Independence Day (disambiguation)

Independence Day (disambiguation)

Independence Day is an annual celebration commemorating the anniversary of a nation's assumption of independent statehood.

Independence Day may also refer to:

In film:
* "Independence Day" (film), a 1996 film directed by Roland Emmerich
** "Independence Day UK", a UK radio special based on the film
* "Independence Day" (1983 film), a 1983 film starring Kathleen Quinlan

In literature:
* "Independence Day" (novel), a novel by Richard Ford
* "Independence Day" (Doctor Who), a "Doctor Who" novel by Peter Darvill-Evans

In music:
* "Independence Day" (song), a song by Martina McBride
* "Independence Day" (Bruce Springsteen song)
* "Independence Day", a song by David Byrne from "Rei Momo"
* "Independence Day", a song by Elliott Smith from "XO"
* "Independence Day", a song by Brave Saint Saturn from "So Far from Home"
* "Independence Day EP", an EP by The Bruisers

In television:
* "Independence Day" (Roswell), an episode of "Roswell"
* "Independence Day" (Dead Zone), an episode of "The Dead Zone"

ee also

* "Day of Independence", a 2003 short film aired as a PBS television special
* "Independents Day" (album), an album by Twiztid

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