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British–born filmmaker, visual artist and organizer Phil Collins’ diverse practice is characterised by close engagements with places and communities. During this informal one–hour talk, he will converse with writer and film historian Helen Westerik about the project that is part of his latest feature film Tomorrow Is Always Too Long.

British–born filmmaker, visual artist and organizer Phil Collins’ diverse practice is characterised by close engagements with places and communities. During this informal one–hour talk, he will converse with writer and film historian Helen Westerik about the project that is part of his latest feature film Tomorrow Is Always Too Long.

British–born filmmaker, visual artist and organizer Phil Collins’ diverse practice is characterised by close engagements with places and communities. During this informal one–hour talk, he will converse with writer and film historian Helen Westerik about the project that is part of his latest feature film Tomorrow Is Always Too Long.

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British–born filmmaker, visual artist and organizer Phil Collins’ diverse practice is characterised by close engagements with places and communities. During this informal one–hour talk, he will converse with writer and film historian Helen Westerik about the project that is part of his latest feature film Tomorrow Is Always Too Long.

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