Chris Gibbin is an American filmmaker, producer, and entrepreneur. Along with his producing partner, Phedon Papamichael, he has produced several feature & short films that have premiered at film festivals around the world.
Gibbin’s first job in the film industy was as a production assistant for John Sayles’ 1985 film, “Matewan.” He quickly followed with 15 other film and television credits, most notably Nora Ephron’s “Sleepless in Seattle” and David Fincher’s “Fight Club,” where Gibbin was responsible for the look of many key sets.
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In 2003, Gibbin created and produced a line of fitness DVDs starring Carmen Electra. The series remained the number one selling fitness DVD for nine months straight, and was then sold to Paramount Pictures for further distribution.
In 2005, Gibbin produced and directed a 5-disc series of fitness DVD’s for Paula Abdul entitled “Cardio Cheer,” which we distributed through Walmart. The following year he produced “The Envy Girls,” released by Lionsgate.
In 1996, Gibbin founded DNA Studios, one of the first full service Interactive Agencies in Los Angeles. Notable campaigns included “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” as well as the reboot of the James Bond series, beginning with the launch of “Goldeneye.” DNA Studios was also the interactive agency of record for Anheuser-Busch including Budweiser, Bud Light, Michelob, and Micholob Ultra until it was sold in to InBev in 2008.
In 2007, Gibbin sold DNA to Whitmanhart becoming the l4th largest independent agency in the country.
In 2010, Gibbin founded Something Massive with Rebecca Coleman and John Moshay. Current clients include Regal Cinemas, the nation’s largest cinema chain, and Plum Organics, the nation’s leading organic children’s nutrition brand.