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List of films dealing with Anarchism

This article is for films both fictional and non-fictional which focus on anarchism, anarchist movements and/or anarchist characters as a theme.

Contents

  • Films with actors and fictional films 1
  • Documentaries 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Films with actors and fictional films

Documentaries

See also

External links

  • "Anarchism and Film". A database created by Santiago Juan-Navarro and hosted by ChristieBooks
  • "A revolution in cinema?" by Duncan Campbell in The Guardian. An article dealing with anarchist films
  • "Anarchist films" by Anarcho. An article on the subject which includes the trailers of some important films
  • "Anarchist videos" by Anarchism.org
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