Kif Tebbi is a 1928 Italian silent war film directed by Mario Camerini. The film portrays the Italo-Turkish War. A young Italian-educated Libyan nobleman is summoned to fight for the Ottoman Empire when war breaks out in 1911, but eventually decides to change sides and support Italy.
The film promoted the Italian Fascist regime's imperial policies in Libya and in wider Africa. While privately funded (although the government supported its production) the film anticipated future collaborations between the film industry and the Italian state.