Shereen Lani Younes
Shereen is a Syrian-American director, filmmaker, artist, poet, and podcaster. She self-published her first poetry collection “dime piece” in October 2017, which is available on Amazon. As a filmmaker she writes, directs, produces, shoots, and edits films and music videos, collaborating with musicians, filmmakers, and comedians to creatively push the boundaries of cinema and herself, committed to expressing honest and courageous work.
Her film FALL premiered at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in July 2018 in collaboration with The Future of Film is Female. She co-hosts the podcast Ethnically Ambiguous which she co-created and co-produces with Anna Hossnieh, delving into the experiences of people of color while raising awareness about significant world news. She also co-produces, edits, and films podcasts including Don’t Blame Me! with Meghan Rienks and Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig.
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Hi Sheeran, ✋😁 Big Fan! You are so AWESOME, Love you soooooo much!🥰 Ok for the question, Of all the Short films you have made which one was your favorite to make, or which one was the one that made you love the art of creating Art? lol if that makes Sense
Hi Shereen, thanks so much for coming on. From your perspective, what’s the key to a good podcast episode?
Hi there Shereen where does the job of podcasting stack up with everything else you do in terms of enjoyment?
Hi Shereen it’s good to hear from you. Do you have any methods for saving time in post-production of your show?
Any tips on interviewing? How do you get your guests to relax and participate well in the conversation?