Assignment Africa by Donald Swanson [1965]
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Assignment Africa by Donald Swanson (1965)

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Assignment Africa by Donald Swanson. Published by Simondium Publishers, 1965. Hardcover. Used, Good condition. 123 pp. No DJ, writing on title page.

Assignment Africa is autobiographical account of the life of Donald Andrew Swanson, film director, producer and writer.

After moving to Johannesburg, he directed two short features that became milestones in the South African film industry. Both had all-African casts and were made outside the commercial framework. They were Jim Comes to Jo'burg (1949) and The Magic Garden, also known as The Pennywhistle Blues (1951).

After 1955 he devoted himself entirely to scriptwriting, including a number of features, as well as a number of novels, one of which was banned by the Publications Control Board.

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