Discover the life and work of the “Godfather of Video Art” in Amanda Kim’s Sundance hit Nam June Paik: Moon Is The Oldest TV.
Featuring exclusive archive footage, interviews with Paik’s closest collaborators & contemporaries and narration by Steven Yeun, #NamJunePaikFilm chronicles Paik’s
video art revolution.

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Often referred to as the “”Godfather of Video Art””, Nam June Paik was one of the
founding fathers of avantgarde art in the 20th century and arguably the most famous
Korean contemporary artist. For the first time, debut filmmaker Amanda Kim profiles
his art and life, telling the story of Paik’s meteoric rise in the New York art scene and
his Nostradamuslike visions of a future in which “everybody will have his own TV
channel”. Featuring an extensive archive of performance footage, original interviews
from Paik’s contemporaries and collaborators, and a voiceover narration of Nam June
Paik’s writings read by Executive Producer Steven Yeun (Minari, Nope), NAM JUNE
PAIK: MOON IS THE OLDEST TV is a timely meditation on the contradictory ways in
which technology elicits both fascist tendencies and intercultural understanding.