episode of #PitchChris, First time on an audition, what do you need to have with you to be prepared, got an idea, who are the people you need to hire around you to make sure that your idea happens and we all know about the Atlanta film festival, but what are the other film festivals you need to know about. Hi and welcome to episode 18 of #PitchChris, where you guys give me questions about the entertainment business and I'm going to answer them for you. To ask me a question, find me on social media @ChrisDeBlasio #PitchChris and I'll be happy to answer all the questions that you guys have. Let's get rolling. Alright, so Chris this is my 8th day in Atlanta and I just did a casting call for the first time and I learned that I should bring my resume. So what other little things, how can I get involved as quickly as efficiently as possible early on. First off, welcome to the ATL.
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January 25, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 17! Breaking Into the Biz - Money Talks, Can You Speak the Language - Headshots
 #PitchChris Episode 17!!!  Breaking Into the Biz - Money Talks - Headshots   On this episode of #PitchChris we're gonna find out how do you break into the entertainment business in Atlanta, Money talks, how do you speak the language and what do casting directors look for when it comes to headshots Hi and welcome to episode 17 of #PitchChris where you guys give me questions about the entertainment business and I answer them for you. To ask me a question find me on social media at Chris DeBlasio #PitchChris and I'll be happy to answer all the questions you guys have. This first question comes from David. Let's see what he's got to say. Hey Chris, I got a quick question for you as a student about to graduate from film school, what is the best way to break into the Atlanta film industry. Hey David, Bravo to you for graduating film school that's a very good task to add to your resume but the biggest piece and learning all of that head knowledge about film school is great but here's the key. Knowing who's around you all those people that are in your classroom all your classmates that key is networking with them so I hope that you connected with them on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram whatever it is you want to build that network because I'll tell you some of those people in your class are going to be the next big directors, producers whatever that job may be and the fact that you're connected to them you have that relationship is going to help get you work. The second thing as soon as you get out of film school and you move to Georgia you want to establish Georgia residency because we're only going to be     www.ChrisDeBlasio.com  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas...  IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio  Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl...  Onset Atlanta:
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January 21, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 16! Small Market Resumes - New to the Business? - Funding Documentaries
 #PitchChris Episode 16 is here!    How do you build your resume in a small market?   How do you break into the Entertainment Business when you are new to the game?    How do you get funding for Documentaries?     On this episode of PitchChris I am going to talk to you about How to build your resume in a small market The Real way to break into the entertainment business and... And how do you fund your next documentary? Hi and welcome to episode 16 of PitchChris where you guys ask me questions about  the entertainment business and I answer them. To ask me a question and simply find me on social media @ChrisDeBlasio #PitchChris and I will be sure to answer the questions you guys have. This first question comes from Dwayne. Let's see what Dwayne got. Hi, My name is Dwayne Prince Shah from Kentucky and I want to be an actor. So, my question is.. when you started out in the industry.. were there any directors, producers or actors who helped you out.. Are there any actors producers or directors right now who are willing to help new comers with their projects.. and if so.. how to approach them. How can you go about it? That would be my question. Thank you. Hey Dwayne Thanks for you question. Yes.. I did have a bunch of mentors when I was first starting out. What I did was... I made sure I would network with a lot of people in the industry and became friends with directors and producers.... and casting directors.. my agent connected me with certain people. So networking is the key. and the cool thing is.. I have seen that you actually sent your question in from Kentucky.. Kentucky is a smaller market then let's say.. Atlanta, New York or LA. So you actually have a great opportunity to be a big fish in a small pond... so what I would recommend is go on social media.... Find meet up groups... find network events, specifically in the entertainment business... in Kentucky and network with those people, build a relationship, build a rapport because they are going to connect you... to jobs and paying gigs. And here is the cool thing...   www.ChrisDeBlasio.com    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi...  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas...  IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio  Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com  LinkedIn:
