Civil Rights (South Africa)

Come Back, Africa (1959)
The rough life of the blacks in South Africa under apartheid in 1957
Cry, The Beloved Country (1995)
Tale of reconciliation between S. African black minister's son who murders white man; James Earl Jones
The Quarry (2000)
Racism leads to the arrest of the wrong man, a black man, for the murder of a rural gay pastor
Dingaka (1964)
White and black culture contrast in South Africa
Sarafina (1992)
Black student resistance in Soweto, South Africa
Bopha! (1993)
Black policeman in South Africa awakens to the fact that he works for a racist organization
Cry Freedom (1987)
Stephen Biko 1975-77, black leader of resistance to apartheid
The Biko Inquest (1984)
Based on inquest into the Biko assassination
Mandela (1987)
Danny Glover
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (2013)
Nelson Mandela's life journey
Mandela and De Klerk (1997)
The two who worked out a political answer to apartheid
Goodbye Bafana (2007)
Story of the special relationship between Mandela and James Gregory, his censor officer and prison guard
Winnie Mandela (2011)
Life of Mandela's wife, Winnie Mandela
Endgame (2009)
Covert discussions that brought down the Apartheid regime in South Africa
Dry, White Season (1989)
A white teacher finally awakens to the realities of the brutality of the apartheid system in South Africa, 1976
In My Country (2004)
Story set during the time of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings
Drum (2004)
Apartheid and the forced removal of residents from Sophiatown
A World Apart (1988)
A white teenage daughter comes to terms with her father and mother's work against apartheid in South Africa
Catch a Fire (2006)
1980, South African wrongly accused of a crime, is tortured and becomes radicalized by his experience
Beat the Drum (2003)
A Zulu boy whose village has been devastated by AIDS goes to Johannesburg to find his long-lost uncle. Actors Junior Singo, Owen Sejake.
The World Unseen (2007)
The Indian community and its reaction to apartheid illustrated by the problems faced by two women establishing a relationship
Promised Land (2002)
Post-Apartheid era where some whites stick to their old racist ways
The Bang Bang Club (2010)
Four young photographers risk their lives to capture the bloody struggle against apartheid
Red Dust (2004)
South African female lawyer Sarah Barcant represents a member of Parliament in a Truth and Reconciliation Commission against his police torturer
Inside (1996)
A South Afrikaans political prisoner is tortured, but 10 years later his torturer is put in prison and questioned about his own past offenses