The Body and the Frame: Award Winning Director Camille Thoman on Her Latest, 'Never Here'

The Body and the Frame: Award Winning Director Camille Thoman on Her Latest, 'Never Here'

By Paul Risker

In theatre, film and performance work, "Everything is very much based on the notion of sending certain signals to both the conscious and the unconscious mind of the spectator," says Thoman. 24 Oct 2017 // 2:00 AM

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