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January 10, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 15! #PitchChris - Script Advice? Funding Your Project? Getting Resume Credits
 EPISODE 15 #PitchChris - Are you getting conflicting script advice? A new way to fund your project. How important are resume credits for a new actor?    www.ChrisDeBlasio.com   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi...  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas...  IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio  Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl...  Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com  #ChrisDeBlasio #Agency850 #Credits #Funding #ScriptAdvice 
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January 5, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 14! - New In Town? Entertainment Jobs? Show Your Talent to A Casting Director
 Episode #14 of #PitchChris is here!   Do you need answers to:  Are you new in town and need to get on that first production.. what do you do?  Are entertainment jobs ONLY on set?  How do you showcase your talent to a casting director?     Find out on #PitchChris Episode 14.  On this episode of #PitchChris new in town how do you get on that first production? Are the only jobs in the entertainment business on set? And if you're an actor what is the best way to showcase your talent to a casting director?  Hi and welcome to episode 14 of #PitchChris where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I'm gonna answer them for you to ask me a question find me on social media at Chris DeBlasio #PitchChris and I'll be happy to answer all the questions you have this first question comes from Taylor let's see what she's got to say.  I have a question for Chris as a writer producer and someone who also likes working on the set how do you think what's the best way to get in to get on a set in a new city like I just moved to Atlanta and like literally eight days ago and I would like to get on more sets and network with other people for you know writing and you know set work so how would I go about that?  Hey Taylor first off welcome to Atlanta. So yes it's very important to get on a set and start networking so in order to do that you want to do a couple of things number one why not offer some of your services for free? If you don't have any contacts find some of the productions that are happening out here in Atlanta and see you mentioned that you're a writer maybe you could do some script coverage for a producer or helping out on the side just to get in. Also if you've never PA'd before doing PA work is great because if you're a producer in the industry it allows you to see what everybody does and the job functions which is gonna be very important when you're producing a project and of course while you're on set you're building relationships, you're making contacts, so when the opportunity arises for you either to write or produce you're gonna have those contacts to get started.  Hi my name is Joseph Hudon I've lived in Atlanta for about a year. I currently work at a prop shop called Studio Service Group. We to rent and build props for various productions and events in Atlanta. I think one of the most important questions I had when I came up to Atlanta was how do I get a job in the industry?   www.ChrisDeBlasio.com   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi...  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas...  IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/  Twitter:
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January 4, 2019
#PitchChris Episode: 13 - Agents & Talent Managers - Becoming a Screenwriter - Finding Gigs Online
 EPISODE 13 of #PitchChris:   What is the difference between an agent and a talent manager?  If you are a journalist... how do you become a screenwriter?  Where do you find entertainment gigs online?   On this episode of #PitchChris we are going to be talking about What is the difference between a Agent and a Talent Manager?   And.. if you are a journalist... how do you become a screen writer?   And.. where is the best place to find entertainment gigs online?     Hi and welcome to episode 13 of #PitchChris, where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I am going to answer them for you.   To ask me a question... Find me on social media @ChrisDeBlasio #PitchChris and I will be happy to answer all of the questions you guys might have  Let's get rolling on this first question...   My question would be at what time should I consider getting an agent or manager and what should their roles actually?   to the actor.. because I feel like some people are very confused about what an agent and a manager actually do  for an actor.. so I would like that clarification.    Hey Annel, so you have a two part question... so one of them is...   When are you ready to go get an agent?   and the other question is... what is the difference between an agent and a manager?    So.. one of the biggest things as an actor just starting out is you have got to build up your credits... so there are plenty of places that you can go to find acting roles...   and postings... whether it be student films or what ever it may be..   just start building up your resume..   and once you get to a certain point that you feel you are ready to now have representation..   that's the time you apply... but there is a couple of things you are going to want and need to know...  and this is answering your second question that is.. What is the difference between an agent and a manager?    