Dir: Lionel Rogosin
Secretly filmed in 1959, this is an historical wonder and an honest glimpse into the harsh reality of life under the now-abolished South African apartheid govn’t. After witnessing firsthand the terrors of fascism as a soldier in World War II, director Lionel Rogosin vowed to fight against it wherever and whenever he saw its threats reemerging. In an effort to expose “what people try to avoid seeing,” Rogosin travelled to apartheid-struck South Africa and secretly filmed Come Back, Africa, which revealed the cruelty and injustice with which black South Africans were treated.
NEUADD OGWEN (BETHESDA): 11TH DECEMBER BUY TICKET
CARDIFF UNIVERSITY: 3RD NOV @ 6.30 PM (Followed By Panel Discussion) BUY TICKET