Simon Lereng Wilmont

Danish documentary filmmaker and director of two documentaries filmed in Eastern Ukraine, “The Distant Barking of Dogs” and “A House Made of Splinters”

Danish documentary filmmaker and director of two documentaries filmed in Eastern Ukraine; “The Distant Barking of Dogs” and “A House Made of Splinters” 

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How do we address the disparity of feeling sympathy for Ukrainian refugees while ignoring the plight of those fleeing conflict zones in North African or Central America?

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How do we address the disparity of feeling sympathy for Ukrainian refugees while ignoring the plight of those fleeing conflict zones in North African or Central America?

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