Post-War Algeria: Independence

The Battle of Algiers (1966)
Italian-Algerian film about Algerian revolt against French, 1954-1962
Lost Command (1966)
French-Algerian guerilla warfare in North Africa
Overseas (1990)
French film about three sisters during the Algerian War
Three Algerian brothers are forced to go together to Paris, but there they continue the fight for the liberation of Algeria from French control
The Betrayal (2005)
French officer and recruits in Algerian War
Cache (2005)
Repressed memories of the aftermath of the Algerian War
Le Crabe-tambour (1977)
French war hero of French Indochina and Algeria
Nuit Noire (2005)
French massacre in Algeria
Le Petit Soldat (1963)
During the Algerian war, young French deserter gets involved with woman who is fighting for the other side
Chronicle of the Years of Fire (1975)
The Algerian War as seen through the eyes of a peasant
Muriel, or the Time of Return (1963)
A son and an ex-lover return from the Battle of Algiers and everything seems off-kilter
Would I Lie to You? (1997)
Movie about the pieds-noirs community (non-Algerian émigrés from Algeria)
The Day of the Jackal (1973)
1954-1962 De Gaulle and the Algerian War Fred Zinneman 1973 Edward Fox
A Captain’s Honor (1982)
Widow tries to restore her husband's reputation from an accusation of using torture in the Algerian War
The Colonel (2006)
A murder investigation reveals some terrible things about the Algerian War
The Algerian War for Independence seen through the eyes of a six year old
L’ennemi intime (2007)
Story of a French platoon in the Algerian War
Lumumba (2000)
Patrice Emery Lumumba rises to power following independence for the Congo from Belgium
Deserter (2002)
A young Englishman with romantic illusion joins the French Foreign Legion and fights in Algeria's battle for independence for France
The Other Shore (1997)
A pied noir (Frenchman born & raised in N. Africa) visits France but will go back to Algeria even though the fight for that country's independence heats up
La Question (1977)
Here the word "question" is used as a euphemism for torture; based on tortured Henri Alleg's small book about the French using torture on the Algerians
Of Gods and Men (2010)
Tragedy of 8 French Christian monks caught in the religious violence in Algeria who decide whether to leave or stay in the impoverished village