WHITE ROCK â€” Jack McLachlan, a founder of White Rock Social Justice Film Society, has died.
McLachlan, who helped organize the society’s first film festival in 2005, died on Christmas Day, not long after being diagnosed with cancer.
"The purpose (of the film society) is to make people aware of what happens around the world and under our feet," McLachlan once said.
Monthly, the society shows documentary movies with themes of social justice at First United Church. Next up, on Jan. 31, is the film Bidder 70.