Phil COLLINS (1970, UK) is a filmmaker, photographer, interviewer and producer. He studied Drama and English at the University of Manchester and Fine Arts at the University of Ulster. In his films, photographs, installations and live events, Collins often investigates the complex and ambiguous relationship between the camera and its subjects. In 2006, Collins was nominated for the Turner Prize, a prestigious British annual award for artists. In recent years, IFFR has screened many of his films, including He Who Laughs Last Laughs Longest (2006) and the meaning of style (2011). He currently lives in Berlin and Cologne, where he is Professor of Video Art at the Academy of Media Arts.
the world won't listen (2003-2007, instal), They Shoot Horses (2004, short), Return of the Real (2005, short), He Who Laughs Last Laughs Longest (2006, short), zasto ne govorim srpski (na srpskom) (2008, short), use! value! exchange! (2010, short), soy mi madre (2010, short), marxism today (prologue) (2010, short), the meaning of style (2012, short), Tomorrow Is Always Too Long (2014), Delete Beach (2016, short)