FILM lovers who missed out on Scottish director Steven Lewis Simpson's adaptation of the best-selling novel, Neither Wolf Nor Dog, get another chance to view it today(Friday) at North Berwick's Fringe by the Sea festival.

The hit movie – a road trip through contemporary and historical life and culture of the Lakota Native American people - broke attendance records at a special sold-out showing at East Linton Community Hall in June.

County audiences now get another chance to see it at North Berwick Community Centre at 7pm.

The main character is played by 95-year-old Native American Dave Bald Eagle. When he died, aged 97, his obituary was the BBC’s most-read online story.

The screening, presented by North Berwick Movies, will be almost 20 years to the day since Simpson found himself at Wounded Knee (the heart of Neither Wolf Nor Dog’s story) when he followed the repatriation of a Ghost Shirt from Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow.

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