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Greg W. Locke (I)

Greg W. Locke is a New York City-based abstract painter, filmmaker and writer. He studied fine arts at both Indiana University and the City University of New York and is best known for his 2015 feature film, Forever Into Space. After over a decade spent working as a professional film and music journalist/critic, Locke began focusing his time on ... See full bio »

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Broad City Camera and Electrical Department


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 2013 Too Many Days (Short)
 2013 Jaz (Short)
 2011 Holler and the Moan (Documentary) (documentary director)
 2009 In a Single Day (Short)
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5' 9½" (1.77 m)

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I had been working in studio productions and was really sad about all the waste I saw. How comfort was so important to everyone. They were constantly coddling us at every turn. I wanted to do the opposite of that. I've seen Les Blank's Burden of Dreams enough that my idea of filmmaking has much more to do with sweat and back pain than it does jumbo shrimp platters.


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