director. writer. editor. filmmaker.
Peter Pardini is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker born and raised in Fresno, CA. Growing up a film lover watching movies, he made numerous short films and a feature film before he was 18 years old. After graduating from San Joaquin Memorial high school, he went on to major in screenwriting at California State University Northridge.
During his time there, he made several more films and worked for Bobby Moresco, the Oscar-winning writer of Crash. Soon after graduating in 2010, Peter got his first big break when he was hired by the rock group Chicago to film their 2011 World Tour. Through this opportunity he was able to work
with the likes of recording legend Phil Ramone, actor Joe Mantegna and SNL cast member Kyle Mooney.
In 2013, he began production on Now More Than Ever: The History of Chicago, the official documentary about the rock group Chicago. He served as director, editor and producer on the film, which was premiered through CNN Films on New Year's Day 2017 to #1 ratings.
Peter is currently developing two exciting documentaries and a feature narrative, to be announced soon.
He will move forward and make narrative feature films in the style of his favorite filmmakers such as the Coen Brothers, Martin Scorsese and Paul Thomas Anderson.
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PRESS FOR PETER & NOW MORE THAN EVER
"Pardini's intricately crafted fusion of footage and interviews reveals the hearts and souls of the band."
- Herbert Paine, Broadway World
"Artful and definitive."
- David Wild, Rolling Stone Magazine Writer
"Shot in widescreen, Pardini's documentary does a great job of exposing many of the fears, doubts, punctured egos and quirks of being involved with a successful rock band in the music industry."
- David Appleford, Appleford.com
"One of the most complex and compelling rock docs you will ever see."
- Ken Sheetz, Buzz Broz