- Published: Thursday, 06 August 2015 07:45
- Written by Staff
When 22 year old Lynn Ball took a few days off work from the Canadian Press in 1965, he drove south to Selma, Alabama and into journalistic history. Determined to try his hand at news photography, Ball ended up documenting a key chapter in the on going struggle for racial equality.
Now fifty years later, Balls’ pictorial essay will be on display in conjunction with the feature film SELMA on opening night of the Meaford International Film Festival (Sept.3-6) at Meaford Hall.