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L. Gustavo Cooper


L.Gustavo Cooper was born in Las Vegas, Nevada. As a military brat, he moved to Jacksonville, Florida, in 1989. Cooper started a successful skateboarding career in 1998, which was his initial introduction to the world of film. Cooper began making skate videos to extend his sponsorship and promote himself in the competitive East Coast skating ... See full bio »

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Known For

Velvet Road Director
(2011)
Amy Director
(2017)
The Home Director
(2016)
VHS Series Editor
(2018)

Filmography

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  Concrete Futuro (Documentary) (edited by) (post-production)
 2018 VHS Series (TV Mini-Series) (2 episodes)
- Rearview Window (2018)
- Stray Dog (2018)
 2018 V/H/S (TV Mini-Series)
 2018 The Elegy (Short)
 2017 Oui Oui: Wee Wee (Short)
 2017 XX (segment "Her Only Living Son")
 2016/II Swipe (Short) (edited by)
 2016 Teenage Cocktail (edited by)
 2014 Waiting for Lola (Short)
 2013 M Is for Music (Short)
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