André Brink - Unedited Interview
Filmed in Cape Town, South Africa, 1990. Unedited interview with André Brink, a South African novelist, essayist and poet. His novel Kennis van die aand (1973) was the first Afrikaans book to be banned by the South African government. In this interview, Brink talks about the response to the death of South African anti-apartheid activist Steve Biko 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.