The List: 76 Foreign Language Films In Contention

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FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION: 76 FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILMS

  1. Afghanistan, “Wajma – An Afghan Love Story,” Barmak Akram
  2. Albania, “Agon,” Robert Budina
  3. Argentina, “The German Doctor,” Lucía Puenzo
  4. Australia, “The Rocket,” Kim Mordaunt
  5. Austria, “The Wall,” Julian Pölsler      **
  6. Azerbaijan, “Steppe Man,” Shamil Aliyev
  7. Bangladesh, “Television,” Mostofa Sarwar Farooki
  8. Belgium, “The Broken Circle Breakdown,” Felix van Groeningen      **
  9. Bosnia and Herzegovina, “An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker,” Danis Tanovic
  10. Brazil, “Neighboring Sounds,” Kleber Mendonça Filho     **
  11. Bulgaria, “The Color of the Chameleon,” Emil Hristov
  12. Cambodia, “The Missing Picture,” Rithy Panh
  13. Canada, “Gabrielle,” