Beyond the Green: Radical Encounters in Interviewing

What can radio journalism learn from performance art? A LOT. Multimedia-maker Sook-Yin Lee and audio artist Veronica Simmonds share art-world practices that can re-invigorate the standard radio interview. In this session they introduce unconventional inspiration for their CBC podcast Sleepover. From Bela Tarr's seven-hour cinema provocation to documentarian Allan King’s fly-on-the-wall disappearing act, find out how time + space + face-to-face durational encounters with strangers = exceptional stories.

What can radio journalism learn from performance art? A LOT. Multimedia-maker Sook-Yin Lee and audio artist Veronica Simmonds share art-world practices that can re-invigorate the standard radio interview. In this session they introduce unconventional inspiration for their CBC podcast Sleepover. From Bela Tarr's seven-hour cinema provocation to documentarian Allan King’s fly-on-the-wall disappearing act, find out how time + space + face-to-face durational encounters with strangers = exceptional stories.


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Sook-Yin Lee

Sook-Yin Lee (@sookyinlee) is a filmmaker, musician, actor, visual artist, dance-maker, and radio & TV broadcaster.