Pedja Radenkovic

Pedja Radenkovic

Director of photography in Los Angeles, California

About Pedja

I'm award winning cinematographer. Please visit my website for more information at

Name: Pedja Radenkovic

Lives in: Los Angeles, California

Occupation: Director of Photography


  • I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu

    I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu (2016)
    Film by Meir Zarchi (Horror) Cinematographer

  • Eternal Waltz

    Eternal Waltz (2015)
    Film (short) by Laurie Lamson (Romance) Cinematographer Eternal Waltz is an independent short film set in 1887 and the post-apocalyptic future about love and soul recognition. Starring Cindy Marinangel and Thorsten Becker, this short film begins in 1887, when class systems prevented true freedom in choosing one's partner. A mysterious accordion player (Smokey Miles) helps destined lovers conspire to be together. A timeless waltz played on a magic music box unites them for eternity. Written by Angel Baker Productions

  • Focus Groups

    Focus Groups (2015)
    TV Movie by Steve Sirkis (Comedy) Cinematographer

  • Recon

    Recon (2015)
    Film (short) by Rico Montanez (Horror) Cinematographer

  • Bikini Model Academy

    Bikini Model Academy (2015)
    Film by Straw Weisman (Comedy) Cinematographer When T. J. and Benji, two California twenty-something best buddies, lose their girlfriends, they start a home grown bikini modeling academy to make money and meet new girls. With a little help from T.J.'s Uncle Seymour (Gary Busey), the guys begin recruiting pretty girls, until a rival modeling school owned by their old grade school enemy tries to shut them down. Written by joshishivansh

  • American Beach House

    American Beach House (2015)
    Film by Straw Weisman (Comedy) Cinematographer What happens when six lucky strangers, three handsome young guys and three beautiful sexy young women, from all over the world, win a random contest-- an all expenses paid trip to an amazing beach house in glamorous Malibu, California, thanks to a big Internet company--only to discover they have to share it with each other. Written by Eduardo Brandariz

  • In the Silhouette of Midnight

    In the Silhouette of Midnight (2014)
    Film (short) by Daryl Perle (Drama, Romance and Thriller) Cinematographer Two sober people reconnect and engage in a life-altering experience.

  • The Tokyo Princess

    The Tokyo Princess (2014)
    Film (short) by Daryl Perle (Drama and Family) Cinematographer A cleric attempts to save his wayward son from a seedy underworld, while atoning for his own sins.

  • A Chronicle of Tahrir Square

    A Chronicle of Tahrir Square (2014)
    Film (short) by Nour Zaki (Action, Drama and History) Cinematographer During the climax of the 2011 Egyptian revolution, a young Egyptian girl must go through the violent square to save her father.

  • Found

    Found (2014)
    Film (short) by Dawn Fields (Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer A devastating secret is revealed when two childhood friends are reunited after being estranged for over ten years.

  • Woman Is Power

    Woman Is Power (2013)
    Television (Biography) Cinematographer

  • 209

    209 (2013)
    Film (short) by Dawn Fields (Drama) Cinematographer Sam has summoned Danny to a seedy motel to reveal a dark and devastating secret. Only one of them will get out alive.

  • 5am

    5am (2013)
    Film (short) by Daryl Perle (Action, Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer 5AM is a short film about two sober people that have the relapse of a lifetime. They experience love and intimacy along with debauchery and liberation... but will this euphoric re-awakening ultimately lead to consequences that cannot be undone? Written by Anonymous

  • The Beast and the Angel

    The Beast and the Angel (2012)
    Film (short) by Shira Piven (Documentary, Biography, Drama and Music) Cinematographer Wayne Kramer, founder of the revolutionary band The MC5: Kramer, renowned guitarist and long time addict who served prison time in his 20s becomes clean and sober at age 50, genuinely changing his life through hard-core service. Written by Anonymous

  • Hysteresis

    Hysteresis (2012)
    Film (short) by Shana Gozansky (Comedy) Cinematographer Hysteresis: when you're unemployed for so long that no one wants to hire you. A woman navigates the harsh malevolence of the job market.

  • Shark Week

    Shark Week (2012)
    Film by Christopher Ray (Action, Horror and Sci-Fi) Cinematographer A group of complete strangers find themselves isolated by a wealthy madman on his island compound.

