Luke Cheney

Luke Cheney

Interdependent Pictures

Director and editor in Los Angeles, California

About Luke

Luke tends to be a one man band when it comes to his projects but primarily he is as director and editor.

His collaborations have included Mark Burnett, Stephen King, and many singers from The Voice.

Name: Luke Cheney

Lives in: Los Angeles, California

Company: Interdependent Pictures

Occupation: Director and Editor


  • Anthony Evans: Mercy Tree

    Anthony Evans: Mercy Tree (2014)
    Video by Luke Cheney (Music and Short) Director

  • The Boyfriend: A Valentine's Day Comedy

    The Boyfriend: A Valentine's Day Comedy (2014)
    Film by Luke Cheney (Comedy and Short) Director/Editor Henry chooses Valentine's Day to win back the love of his life. Fate, however, would have it otherwise. After multiple obstacles, both physical and mental, Henry embraces why V-Day is his least favorite holiday.

  • Simpler Times

    Simpler Times (2014)
    Film by Luke Cheney (Drama and Short) Director/Editor A young writer has an unexpected reunion when he returns home to visit his father's grave.

  • MasterChef Junior

    MasterChef Junior (2013)
    Television by Howard T. Owens (Documentary, Reality-TV and Game-Show) Casting Editor 24 of the best junior home cooks in the country between the ages of eight and 13 will compete in the first audition round and present their dishes to the judges.

  • Food Fighters

    Food Fighters (2013)
    Television (Reality-TV) Casting Editor In this hybrid of reality cooking show and game show, home-based amateur cooks come on to put their five best recipes on the line against five mystery professional chefs. If the home cook is able to out-cook the pros, they could walk away with up to $100,000 cash. Written by txchristopherreed

  • Orlando Napier: Pointless

    Orlando Napier: Pointless (2012)
    Video by Luke Cheney (Music and Short) Director / Editor

  • Shedding for the Wedding

    Shedding for the Wedding (2011)
    Television (Reality-TV) Casting Editor 10 overweight couples live together and battle during a three-month period for the wedding of their dreams. The couple that loses the least amount of combined weight at the end of each episode is sent home.

  • El cártel

    El cártel (2009)
    Film by Brian J. Bagley (Drama and Thriller) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Based on Mexico's current criminal climate, EL CÁRTEL is a rare look into the values and practices of the world's most intriguing and enigmatic industry - the multi-billion dollar business of drug trafficking. When Jules Land, a naïve business journalist, approaches Mexico's most notorious drug cartel and requests an audience with its leader, a one-time-priest turned murderous cutthroat, he quickly realizes he's in over his head. Wanting only the chance to kick-start his struggling career, Jules goes from seeking to understand the principles behind The Cartel's success, to fighting to return home with his wits - and his life - intact. Written by Anonymous

  • In the Deathroom

    In the Deathroom (2009)
    Video by Luke Cheney (Action, Drama, Thriller and Short) Director/Editor Mr. Adams has been captured by members of a South American government. The reason why Adams is being held is unraveled as he is brought into the titular 'deathroom' as he realizes that his captors will not let him leave this room, despite their claims that he will be set free. During the course of his interrogation, Adams keeps calm, and hatches a desperate plan to escape. Written by Anonymous

  • Juncture

    Juncture (2007)
    Film by James Seale (Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew Soft-spoken Anna transforms herself into a ruthless vigilante bent on hunting down file criminals who have somehow eluded justice... until now.

  • The Shadow Walkers

    The Shadow Walkers (2006)
    Film by Mark Steven Grove (Horror) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Shadow Walkers is a highly suspenseful story of a group of lab technicians and military personnel who awaken in a subterranean laboratory with no memory of who they are. They quickly discover that they are sealed in, with only one way to get out alive. They must travel deeper into the underground facility to an escape tunnel that leads to the surface. Hindered by the fact there is only limited electrical power, they struggle through the darkness where they uncover a hive of genetically mutated creatures that stalk them from the shadows. Bred for combat, these monsters are endowed with razor sharp talons and rows of jagged teeth capable of ripping a man apart. While avoiding danger at every turn, they begin to regain their memories, discovering the origin of the deadly creatures and the part they played in their creation. Written by Mostly Films LLC

  • Lung Cancer: Through My Children's Eyes

    Lung Cancer: Through My Children's Eyes (2006)
    Video (Documentary) Producer The is the story of a mother's fight with lung cancer told through her children's eyes.

  • Seclusion

    Seclusion (2006)
    Film by Steve Mudd (Mystery and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew

  • Catch and Release

    Catch and Release (2006)
    Film by Susannah Grant (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew After the sudden death of her fiancé, Gray Wheeler finds comfort in the company of his friends: lighthearted and comic Sam, hyper-responsible Dennis, and, oddly enough, his old childhood buddy Fritz, an irresponsible playboy whom she'd previously pegged as one of the least reliable people in the world. As secrets about her supposedly perfect fiancé emerge, Gray comes to see new sides of the man she thought she knew, and at the same time, finds herself drawn to the last man she ever expected to fall for. Written by Columbia Pictures

  • Wanderlust

    Wanderlust (2006)
    TV Movie by Robert Pulcini (Documentary and History) Miscellaneous Crew A documentary on road movies and their effect on American culture.

  • The Surfer King

    The Surfer King (2006)
    Film by Bernard Murray Jr. (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew Seventeen-year old Robbie Zirpollo has a problem. As the film opens, his mother is driving him to his new summer job. We learn that Robbie has grown up in Oceanside, California, but now he and his mother have moved to Colorado for a fresh start, as his father has taken the family's savings and his secretary to Mexico. Robbie's mom has, through an uncle, gotten him a summer job at Water World on the grounds crew. The adventure begins when Robbie meets Alex and gets moved to Aokee's Surf & Snack shack to work. Alex convinces Robbie to enter the park's "Employee Olympics" to bring the Surfer King trophy to it's rightful place among the concessions crew. Tiffany, the park owner's daughter, has other ideas for Robbie. Written by Bernard Murray


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