Mountains of the Moon (1990)
Expedition to find the source of the Nile river in the name of Queen Victoria's British Empire
Stanley and Livingstone (1939)
1871; Am. newspaperman finds "lost" humanitarian (discontinued by the manufacturer)
Albert Schweitzer: Called to Africa (2006)
Nobel Peace Prize winner who, as a doctor, served the poor in today's Gabon starting in 1905
Albert Schweitzer (2009)
Yes, American anti-communists even tried to destroy Albert Schweitzer and Albert Einstein
The Mummy (1969)
An Upper-Egyptian clan in 1881 has been robbing a cache of mummies near Kurna
Outpost in Morocco (1949)
French Foreign Legion and colonialism in Morocco
Morocco (1930)
Foreign Legion film (with Marlene Dietrich)
Beau Geste (1939)
French Foreign Legion
Legionnaire (1998)
The Foreign Legion's battles against Spanish Moroccan Berbers
March or Die (1977)
French Foreign Legion against the Arabs in Morocco
La batalla de los Tres Reyes (1990)
The Battle of Alcácer Quibir was fought in n. Morocco in 1578 pitting Abu Abdallah Mohammed II Saadi & King Sebastian of Portugal against Moroccan army under the new Sultan of Morocco
Another Sky (1954)
In the 1950s, an English woman becomes a paid companion of a wealthy expatriate and is changed by the mysteries of Morocco
Legion of Missing Men (1937)
Foreign Legion in Morocco fights against Arab tribes
Fort Saganne (1984)
1911,the adventures of Charles Saganne in the French Foreign Legion when he is posted to the Sahara in Algeria (& a little of WWI)
Rachida (2002)
A look at terrorism in the Algerian civil war through the eyes of Rachida, a teacher in one of the school districts.
Chocolat (1988)
Colonial racism in Cameroon
Sarraounia (1986)
Troops from the French Sudan in 1899 go up against the black Sultan Rabah in Cameroon
Camp de Thiaroye (1988)
In WWII African men fight bravely for France but are screwed by their oppressors once it is time for them to be discharged
Black and White in Color (1976)
French and German colonialists learn WWI has been on for seven months
Mandabi (1968)
In Senegal a man with 2 wives and 7 children receives a money order from Paris and is inundated by charity cases and thieves to his and his family's detriment
Little Senegal (2001)
A man in Senegal wants to visit his relatives in Little Senegal, New York City
Carl Peters (1941)
Colonialism, Tanzania
Chaimite (1953)
1894, Portuguese conquer Mozambique to counter the Vatuas insurgency
Non’, ou A Vã Glória de Mandar (1990)
1963 to 1975, Portugal fights to maintain its colonies (Angola, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau)
Nelio’s Story (1998)
A young boy, Nelio, who loses his entire family during a time of civil war in Mozambique
20.13: Purgatory (2006)
Mozambique, 24th of December 1969: who and why does someone kill a prisoner brought into headquarters by a Portuguese army patrol?
Coup de Torchon (1981)
Life in a French colony in Africa
Shaka Zulu (1986)
South Africa
1816-1828, feared leader of the South African Zulus
Shaka Zulu: The Citadel (2001)
South Africa
Follow up to Shaka Zulu (1987)
Untamed (1955)
South Africa
Boer trek through hostile S. Africa, 1835-1840 - Boers leave Cape Colony in the 'Great Trek' and found the Orange Free State and the Transvaal
Zulu Dawn (1979)
South Africa
Prequel to Zulu; massacre of the British, 1878-1879
Zulu (1964)
South Africa
1879 defense of the British Army outpost at Rorke's Drift against the Zulus
Rhodes (1936)
South Africa
British imperialist and developer of South Africa, Rhodesia and Northern Rhodesia
Rhodes (1996)
South Africa
Cecil Rhodes
Shangani Patrol (1970)
South Africa
1893, battalion of volunteer soldiers face the might of King Lobengula's army in Rhodesia
Breaker Morant (1980)
South Africa
1901 in the Transvaal, South Africa; during second Boer War (1899-1902)
Torn Allegiance (1984)
South Africa
In the Boer War, a British Lieutenant is upset that he has to burn out Boer farms and crops
That Englishwoman (1990)
South Africa
Story of Emily Hobhouse, who worked to improve health conditions for Boer women and children in detainment camps; detested in Britain, heroine in South Africa
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)
South Africa
An old soldier relives his life from the second Boer War through World Wars I and II
Young Winston (1972)
South Africa
Churchill that is
Gandhi (1982)
South Africa
First part deals with the early Gandhi, before 1915
Gandhi, My Father (2007)
South Africa
Gandhi and his eldest son's bad relationship ( in South Africa and India)
Elizabeth of Ladymead (1948)
South Africa
Four women in four different wars: Crimean War, Boer War, WWI and WWII
The Flame Trees of Thika (1981)
Life in colonial Kenya
The Ghost and the Darkness (1996)
Two man-eating lions delay the building of the railroad in 1899 Tsavo, Kenya
Out of Africa (1985)
Kenya, early 20th century with Danish writer Isak Dinesen
Nowhere in Africa (2001)
Jewish refugees establish a new life in Kenya during the Hitler reign
Something of Value (1957)
The Mau Mau rebellion in Kenya
Kitchen Toto (1987)
Mau Mau in Kenya
The Oath (2005)
Short film of the story of the mau mau
Simba (1955)
Allan comes back to Kenya and finds himself up against the Mau Mau
Hemingway, the Hunter of Death (2001)
Hemingway goes on a scientific expedition to Mt. Kenya during Mau-Mau rebellion
The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952)
Hemingway's story based on his own life experiences