Lewis Nkosi - Unedited Interview
Filmed in London, 14 December 1989 and and Wyoming, 1990. Unedited interview with Lewis Nkosi, a South African journalist, author and poet who spent 30 years in exile as a consequence of restrictions placed on him and his writing, legislated of by the apartheid government of South Africa. Some notable works are his novels Mating Birds, Underground People and Mandela's Ego. In this interview, Nkosi talks about South African cinema and more. Part of a series of unedited interviews with South African (and some American) writers, journalists and activists made in the late ‘80s, discussing the subject of censorship, films, journalism and more.