Video Village was a game show where two contestants compete in a life-sized board game, answering questions and performing stunts for cash and prizes.
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 30 minutes
Video Village - Kim's Video and Music - Netflix
Kim's Video and Music was a video and music retail store in the East Village of Manhattan, New York City, described as the “go-to place for rare selections” and “widely known among the cognoscenti of new, experimental and esoteric music and film”. Its owner was Yongman Kim.
Video Village - Notable employees - Netflix
Kim's was known for its staff, who were described by The Awl as “legendarily knowledgeable and haughty.” Many of its employees later went on to successful careers in film, music, and the arts. Isabel Gillies, actress, writer Robert Greene, documentary filmmaker Albert Hammond Jr., musician, member of The Strokes Alex Ross Perry, director, screenwriter Todd Phillips, director, producer, screenwriter Christopher Pravdica, musician, member of Swans Kate Lyn Sheil, actress Chris Vanderloo, founder of Other Music Sean Price Williams, cinematographer Andrew W.K., musician Nick Zedd, filmmaker
Video Village - References - Netflix