  • Zombie Apocalypse

    Zombie Apocalypse (2011)
    TV Movie by Nick Lyon (Action, Horror and Sci-Fi) Cinematographer Three small groups of survivors of a zombie plague join forces to reach the ferry boat to a sanctuary that they are not sure that it does exist in the Catalina Island. Along their journey, they are hunted down by hordes of zombies and only a few of them survive. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • Fully Loaded

    Fully Loaded (2011)
    Film by Shira Piven (Comedy) Cinematographer On a rare evening out, two feisty single moms discover that it's not so easy to hook up with a total stranger (Dweezil Zappa) anymore. This "van-centric" dark comedy, set in LA--offers an opportunity to eavesdrop on how women genuinely feel about men, relationships and themselves. Written by reznik

  • Skin Deep

    Skin Deep (2010)
    Film (short) by Bob Wasson (Horror, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Cinematographer

  • Operation: WASTE.LAND

    Operation: WASTE.LAND (2010)
    Television by Gonzalo Digenio (Action, Drama and Sci-Fi) Cinematographer

  • Industrial Light & Magic: Creating the Impossible

    Industrial Light & Magic: Creating the Impossible (2010)
    TV Movie by Leslie Iwerks (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department

  • A Simple Question

    A Simple Question (2010)
    Film (short) by Jacek Laskus (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Johnny Rocket in Garage Space

    Johnny Rocket in Garage Space (2009)
    Film (short) by Jeff Gatesman (Animation, Adventure, Family and Sci-Fi) Cinematographer In search of an adventure, Johnny finds plenty of material in his Father's garage to propel him into his imaginary 'space'.

  • Dirty Oil

    Dirty Oil (2009)
    Film by Leslie Iwerks (Documentary and News) Camera and Electrical Department Deep behind-the-scenes into the strip-mined world of Alberta, Canada, where the vast and toxic Tar Sands deposit supplies the U.S. with the majority of its oil. Through the eyes of scientists, 'big oil' officials, politicians, doctors, environmentalists, and aboriginal citizens directly impacted by 'the largest industrial project on the planet today,' the filmmakers journey to both sides of the border to see the emotional and irreversible toll this 'black gold rush' fueled by America's addiction to oil is taking on our planet. Written by Anonymous

  • 12 Stones

    12 Stones (2009)
    Film (short) by Sandy Smolan Camera and Electrical Department The village of Belsi lies off the main highway that connects Nepal to India, a dusty torturous road that winds down from the Katmandu Valley. Most homes don't have windows, running water or electricity. A multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, small and astoundingly beautiful country, Nepal is also one of poorest countries in the world, with nearly half the people living below the poverty line. Outside of Africa, no country is poorer. What distinguishes Belsi from most other villages is that next to crumbling mud and thatched roof shacks are solidly constructed concrete homes, with vegetable gardens and cleanly swept yards. The difference is breathtaking. And instead of the shy and reserved women that inhabit most villages in the region, we meet Shanti, Sita, and Parabati, the women of Belsi. Working with Heifer International, a aid organization that promotes sustainable development through gifts of livestock, the women are now helping hundreds of other women and their families rise out of ... Written by Anonymous

  • See What I'm Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary

    See What I'm Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary (2009)
    Film by Hilari Scarl (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department This inspirational and heartfelt documentary follows four well-known entertainers in the deaf community: a comic, a drummer, an actor and a singer as they attempt to cross over and reach mainstream audiences. These uniquely talented deaf entertainers of various disciplines overcome great challenges on their way to personal triumphs and professional success. Bob, a drummer in the world's only deaf rock band, Beethoven's Nightmare, produces the largest show in the band's 30 year history; CJ, a hugely famous and internationally renowned comic in the Deaf world, but virtually unknown to hearing audiences, fights to cross over to the mainstream by producing the first international sign language theatre festival in Los Angeles; Robert, a brilliant actor who teaches at Juilliard, struggles to survive when he becomes homeless, his health compromised by HIV; and TL, a hard of hearing singer finds herself caught between the hearing and deaf communities when she attracts her first major producer... Written by David Magdael

  • Chthonic

    Chthonic (2008)
    Film (short) by Isabelle Stead (Drama) Cinematographer A visual moving image sculpture of Man as he sets out in search of his purpose and place within the American Ideal.

