Geoffrey Cowper

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Geoffrey Cowper was born on June 11, 1986, in Terrassa, Barcelona, Spain. He is a writer and director known for Tercer Grado (2015), Cargols! (2011) and A Fully Loaded (2008). He has also provided his voice in the show Arros Covat (2009-2012) and was a trainee director in the movie Animals (2012). He's half Australian and half Spanish. See full bio »

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Known For

Day Release Castle's Cook
Snails! Director
Caminem Lluny Director
Corten Director


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 2021 The Pop Song
 2017 Blue Rai
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 2016 Bus Story (Short)
Operario 2
 2015 Day Release
Castle's Cook
 2014 Aún hay tiempo (Short)
 2009-2012 Arròs covat (TV Series)
- Arròs de boda (2012) ... Lluís (voice)
- Arròs del passat Nadal (2012) ... Lluís (voice)
- Arròs sense delícies (2012) ... Lluís (voice)
- Arròs infidel (2012) ... Lluís (voice)
- Arròs responsable (2012) ... Lluís (voice)
 2008 A Fully Loaded (Short)
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Winner of the Best Director Award at Festival Internacional Ópera Prima en Corto de Granada (Spain) for his shortfilm Snails! (2011). [May 13, 2012]. See more »

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