En lille gruppe på omkring 10 radioentusiaster mødtes i foråret 2013 og sammen grundlagde vi KøbenhavnsRadiobiograf, hvor vi vil give den gode billedskabende radio fuld opmærksomhed. Den fælles lytteoplevelse er det centrale og vi kuraterer i arrangørgruppen, hvad lydbiografens gæster skal præsenteres for.

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It's time to take you on our monthly trip into the ear canals of our cool, international radio friends! We ask them about their way into radio, what they listen to and what inspires them. This month we talked to Dennis Funk, Senior Producer at Third Coast International Audio Festival.

GIVE A SHORT PRESENTATION OF YOURSELF AND YOUR WAY INTO PRODUCING RADIO:
"I came to audio through doing music and messing about with sampling sound when I was younger. Also, I did a creative writing programme at university because that's what you do when you're interested in everything and nothing at the same time. I was listening to the radio one day, and when a radio documentary came on I realised that audio storytelling was sort of like a marriage of the two things I'd been doing. Then I started making some pieces on my own, but felt like I had no fucking idea what I was getting into, so I enrolled in a MA Radio course at Goldsmiths, University of London. After uni, I freelanced until I took job producing Re:sound with the Third Coast International Audio Festival in Chicago, USA. I've been there there making audio from the centre of the audio universe ever since".

WHAT'S YOUR FAVOURITE AUDIO PIECE AT THE MOMENT - AND WHY IS IT GIVING YOU THE FEELS?
"A favourite piece at the moment is Pejk Malinovski's 'A Cow a Day' that he did for Between the Ears. In it he follows a cow around Varanasi for a few hours. My heart sings that pieces like this exist — work based off of ideas rather than pre-formed narratives. There's no story and you're not promised one. We have to trust Pejk, listen closely and follow along. It’s slow but not a passive listen. 'A Cow a Day' is also playful and witty, but sometimes seriously philosophical and hyper metaphorical... all the right bits for for good, universal audio. Another all-time favourite piece of mine is one of the most beautiful things I've ever heard: a Norwegian doc from a few years ago called 'Tell Me About Joar'. It's about a woman who talks to her family 25 years after the death of her brother... a moment they witnessed, but haven't spoken of since. It's heartbreaking, but also so intimate and loving and warm that even though the family shares in this tragedy, you want to be one of them. It's lingered with me since I first heard it".

WHO/WHAT ARE YOU INSPIRED BY WHEN IT COMES TO CREATING AUDIO?
Pejk Malinovski is definitely one of them, but also Phil Smith who is a wizard and Rikke Houd, Sarah Boothroyd, Tim Key and Jonathan Goldstein. They're all makers with sounds of their own, but who also sound like they get loads of joy out of their work. For me they are a reminder that what you're doing should be fun and if that process stops being fun or exciting, then immediately pause, have a walk and sort out how to make it fun again.
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Ibyen har haft høretelefonerne på og lyttet til lydsiden af Den Hirschsprungske Samlings Anton Melbye-udstilling Mod Fjerne Horisonter, som vi har skabt i samarbejde med museet.

Den 22. marts inviterer vi og Den Hirschsprungske Samling til radiobiograf, hvor du kan lytte til havet sammen med os.
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