  • The Season

    The Season (2008)
    Film by Adam Edward Brooks (Horror and Thriller) Cinematographer A stranded group of people in rural Iowa find themselves held captive by a deranged, excommunicated Amish family.

  • Villa Nova

    Villa Nova (2008)
    Film (short) by Bob Wasson (Sci-Fi) Cinematographer Kaya, a little girl living in suburbia, is tormented by her hyper annoying family. One night she hears something strange in the backyard. Instead of getting her parents, she decides to show her older brother and sister. The three kids investigate and discover two strange men hiding out in their playhouse. More excited than scared the kids attack the men while they sleep and chain them up as their hostages. Written by ErikvW

  • A Cost of Freedom

    A Cost of Freedom (2008)
    Film (short) by James Carey (Drama) Cinematographer

  • The Pixar Story

    The Pixar Story (2007)
    Film by Leslie Iwerks (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department A look at the first years of Pixar Animation Studios - from the success of "Toy Story" and Pixar's promotion of talented people, to the building of its East Bay campus, the company's relationship with Disney, and its remarkable initial string of eight hits. The contributions of John Lasseter, Ed Catmull and Steve Jobs are profiled. The decline of two-dimensional animation is chronicled as three-dimensional animation rises. Hard work and creativity seem to share the screen in equal proportions. Written by <>

  • Devils

    Devils (2007)
    Film (short) by Darko Mitrevski (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Rockin' Romeo & Juliet

    Rockin' Romeo & Juliet (2006)
    Film by David McGaw (Drama and Musical) Camera and Electrical Department The story opens with the band OGGI on tour in the van, somewhere in America. Falling asleep at a roadside diner, the band's bassist dreams the band members into Shakespeare's story, where they become Romeo's sidekicks in the Montague family. Juliet's family is played by Asian actors, highlighting the feud between the two families. Original music written by David McGaw and Ginger Wade and performed by the band OGGI. Written by Ginger Wade

  • The Showdown

    The Showdown (2006)
    Film (short) by Fulvio Sestito (Action, Drama and History) Camera and Electrical Department It's the 9th inning of a high-stakes baseball game. The batter faces his worst adversary. The Old West. Jonathan C. Edwards confronts the nightmares of his past. Their destiny is about to be decided.

  • A Killing on the Riviera

    A Killing on the Riviera (2006)
    Film (short) by Nancy Ann Norton (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department When two femme fatales have their pockets picked in Spain, they go on the grift. Scam artists starting with petty theft, the damsels rise to become the 'Mickey Finn' girls of the Riviera. Following a string of successes, a double cross causes Nikki to set revenge as her ambition. Cunning wickedness in short skirts, dropped in exotic landscapes with double plot twists, sets this intrigue keenly on the Riviera. Written by Nancy Norton

  • Full Moon

    Full Moon (2005)
    Film (short) by Mikhail Tank (Drama and Fantasy) Camera and Electrical Department A transformational journey of Peyo, a man whose fear has pushed him to the edge. After a tragic event he is teleported into an alternate reality where forest spirits trigger the climax of his inner struggles. Peyo is forced to battle his own demons in order to see himself for the first time. Written by Anonymous

  • Ascension

    Ascension (2004)
    Film by Maria Petros (Drama) Cinematographer On the battle grounds of Hillcrest High School, Chris endures daily torment by his peers. Tracy observes the cruelty around her and submerges into a deep depression. When Chris's plans for revenge endanger the school, Tracy puts her life on the line. Written by Maria Petros

  • Edge of Nowhere

    Edge of Nowhere (2003)
    Film by Philip McKeon (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A man who is at a cross road in life confronts his violent past throught the manifestation of a turbulent relationship. He must explore his demons in order to free himself of the past. As he searches for love and freedom he reflects on events throughout his life that have shaped him into the creature he is today. His greatest battle is a fight from within. Written by Peter Halikias <>


  • Nominated The Juan Ruiz Anchia Award Best Cinematography "Found"

  • Feature Film "The Season" Best Cinematography at Diabolique Film Festival

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