Showing 1 - 6 of 6 titles with a criteria of Subject is Algeria
Set in the Western Sahara, Barber Shop Algeria tells the story of the last colony in Africa: since Morocco illegally annexed the territory of the Sahrawi, this nomad population has been living in refugee camps along a long Moroccan wall built in the middle of the desert.
First Hand Films | 2017 | 26 minutes
Plunges us into the media battle that played out during the Algerian war for independence where cinema was mobilized as a weapon of political struggle against colonialism.
Icarus Films | 2023 | 94 minutes
Exposes the massacre, cover-up, and the years of denial of what was undoubtedly one of the darkest nights in the history of France.
Icarus Films | 1992 | 52 minutes
Chris Marker and Pierre Lhomme's legendary portrait of Paris and Parisians at the close of the Algerian war.
Icarus Films | 1963 | 145 minutes
Every day, thousands of miles from here, dozens of people are driven by an incredible sense of hope to set out with the intention of arriving in Europe. During the first few days of their crossing from Agadez to Djanet, from Niger into Algeria, these emigrants are forced to confront the time of the desert with its stases, its brutal accelerations and its mineral inertia. The ordeal they undergo turns them into undocumented immigrants.
Andana Films | 2008 | 46 minutes
Re-traces the birth of the Non-Aligned movement, examining how a global project of political emancipation was constituted by the cinematic image.
Icarus Films | 2023 | 100 minutes