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Zabana!

Saïd Ould-Khelifa

Festival - Contemporary World Cinema





An impassioned, meticulously researched account of the short life of Algerian freedom fighter Ahmed Zabana, whose execution in 1956 by French colonial authorities ignited the "Battle of Algiers" — and the crucial phase of Algeria's struggle for independence.
Programmer's Note

On the morning of May 19, 1956, thirty-year-old Ahmed Zabana, an Algerian militant associated with the Front de Libération Nationale (FLN), was executed in Algiers by the French colonial administration as an example and a warning to other freedom fighters. Dragged into the prison courtyard, Zabana had his hands tied and was forced to kneel and lodge his neck inside the guillotine. Twice, the blade stopped in mid-descent, until the third attempt took his life. Zabana's execution — the first of many that day — galvanized the capital city and made Zabana into a national hero. Six months later, the Battle of Algiers erupted, and the country was launched onto the path that would eventually see Algeria throw off its colonial yoke.
Released in the year that marks the fiftieth anniversary of Algeria's independence, Zabana! is a tribute to one of the earliest heroes of the struggle for liberation. Writer Azzedine Mihoubi interviewed Zabana's relatives and close friends, and conducted extensive archival research in Algeria and France to craft this exactingly detailed account of the early days of the FLN. Opening with a thrilling restaging of the assault on the Oran post office in 1949 — the annunciating event of the decade-plus struggle to come — Zabana! pays homage to a number of Algerian national heroes rarely represented on screen (Aït Ahmed, Ahmed Ben Bella, Souïdani Boudjemaâ and Bakhti Nemiche, to cite only a few) and brings a documentarylike precision to its recreations of the court trials and the deliberations of the colonial magistrate commission, making public these little-known but vitally important chapters in the history of France's colonial rule.
The heart of the film lies with Zabana himself, as embodied by Imad Benchenni. Steering clear of didacticism or simplistic hero-worship, Mihoubi and director Saïd Ould-Khelifa present a Zabana who is at once fragile and steadfast, driven by the basic human impulse to fight for both his own dignity and that of his people. In the scenes between Zabana and his cellmate Ali Zaâmoum (Khaled Benaïssa), Mihoubi and Ould-Khelifa present an incisive glimpse of some of the darker chapters of the liberation struggle — especially the violent conflicts between the different militant groups that sought to assume leadership over the cause. Passionate and inspirational, Zabana! is an invaluable account of an historic struggle, and a long overdue treatment to an unsung national hero.
Rasha Salti


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Schedule announced August 21
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Director:Saïd Ould-KhelifaCountry:AlgeriaYear:2012Language:Arabic, FrenchRuntime:107 minutes
Producer:Yacine LalouiProduction Co.:Laith MediaPrincipal Cast:Imad Benchenni, Nicolas Pignon, Khaled Benaïssa, Laurent Gernigon, Abdelkader Djeriou
Screenplay:Azzedine Mihoubi & Saïd Ould-KhelifaCinematographer:Marc KoninckxEditor:Jean DubreuilSound:Franck FliesProd. Designer:Ramdan KacerInt. Sales Agent:WideTags

Drama | History | War | Human Rights | Arabic
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