Preston Community Library will be showing a film about the struggle for freedom in South Africa on Saturday evening.
After the showing there will be two speakers, South African editor Mary Omond, and publisher Geraldine Cook, who were involved in the production of a book tied in with the film, and who are acquainted with personalities depicted in the film.
They will be discussing what is involved with film tie-ins and the particular case of this book which proved to be a hair-raising experience taking place against against the rapidly imploding situation in South Africa when the world was tense with expectation of mass insurrection and bloodshed.
The discussion will be of interest to those who were involved in the anti-apartheid struggle as well as the new generation who are using lessons from that struggle in current international campaigns.
Films are for library members, but if you are not joined up already you can join at the door. Screenings are free but donations are needed in order to put on more films.
The doors open at 7.15pm for a 7.30pm start.