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The Battle of Algiers.  Gillo Pontecorvo (1966) Italian-Algerian historical film, Gillo Pontecorvo.

The Battle of Algiers is a 1966 war film based on occurrences during the Algerian War against The French Government in North Africa, the most prominent being the titular Battle of Algiers

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"The Battle of Algiers"1966

“The Battle Of Algiers” New Restoration Release

New 4K Re-Release Trailer for Gillo Pontecorvo’s ‘The Battle of Algiers’ http://best-fotofilm.blogspot.com/2016/09/new-4k-re-release-trailer-for-gillo.html  «We must isolate and destroy them.» Rialto Pictures has debuted a new trailer for the 50th anniversary 4K restored re-release of the 1966 classic war film The Battle of Algiers, directed by Gillo Pontecorvo. The film presents an accurate historical recreation of the three-year Battle of Algiers, chronicling the escalating terrorism and…

New Re-Release Trailer for Gillo Pontecorvo’s ‘The Battle of Algiers’

film still from "Battle of Algiers." Algerians used sexism against the french. Women in this film make decisions to kill for their freedom, using femininity itself as a weapon for access to targets.

The Battle of Algiers is still one of the only works of war cinema that thoroughly understands the architectural character of a city in combat, at once meticulously structured (through checkpoints, barriers, and routine patrols)

​Both Sides Now: On the Politics of Representation in Gillo Pontecorvo’s THE BATTLE OF ALGIERS | Tribeca

Fifty years ago, Gillo Pontecorvo's legendary political thriller humanized 'the enemy' and changed cinema forever.

The Battle of Algiers still

The Battle of Algiers still

John Huston - Renowned Director, nominated for 'Best Director Award' for  'The Asphalt Jungle', 1950.

John Marcellus Huston was an American film director screenwriter and actor. During his career Huston received 15 Oscar nominations and won twice.

Tod Browning (director) 'Freaks' 1932 Still photograph Courtesy of Praloran Collection, Zurich

Tod Browning (director) 'Freaks' 1932 Still photograph Courtesy of Praloran…

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