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Outside the Law / Hors-la-loi

Year of release: 2010

Directed by: Rachid Bouchareb

Bouchareb's film tells the story of Algerian resistance against French colonial rule through the microcosm of a family, consisting of three brothers, Messaoud, Abdelkader, Saïd and their fragile old mother.  Tracing the colonial history and its effect upon the Algerian family between 1925, when the family is evicted from their land, and 1962, when Algeria achieved independence, the film's main focus is the period between 1955, when the family relocate to a shanty town in Nanterre and Abdelkader becomes one of the figureheads of the FLN. 

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Filed under: History | Maghrebi French | Sons

Rage / Wut

Year of release: 2006

Directed by: Züli Aladag

Züli Aladag's controversial made-for-television film Rage imagines the encounter between a white middle-class German family and a young Turkish migrant, who intrudes into the family and terrorises them, as an escalation of violence that challenges the liberal values of the hegemonic family.

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Filed under: Coming of age | Crime | Fathers | Patriarchy | Secrets | Sons | Turkish German

Rotkohl und Blaukraut (Turkish Kraut)

Year of release: 2011

Directed by: Anna Hepp

Anna Hepp's documentary portrait of two families with German and Turkish backgrounds living in Germany’s Ruhr district examines the social network of the protagonists and portrays them as people who build a bridge between two cultures, religions and traditions.

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Filed under: Turkish German


Year of release: 2000

Directed by: Philippe Faucon

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'Outside if France, in here is Algeria'. (courtesy of Pyramide Distribution)

Based on Soraya Nini’s semi-autobiographical novel Ils disent que je suis une beurette (1993) and directed by Philippe Faucon (apied noir director), the film narrates the identity struggles of 15-year-old Samia, who grows up in the banlieue of Marseille, intensely oppressed by her eldest brother Yacine, who has been designated by his father to act as the head of the family while he is in hospital.

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Filed under: Coming of age | Maghrebi French | Patriarchy

Shirin’s Wedding / Shirins Hochzeit

Year of release: 1975

Directed by: Helma Sanders-Brahms

Set in 1971, the film centres on Shirin, a young woman from a poor family in rural Anatolia, who elopes from a marriage with a local administrator arranged by her paternal uncles while her father is in prison. Despite its pertinent title, the film does not actually feature a wedding ceremony. 

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Filed under: Patriarchy | Turkish German | Wedding / Marriage


Year of release: 2002

Directed by: Fatih Akin

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Gigi returns to Solino and marries Ada

Solino is the name of a small Italian town and the place where the film begins and ends. From here, the Amato family – consisting of father Romano, mother Rosa and their sons Gigi and Giancarlo – set off in search of a new and economically more prosperous life in Germany. The film essentially depicts the experience of Italian guest workers who were ‘invited’ by the German government in the 1950s and sixties to contribute with their labour force to the economic miracle. 

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Filed under: Fathers | History | Journey | Mothers | Wedding / Marriage

Son of Babylon

Year of release: 2009

Directed by: Mohammed Al Daridji

This Iraqi road movie is directed by a Baghdad-born moviemaker who learned his craft in Britain. It's a gruelling, unsentimental film in a neo-realist vein, with finance from eight different countries, that follows a journey the length of Iraq made in 2003 a few weeks after the overthrow of Saddam Hussein. The travellers are a middle-aged Kurdish woman and her 12-year-old grandson, Ahmed, and their objective is to discover whether her son/his father, missing since the first Gulf war, is alive in a recently opened prison camp near the border with Kuwait or dead in a mass grave nearby. 

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Filed under: Coming of age | Sons

Tea in the Harem / Le thé au harem d’Archiméde

Year of release: 1985

Directed by: Mehdi Charef

Based on Mehdi Charef's novel of the same title, Charef's début feature film tells the story of Majid, a young beur, who lives with his family in one of the housing estates of the Parisian banlieue.

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Filed under: Coming of age | Crime | Maghrebi French

The Adventures of Felix / Drôle de Félix

Year of release: 2000

Directed by: Olivier Ducastel, Jacques Martineau

When Felix, a gay, HIV-positive man of mixed French Maghrebi descent, loses his job in Dieppe he takes the opportunity to embark  upon a journey in search of his father, whom he never met.

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Filed under: Fathers | Journey | Maghrebi French | Queer diaspora

The Daughter of Keltoum / La fille de Keltoum

Year of release: 2001

Directed by: Mehdi Charef

The film tells the story of Railla, born in a remote village in Algeria and adopted by a Swiss couple shortly after her birth. Aged nineteen, the beautiful Railla is intent on finding her mother Keltoum in order to confront her about having abandoned her.

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Filed under: Daughters | Journey | Maghrebi French | Mothers | Secrets

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