Having already impressed with his short films, Velvet Road and M is for Music (which was an entry for The ABC's of Death 2), and teasing us with the upcoming feature Copiii: The 1st Entry, which we will hopefully see soon, L. Gustavo Cooper has just completed his latest short film. Entitled Waiting for Lola, it follows Tom and Evan as they share a cigarette and discuss the death of conversation. Waiting for Lola was produced by Duane A. Sikes.
While waiting for a bus Tom & Evan share a cigarette. They discuss the death of conversation, each's taste in women, how a man's taste affects all of his future decisions and a woman named Lola.
Produced by Kim Murray / Flickers Studio and Presented by Executive Producer Duane A. Sikes, “Waiting for Lola” was shot entirely on location at the Rosa Parks Bus Terminal in Downtown, Jacksonville, FL with the cooperation and assistance of the Jacksonville Transit Authority (JTA).
“Waiting for Lola”, written by L. Gustavo Cooper and Sharon Y. Cobb, stars Tom Martin (Velvet Road) and Towns Sanford. Cooper’s newest short film will be submitted to various film festivals. For up to date information on festivals, it’s being screened at and news on the short you can visit the “Waiting for Lola” Facebook page.