Q&A with NAM JUNE PAIK: MOON IS THE OLDEST TV Filmmaker Amanda Kim
Saturday, March 25
Moderated by filmmaker Skip Blumberg
Amanda Kim is a Tokyo-raised, Korean American director and producer. After graduating from Brown University with a degree in Comparative Literature, she worked many odd jobs in music, fashion, and design, before landing a job at Vice Media. A former creative director at Vice Media, she led U.S. video direction for i-D, Creators, and Garage magazine. Kim also worked on Viceland, Vice's TV channel, as a creative producer in an experimental incubator where she directed a nimble production crew to test out pilots and innovative content formats.
Skip Blumberg, producer, filmmaker, camera journalist, and artist, has made hundreds of productions so far over his 50+-year career; including “Nam June Paik: Lessons from the Video Master.” They can be seen on the web, including via the portal MoreArtistsMovies.com; in permanent collections of U.S. and European museums; and have been broadcast on TV channels internationally. He was a founding member of pioneer video production group Videofreex (1969-78) and was a friend, colleague and collaborator of NJP. His and Videofreex work are currently featured in MoMA’s “Signals: How Video Transformed the World.” Blumberg lives in lower Manhattan and is President of Friends of City Hall Park.
Daily (except Sunday, March 26 and Thursday, March 30):
12:50 3:15 5:40 8:00
Sunday, March 26:
12:50 3:15 6:00 8:15
Thursday, March 30:
12:50 3:15 5:40 8:10