There are some really big differences... one of them.. Your agent represents you.. they are a hunter. they are hunting for all of the jobs and roles that are out there.. that you are a right fit for..  they are doing negotiations with the casting directors... and they are trying to get you working right...   they are actually doing all that work for you.  As your manager is almost like a farmer..  they have your best interest in your career.  of scheduling.. of connecting you with the right photographers.. connecting you with PR.   publicists... connecting you with acting coaches... if you need it for certain things..   They are managing your schedule.. your day to day.   generally you are going to want to get a manager AFTER you get an agent.   so go get your agent first.. managers are for when you get extremely busy and you need someone to kind of manage your schedule...  another thing too.. is a really big difference between an agent and a manager is agents are usually licensed with SAG.   and that is very important.. you are going to want to find an agent that is licensed with the SAG Office  as opposed so some body that is unlicensed because it is pretty important as you want to make sure you are getting the right type of gigs.    As a manager can be anybody... anybody can pick up clients and call themselves a manager..   so there is no really licensing that a manager is going to have to get. to claim to be a ma
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January 4, 2019
#PitchChris Episode 12! Networking in Atlanta, Technical & Creative Producers & Your Acting Resume
#PitchChris Episode 12!  How to network in Atlanta, Technical & Creative Producers and Your Acting Resume  I send my headshots to casting directors all the time, should I start sending them directly to producers?So, it looks like you are already sending your headshots to casting directors and it sounds like it is unsolicited which I would advise against...I think unless you are submitting specifically to a project...you should only submit to when those projects or role for you is becoming available..but sending it directly to a producerunless you personally know that producer..or have a relationship with them where you can just.. "Hey I heard you are doing this project... here you go.. here is my resume."I wouldn't blind send your resume to a producer or email your resume to a producer... because there is a process for a reason...producers hire casting directors... to narrow down the talent pool...so we don't get bombarded with every single actor out there... specifically for a roll.we hire these casting directors to sort through thousands and thousands of submissions...that are brought for this one roll...to then weed it down to that handful of people that are...right for that roll...if you start sending your headshots directly to a producer and there is no project for you.. it could get quite annoying...so.. i say stick to the process... we as producers.. we hire casting directors for that reason...is to go through all of those resume submissions so.. I would send them directly to the casting directors.. . when that role is right for you.  www.ChrisDeBlasio.com  Follow Chris DeBlasio Online Here: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas... IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl... Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com #ChrisDeBlasio #Agency850 #Atlanta #Networking #Producer #Resumes
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December 26, 2018
#PitchChris Episode 11! Living in Atlanta - Advice for First Time Film Makers - Producers & EP's
Actors Living in Atlanta - Advice for First Time Film Makers - Producers and Executive Producers On this episode of Pitch Chris I'm going to talk you guys about If you are an actor, where is the best place to live inside Atlanta? if you are a first time filmmaker and you have no money and no contacts Where do you go? and what in the world is the difference between a producer and an executive producer? Hi everyone, welcome to episode 11 of Pitch Chris where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I'm going to answer them for you to ask me a question, find me on social media @ChrisDeBlasio #PitchChris and I'd be happy to answer the questions that you have. The first question comes from Ben let's see what Ben has to say! Follow Chris DeBlasio Online Here: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblasio IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdeblasio Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com www.ChrisDeBlasio.com #PitchChris #ChrisDeBlasio #Atlanta #FilmMakers #Producers #ExecutiveProducers
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December 6, 2018
#PitchChris Episode 10! Cameras for Documentaries? Production Insurance? Starting A production
EPISODE #10 of PitchChris! What is the best camera for Documentaries? What is the deal with Production Insurance and Funding? And.... How does a movie get made from Start to Finish? #PitchChris #ChrisDeBlasio #GAFilmBusiness #MakingMovies Follow Chris DeBlasio Online Here: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblasio IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdeblasio Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com
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November 29, 2018
#PitchChris Episode 9. Communication on Set - Product Placement and Funding - Pay to Play?
