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Filmmaker Phillip Warnell: ‘The beast with two backs: mutuality, exchange and transfiguration between animals’
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Hannah Mowat.
The Screen Media Group, in collaboration with the 20th and 21st-Century French Seminar, warmly welcomes filmmaker Phillip Warnell to CRASSH on 30th April, at 5 for 5.15.
Artist, filmmaker and academic, Phillip Warnell will screen sequences from several of his films, including Ming of Harlem: 21 storeys in the air, a current work in progress. Visit his website at: www.phillipwarnell.com/
All welcome, no registration required. Followed by a lively Q&A.
This talk is part of the Cambridge Screen Media Group series.
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