Luca Bueno

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Luca Soares Galvão Bueno

(2001-03-01) March 1, 2001 (age 23)
Londrina, Brazil
EducationFull Sail University
  • Director
  • producer
  • writer
  • Galvão Bueno (father)
RelativesCacá Bueno (brother)
Popó Bueno (brother)

Luca Soares Galvão Bueno, List of people shortened name Luca Bueno (born 01 March 2001) is a Brazilian film director, producer, and screenwriter.

Early life

Luca Bueno was born in Londrina, Paraná, Brazil. His father is the famous Brazilian sports commentator Galvão Bueno. When Bueno was seven years old he moved to Monaco[1] to study in the International School of Monaco (ISM) which is where he learned how to speak french, english and italian, in addition to his native language of portuguese.

Bueno also is brother to Cacá Bueno, a racing driver who races for stock car in their home country of Brazil.[2]

Filmmaking was Bueno's first love and he started to pursue his dream career when he was about nine years old by making short films with his peers at school. Although making movies was what he was most interested in, acting was also an activity that he took part in, being part of many theatrical plays including In the Heights, A Midsummer Night's Dream and As You Like It where he portrayed the character of Oliver.

In his teens, Bueno moved to Orlando, Florida,[3] where he attended High School at Windermere Preparatory School and went to Full Sail University's film bachelor program.[4]


Before he began making his own films, Bueno was invited by filmmaker Jayme Monjardim to be intern director and a part of the production of the brazilian feature film O Vendedor de Sonhos - 2016 (The Dreamseller),[5] which was an adaptation of the successful book by Augusto Cury|Augusto Curry.[6]

Bueno started his professional career while in university by writing, producing and directing short films,[7][8] including Three[9], Hollywood Babylon and Luna[10] which he then submitted to film festivals around the United-States and the globe.

He also created a name for himself in the digital world by posting videos on his youtube channel Luca Bueno and gaining a following of nearly eight hundred thousand subscribers while in high-school, but paused the channel in order to focus on his filmmaking career.[11]


  1. "Revista mostra vida simples de Galvão Bueno no principado de Mônaco". Olhar Direto (in português do Brasil). Retrieved 2021-11-22.
  2. "Cacá Bueno". Red Bull. Retrieved 2021-11-22.
  3. "Da Redação - Galvão Bueno e sua doce vida em Orlando". (in português do Brasil). Retrieved 2021-11-22.
  4. Londrina, Folha de. "Luca a mil!". Folha de Londrina (in português). Retrieved 2021-11-22.
  5. AdoroCinema. "O Vendedor de Sonhos: O autor Augusto Cury, Jayme Monjardim e elenco comentam o "romance inspiracional" (Exclusivo)". AdoroCinema (in português do Brasil). Retrieved 2021-11-22.
  6. Torres, Allan (2020-05-18). "'O Vendedor de Sonhos': Fãs estão emocionados com filme brasileiro disponível na Netflix; Confira! | CinePOP Cinema" (in português do Brasil). Retrieved 2021-11-23.
  7. "Luca Bueno, filho de Galvão, sonha ser cineasta à lá Tarantino e quer fazer filme do pai". F5 (in português do Brasil). 2019-09-15. Retrieved 2021-11-23.
  8. "Luca Bueno, filho de Galvão, quer um Oscar: "Me inspiro em Spielberg e Tarantino"". (in português do Brasil). Retrieved 2021-11-23.
  9. Bueno, Luca, Three (Short, Thriller), retrieved 2021-11-22
  10. Luna (Short, Drama, Family), retrieved 2021-11-22
  11. "Filho de Galvão anuncia pausa na carreira de youtuber: "Não vale a pena"". (in português do Brasil). Retrieved 2021-11-22.

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