Chris Pagnozzi has held the position of The Second City’s Audio/Visual Archivist since 2007. A Second City Conservatory Program graduate himself, Chris majored in Television Production with a concentration in writing at Columbia College. Chris also started working as the Second City Network Manager in 2012. He has produced several series of his own including The Pathetic, Greetings From Prison, Touch N’ Dix, and No Jacket Required.
In 2016 he started a small production company with the focus on Horror shorts. You can find more information by following here: https://twitter.com/MonstersSee
Greetings! From Prison
Television (Comedy) Writer Greetings! From Prison examines the personal relationships, scenarios, and authentic conversations that develop in a prison visitation room all with a comedic sensibility. Inspired by the gravity that prison life infuses, along with the juxtaposition of freedom and confinement, the characters experiment a whirlwind of emotions through their memorable visit with one other. Written by R. Wilhem
Call Me Crazy
Film (Short, Comedy, Horror and Romance) Actor Michelle is just your average teenager, locked away in mental institution for being a murderous vampire. After killing her boyfriend and drinking his blood, she thought she'd never find love again. That was until she met Isaac, a handsome young cannibal. Can these crazy kids make love work inside the nuthouse? Written by Anonymous
Master of Inventions
Film (Comedy) Actor Jeff is the idea man for Blam Co's line of useless but enormously popular As-Seen-On-TV products, but he has a nagging feeling that his ingenuity is being compromised for a cash grab. Can he overcome soulless coworkers, awkward romantic entanglements, manic fans, and his own sense of self-importance to avoid going down in history as the world's worst inventor? Written by Joe Avella
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Touch 'n Dix
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Columbia College - Missouri
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