Joe is a director who makes short and full length feature films. Having worked in TV and music previously, Joe’s first love is film & photography. As a director of music and film Joe started his career working for commercial and industrial clients such as the New York Jets, Bloomingdales and IBM. Joe’s photography has been featured in many publications throughout the world including The NY Post. Joe has just completed directing the full length feature 3 Doors From Paradise and he looks forward to concentrating his efforts and talent on more feature film work.
"You capture the emotion and intensity perfectly"
New York Fight Exchange
"A master of setting imagery."
C.Herman, Olsten Corp.
"One of the most tasteful and innovative directors around"
John Culkin, Citirock TV
Quotes About Us
Tin Mirror Productions is a film production company, founded in 2016 by two seasoned production professionals, Joe LoBianco and Tom DiOrio. Their vision had a single goal in mind, to create experiences that are intensely compelling for audiences. It is the overall mission of each production to draw audiences into the story and to make them feel as if it is their own.
"We want to compel and engage our audience on an emotional level to create a sense of participation," explains Director, Joe LoBianco. "We accomplish this by creating perspectives in each scene that are so emotionally real, it instantly pulls them into the story."
Along with being a producer and owner of Tin Mirror, Tom is also the owner of a prosperous Dunn & Bradstreet listed, government contracted company. He has also owned a successful entertainment venue. His other talents include audio engineering and musical composition. Tom has electrical and mechanical engineering backgrounds.
Bernie is a highly successful marketing consultant. He is also a concert promoter and producer with productions at Lincoln Center and other large venues. His marketing clients include NASCAR and American Airlines. Bernie was the owner of a NY Jazz Club and currently books the Triad Theatre. He also does talent management and has been executive producer for TV.
What We're Excited About
The Film Critic Next Door
Each member of the organization should share in the company's success
Both sides of a business transaction should come away feeling that they have been treated fairly.
Pursuit of Excellence
Company-wide quest to develop a better product and to upgrade operational efficiency.
Active participation to improve the quality of life for society as a whole.
Constantly searching for emerging audience needs and designing best-in-class film productions to address those needs.
Concern for Employees' Welfare
Supply employees with the resources they need to enhance their careers as more than a just means of earning wages. This includes technology, human resources and funding
"The best fight pictures in the business"
"The epitome of a great film"
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