Actor • Director • Producer
Uki Pavlovic is a New-York based actor, director, and producer. And anything else an immigrant from Serbia would be. Having studied acting and film since the age of twelve, he moved to the US at the age of eighteen to pursue a career in film production.
As an actor, Uki worked on various film projects, as well as staged plays. He is an author of several short films. Uki's behind-the-camera work consists of assistant directing, production design,
As a person who carries multiple cultures underneath his shirt, Uki's goal in life is to create a fusion of Serbian and American cinema. By creating projects of this sort, Uki hopes to create more opportunities for collaboration and artistic expression for both Serbian and American artists. His latest film The Black Mallow aims to achieve exactly that. The film is currently available to stream on Amazon Prime.
Moony's Kid Don't Cry
by Tenessee Williams
Directed by Uki Pavlovic, and starring Elizabeth Maille and Jesse Lehman, Moony's tells a story of a young couple's pursuit of happiness under the smokescreen of a 20th-century industrial American city.
Moony's premiere took place in Daejeon, South Korea in 2019, followed by a week-long run in Gwangju, SK, as part of DipFe and Gwangju International Piece Theater Festival.