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David Driver is known for his work on Drive (1997), Way of Life (2012) and American Yakuza (1993). See full bio »
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'Hearts Beat Loud' Makes Real Music on Screen

Director Brett Haley and stars Nick Offerman, Kiersey Clemons, Ted Danson, and Sasha Lane visit the IMDb Studio at Sundance to talk about their music-filled drama, which follows a father-and-daughter songwriting duo.

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Drive Camera and Electrical Department
Way of Life
Way of Life Editor
American Yakuza
American Yakuza Camera and Electrical Department
Phantoms Camera and Electrical Department


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 2015/V Baby (Short) (camera operator)
 2001 Making Metamorphosis (gaffer)
 2001 Bartleby (electrician - uncredited)
 1998 Phantoms (company grip: additional photography)
 1997 Drive (rigging grip)
 1997 Quiet Days in Hollywood (additional grip)
 1997 Little City (grip - as Dave Driver)
 1996 Greenhorn (TV Movie) (best boy grip)
 1996 Infinity (grip)
 1996 Unbeständig und kühl (TV Movie) (dolly grip) / (lighting technician)
 1995 Cyber Bandits (grip)
 1995 The Nature of the Beast (electrician)
 1994 No Dessert, Dad, Till You Mow the Lawn (electrician - as Dave Driver)
 1994 Blue Tiger (grip)
 1993 American Yakuza (grip)
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