#PitchChris Episode 9. Communication on Set - Product Placement and Funding - Pay to Play? #ChrisDeBlasio #PitchChris #ProductPlacement #Funding #PayToPlay #GAFilmBusiness On this episode of Pitch Chris We are going to be talking about communication on set fund-raising and product placement and are you supposed to be paying talent agent your hard earned money? Hey welcome to episode 9 of Pitch Chris where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I'm going to answer them for you. If you'd like to ask me a question find me on social media @ChrisDeBlasio #PitchChris and I'd be happy to answer all of your questions. Follow Chris DeBlasio Online Here: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas... IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl... Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com
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November 22, 2018
#PitchChris Episode 8! Your Novel on Screen - How to Get Product Placement - Need a Literary Agent?
#PitchChris Episode 8! On this episode of Pitch Chris I'm going to talk to you about if you just wrote a novel what do you do next to make it a TV show? What is the best way to get product placement in your film or television show? and do you really need a literary agent or can you do it on your own? Welcome to Episode 8 of Pitch Chris where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment businessand I'm going to answer them for you. To ask me a question simply find me on social media #PitchChris and I'll be sure to answer all the question that you guys send meif you are watching this on a post, post your questions below and I'll make sure you guys get on the show! Follow Chris DeBlasio Online Here: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblasio IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdeblasio Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com
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November 15, 2018
#PitchChris Episode 7! Entering a Casting Room - You've Wrote a Script, Now What - Acting Class?
On this episode of Pitch Chris I'm going to talk you about: the best way of entering a casting room. You wrote a script Now, what do you do? If you're an actor what's the most important thing Acting class or booking the job? Follow Chris DeBlasio Online Here: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasisio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblasio IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdeblasio Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com
04:49
November 9, 2018
#PitchChris Episode 6! Technology in the Entertainment Business - Getting Your Script to a Producer
On this episode of #PitchChris, I’m going to be talking about, how is technology changing the entertainment business? How are you able to get your script in front of a producer when there are millions of writers out there? And how do we go about getting product placement and fundraising for your project? “With all the advancements in technology and people are now making content with their cellphones, do you think that this is going to hurt the industry?” “I heard your video about product placement. How do you go about working that into movies or TV shows?” “How do I get a producer interested in my work? There are a million writers out there.” Follow Chris DeBlasio Online Here: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasi... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblas... IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdebl... Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com
05:53
November 9, 2018
#PitchChris Episode 5! How to Raise that First $, You've got Headshots now what & getting A-lister's
On this episode of #Pitch Chris, you’re going to find out how to raise that first dollar for your production. Should you send your headshots directly to a producer? And how do you attract A-list talent? Hey, and welcome to Episode 5 of #Pitch Chris, where you guys are asking me questions about the entertainment business and I’m going to answer them. To ask me a question, simply go to my social media, @ChrisDeBlasio, #PitchChris, and I’ll be more than happy to answer all the questions you have. This first question comes from Billy. Billy, let’s see what you have to say. “As a producer just starting out, what is the best way to raise money?”If you’re just starting out and you don’t have a name for yourself, chances are slim (unless you have some personal contacts) to get A-list talent in your film. You’re going to have to start grassroots. You’re going to have to go to friends, go to family members, go to people that know you the best and see if you can start raising money that way. Another thing that I think a lot of people, they just want to jump right to A-list celebrities to bring a name to their project. You don’t necessarily have to do that. What you can do is you can find social media influencers that have a following and get them involved in your project. You don’t necessarily have to go right after the A-list talent all the time. But I think if you start off with the people that you know first, your friends, your family, and then maybe source some social media influencers to then start building your project, I think that’s the best way to start raising that first dollar. Product placement obviously is another thing I’ve talked about before. Going to advertisers, telling businesses that you’re doing a film, you need places to shoot. Instead of just going a straight barter, see if you can try to get some money for advertising from them. A great question. I think that should help you a little bit on how to start getting some of those funds raised. “I’m just starting out in production. What’s the best way to attract A-list talent in your movie?”That’s a good question. Very similar to the question that I just answered. If you don’t have a name for yourself, it’s going to be a little bit challenging for you to attract A-list talent to your film if you don’t have any credits, you haven’t done anything in the past. Working with agents and stuff, they’re going to be looking at those types of things. You’re going to want to start projects – and I mentioned this before – with social media influencers. A lot of people forget about the social media influencers, the people that have millions of followers on Instagram and YouTube and Facebook. You don’t necessarily have to go right after the A-list talent. Why don’t you find roles in your project that may be good for somebody? Not only that, but on the financing aspect of it – a lot of these influencers have sponsors. They already have a relationship with a lot of these sponsors. So why not go about it that way? YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblasio IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdeblasio Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com
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October 26, 2018
#PitchChris Episode 4! Get Feedback, Marketing your script and Contacting a Production House!
