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cinematographer

Goran Pavicevic, Serbian cinematographer. Joseph & Olga Auerbach scholar American Film Institute, 1992. Fellow American Film Institute (alumni); member Society Film and television Artists of Serbia-Yugoslavia (vice president cinematography section 1989-1991), Indiana Feature Project West, American Film Institute.

Background

Pavicevic, Goran was born on February 13, 1961 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Son of Ljubomir and Radmila (Dimitrijevic) Pavicevic.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film, University of Arts, Belgrade, 1987. Master of Fine Arts in Cinematography, American Film Institute, Los Angeles, 1994.

Career

Freelance cinematographer, Los Angeles, since 1991. Assistant professor University of Arts, Belgrade, 1989-1991.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Director of photography: (feature film) Strangeland, 1998, (short feature films) Pereat, 1983 (1st prize Belgrade Festival 1983), Laura Sobers, 1994 (second place Turin Festival 1995), Night Train, 1995 (Golden Camera Chicago award 1996).

Membership

Fellow American Film Institute (alumni). Member Society Film and television Artists of Serbia-Yugoslavia (vice president cinematography section 1989-1991), Indiana Feature Project West, American Film Institute.

Connections

father:
Ljubomir Pavicevic

mother:
Radmila (Dimitrijevic) Pavicevic