By Gary King, October 5th, 2010

WHAT’S UP LOVELY is my 3rd feature film — but the first project in which I allowed for time to reshoot the film and do pickups. It helped tremendously.

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Gary King is a contemporary DIY American filmmaker whose work is known for powerful performances with an emphasis on a strong, visual style. He has written, directed and produced several critically acclaimed feature films as well as award-winning short films.

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  • This is one of the benefits of shooting small and limber. We are shooting as if a documentary, so re-shoots are much easier than they might have been otherwise. We're already planning some because as the movie comes into focus in post, we're realizing some areas we want to enhance,

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