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Best Foreign-Language Film Oscar submissions 2016

October 3, 2015

Entries for the Best Foreign-Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards.

 

Submissions for the Best Foreign-Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards are coming in and will continue until October, when the full list of eligible submissions will be revealed.

Last year, a record 83 countries submitted features and the eventual winner was Polish feature Ida, directed by Pawel Pawlikowski.

This year’s nominations must be submitted by Oct 1.

Nine finalists will be shortlisted, which will be whittled down to five nominees that will be announced on Jan 14, 2016.

The 88th Academy Awards will take place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on Feb 28, 2016.

Afghanistan: Utopia, Hassan Nazer
Albania: Bota, Iris Elezi, Thomas Logoreci
Austria: Goodnight Mommy, Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz

Bangladesh: Jalal’s Story, Abu Shahed Emon
Belgium: The Brand New Testament, Jaco Van Dormael
Bosnia & Herzegovina: Our Everyday Life, Ines Tanović
Brazil: The Second Mother, Anna Muylaert
Bulgaria: The Judgement, Stephan Komandarev

Cambodia: The Last Reel, Kulikar Sotho
Chile: The Club, Pablo Larraín
China: Wolf Totem, Jean-Jacques Annaud
Colombia: Embrace of the Serpent, Ciro Guerra
Croatia: The High Sun, Dalibor Matanić
Czech Republic: Home Care, Slávek Horák

Denmark: A War, Tobias Lindholm
Dominican Republic: Sand Dollars, Laura Amelia Guzmán, Israel Cárdenas

Estonia: 1944, Elmo Nüganen

Finland: The Fencer, Klaus Härö
France: Mustang, Deniz Gamze Ergüven

Georgia: Moira, Levan Tutberidze
Germany: Labyrinth of Lies, Giulio Ricciarelli
Greece: Xenia, Panos H. Koutras
Guatemala: Ixcanul Volcano, Jayro Bustamante

Hong Kong: To The Fore, Dante Lam
Hungary: Son of Saul, László Nemes

Iceland: Rams, Grímur Hákonarson
India: Court, Chaitanya Tamhane
Iraq: Memories on Stone, Shawkat Amin Korki
Ireland: Viva, Paddy Breathnach
Israel: Baba Joon, Yuval Delshad

Japan: 100 Yen Love, Masaharu Take
Jordan: Theeb, Naji Abu Nowar

Kazakhstan: Stranger, Ermek Tursunov
Kosovo: Babai, Visar Morina
Kyrgyzstan: Heavenly Nomadic, Mirlan Abdykalykov

Latvia: Modris, Juris Kursietis
Lebanon: Void, Tarek Korkomaz, Zeina Makki, Jad Beyrouthy, Christelle Ighniades, Salim Habr, Maria Abdel Karim, Naji Bechara
Lithuania: The Summer of Sangailė, Alantė Kavaitė
Luxembourg: Baby(a)lone, Donato Rotunno

Macedonia: Honey Night, Ivo Trajkov
Mexico: 600 Miles, Gabriel Ripstein
Montenegro: You Carry Me, Ivona Juka
Morocco: Aida, Driss Mrini

Nepal: Talakjung vs Tulke, Nischal Basnet
Netherlands: The Paradise Suite, Joost van Ginkel
Norway: The Wave, Roar Uthaug

Pakistan: Moor, Jami
Palestine: The Wanted 18, Paul Cowan, Amer Shomali
Panama: Box 25, Mercedes Arias, Delfina Vidal
Paraguay: Cloudy Times, Arami Ullon
Peru: NN, Héctor Gálvez
Phillipines: Heneral Luna, Jerrold Tarog
Poland: 11 Minutes, Jerzy Skolimowski
Portugal: Arabian Nights: Vol 2, Miguel Gomes

Romania: Aferim!, Radu Jude
Russia: Sunstroke, Nikita Mikhalkov

Serbia: Enclave, Goran Radovanović
Slovakia: Goat, Ivan Ostrochovský
Slovenia: The Tree, Sonja Prosenc
South Africa: The Two Of Us, Ernest Nkosi
South Korea: The Throne, Lee Joon-ik
Sweden: A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, Roy Andersson
Switzerland: Iraqi Odyssey, Samir

Taiwan: The Assassin, Hou Hsiao-Hsien
Thailand: How to Win at Checkers (Every Time), Josh Kim
Turkey: Sivas, Kaan Mujdeci

Venezuela: Gone with the River, Mario Crespo

 

 

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