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The Battle of Algiers is a 1966 Italian-Algerian historical war film co-written and directed by Gillo Pontecorvo and starring Jean Martin and Saadi Yacef. It was shot on location and the film's score was composed by Ennio Morricone
Start by marking Filmguide to the Battle of Algiers as Want to Read . Joan Mellen is the bestselling author of twenty books, including A Farewell to Justice, her biographical study of Jim Garrison s New Orleans investigation of the Kennedy assassination
Start by marking Filmguide to the Battle of Algiers as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Joan Mellen is the bestselling author of twenty books, including A Farewell to Justice, her biographical study of Jim Garrison s New Orleans investigation of the Kennedy assassination. She has written for a variety of publications, including the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, and Baltimore Sun.
Directed by Gillo Pontecorvo. With Brahim Hadjadj, Jean Martin, Yacef Saadi, Samia Kerbash. In the 1950s, fear and violence escalate as the people of Algiers fight for independence from the French government. Director: Gillo Pontecorvo.
For The Battle of Algiers, Pontecorvo and cinematographer Marcello Gatti filmed in black and white and experimented with various techniques to give the film the look of newsreel and documentary film. In addition, Pontecorvo used the sounds of gunfire, helicopters and truck engines to symbolize the French methods of battle, while bomb blasts, ululation, wailing and chanting symbolize the Algerian methods.
The Battle of Algiers is a 1966 Italian-Algerian historical war film co-written and directed by Gillo Pontecorvo. Posts about The Battle of Algiers (film). lt;p
Director: Gillo Pontecorvo. Starring: Ali La Pointe, Colonel Mathieu, El-hadi Jaffar and others. One of the most influential political films in history, The Battle of Algiers, by Gillo Pontecorvo, vividly re-creates a key year in the tumultuous Algerian struggle for independence from the occupying French in the 1950s. As violence escalates on both sides, children shoot soldiers at point-blank range, women plant bombs in cafés, and French soldiers resort to torture to break the will of the insurgents.
Mellen, Joan (1973). Film Guide to The Battle Algiers, p. 13. Indiana University Press. PierNico Solinas, "An Interview with Franco Solinas", in The Battle of Algiers booklet accompanying the Criterion Collection DVD release, p. 37. ISBN 978-0-253-29316-9. "The 39th Academy Awards (1967) Nominees and Winners". Retrieved 2011-11-09. mpire"The 100 Best Films Of World Cinema: 6. The Battle of Algiers", ^, Cahiers du cinéma (September 2004): 64–74.
In This Article The Battle of Algiers
In This Article The Battle of Algiers. Overviews and Biographies. The film was shot on location in Algiers in 1965, just three years after the war ended, with private financing from Italy and Algeria and with the support of the Algerian government. Contains interesting details on the film’s genesis and reception and on Pontecorvo’s intentions. Harrison, Nicholas, ed. Special Issue: Gillo Pontecorvo’s Battle of Algiers, 40 Years On.
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