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REVIEW | Anant Singh's memoir In Black and White is brimful of colour

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Anant Singh's In Black and White. (Photo supplied)
Anant Singh's In Black and White. (Photo supplied)

Review: In Black and White (Pan Macmillan)

Synopsis: This extraordinary memoir is a story of professional relationships – and of friendships – with mentors including Ahmed Kathrada, Fatima and Ismail Meer and Nelson Mandela, as well as with superstars such as Quincy Jones, Sidney Poitier, Whoopi Goldberg, Amitabh Bachchan, Denzel Washington and Idris Elba. And it is a testament to determination, courage and perseverance – to speak up and speak out through the powerful medium of film.


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