Georgy Ivanovich Rerberg (September 28, 1937, Moscow, Soviet Union, – July 28, 1999, Moscow, Russia) was a Soviet cinematographer.
He is known for his work on Andrey Tarkovsky's Zerkalo (The Mirror). He started as cinematographer on Andrey Tarkovsky's film Stalker but was later replaced with Alexander Knyazhinsky.
Rerberg's notable portfolio of two dozen films includes works with world-renowned Russian film directors Andrei Konchalovsky, Andrei Tarkovsky, Igor Talankin, Sergei Solovyov, Ivan Dykhovichny and others.
Georgy Rerberg was grandson of Russian civil engineer and architect Ivan Rerberg.