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Bruce Thierry Cheung

Bruce Thierry Cheung is a cinematographer and director, known for Zeroville (2018), Bukowski (2013) and The Adderall Diaries (2015). See full bio »
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Known For

Zeroville
Zeroville Cinematographer
(2018)
Bukowski
Bukowski Cinematographer
(2013)
The Adderall Diaries
The Adderall Diaries Cinematographer
(2015)
In Dubious Battle
In Dubious Battle Cinematographer
(2016)

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 2017/III Mine (Short)
 2017 Tenn
 2017 Making a Scene with James Franco (TV Series short) (9 episodes)
- Mr. One Dance (2017)
- Famous Potter (2017)
- Poker Things (2017)
 2015 Yosemite
 2014 Gucci Sunglasses (Short)
 2014 Mamihlapinatapai (Short)
 2013 Bukowski
 2012/II The Color of Time
 2011 Be on Time! (Short)
 2011/II Rebel (Short)
 2011 Couch Potatoes (Short)
 2011 Room #11 (Short)
 2011 Gelato with Whisky (Short)
 2003/II Regret (Short)
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Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (5 credits)
Show Show Actor (2 credits)
Show Show Art director (1 credit)
Show Show Producer (1 credit)
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