On this episode of #Pitch Chris: where do you go for feedback? How should you market your script on your social media or blog? And what do you do when you call a production house and you get a voicemail – or the dreaded secretary? Welcome to Episode 4 of #Pitch Chris, where you guys ask me questions about the entertainment business and I answer them. To ask me a question, send me a question on social media @ChrisDeBlasio, #PitchChris, and I’ll be more than happy to answer all those questions. Let’s take that first question. “I have an original script that I know is awesome! Who do I go to for feedback?”I’m happy that you think your original script is awesome. You should be proud of your work. The first thing that I would want you guys to do to go to feedback is go to your friends, go to your family, go to all your close contacts. Start there before you actually take it to a producer. What you also want to do is, if you’re part of any networking groups or any writing networking groups, talk about it with other friends or writers that are in the business and get as much feedback as you can. Because once you get that feedback, now you can start refining it and refining it to make it that perfect, perfect script before you actually present it to a producer. But I would definitely say start out with people that you know first and then go from there. “Should I market my scripts on social media or on my blog to get seen by the right people?”That’s a good question. I would not put all your stuff out there. Obviously you’ve got some copyright issues going on. You don’t want to just dump all your stuff out there for anybody in the world to access. You want to lock it down. One of the biggest things that you really would want to do is register it with the WGA, which is the Writers Guild. Once you’ve registered with the WGA, now it’s protected. But I wouldn’t put it out there for the entire world to see. Much like the previous question before, start with friends, start with family to get some feedback on your script. But most importantly, your pitch. You guys have to – have to – perfect your pitch. That is what sells the story. That’s what gets a producer’s attention. You don’t want to just drop your script off. You have to be ready, at 60 seconds or less, to fire off your pitch. I would practice that with friends and family first to make sure you’re absolutely ready before you get in the room with a producer. Good question. Let’s take the next one. “I saw your video about not emailing a long pitch, but when I call local producers, I get either their secretary or the voicemail. How do I get through so I can pitch my story?”Hey, don’t give up. The biggest thing is that you’re making the attempt, which is great. You want to continue to make that attempt, continue to call. Let them know who you are. Eventually you’ll get through. Eventually you’ll get that meeting. But I would say try to build relationships with people in the industry. Follow Chris DeBlasio Online Here: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblasio IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdeblasio Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com
04:57
October 24, 2018
#PitchChris | Episode 3 | Chris DeBlasio
Today on #Pitch Chris, we’re going to find out: how long does it take to get your screenplay to turn into a movie? How can you get your script seen if you are an unknown writer? And can you break the rules in this industry? Follow Chris DeBlasio Online Here: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasioFan/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblasiofan/ IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdeblasio/ Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com
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September 21, 2018
#PitchChris | Episode 2 | Chris DeBlasio
Today on #Pitch Chris, we’re going to be talking about how to market your movie. What is the best way to gauge your success? And how do you make your script most attractive for a producer? Follow Chris DeBlasio Online Here: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasioFan/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblasiofan/ IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdeblasio/ Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com
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September 21, 2018
#PitchChris | Episode 1
On this episode of #PitchChris, we’re going to be talking about what do you do when a producer says “no,” how do you support your career with a “jobby” job, and how do you find out if somebody’s shady in this business? Follow Chris DeBlasio Online Here: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisdeblasio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDeBlasioFan/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdeblasiofan/ IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2134621/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_DeBlasio Website: https://www.ChrisDeBlasio.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdeblasio/ Onset Atlanta: https://www.onsetatl.com
04:21
September 21, 2018
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