Nelson Mandela, a former president of South Africa, was arguably one of the world’s most influential leaders. Click continue for a summary of great movies and documentaries that have honored his life to date.
Nelson Mandela: Free at Last: An 80-minute documentary on Nelson Mandela’s struggle against the apartheid, with rare footage, interviews, and his first speech after release from prison.
Invictus: Nelson Mandela, in his first term as the South African [resident, initiates a unique venture to enlist the national rugby team on a mission to win the 1995 Rugby World Cup; all in hopes of uniting the apartheid-torn land.
Long Walk to Freedom: Nelson Mandela’s life story is told in this Justin Chadwick-directed drama starring Idris Elba.
Nelson Mandela’s AIDS Day Concert: The Event: On Saturday, Nov. 29, 2003, a concert was held at the Green Point Stadium in South Africa, where more than 30 artists banded together to present a wake-up call to the world using Nelson Mandela’s prison number, to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS.
Mandela in America: A 90-minute documentary of Nelson Mandela’s visit to the United States, including memorable public and private moments of his trip from Yankee Stadium to the White House.
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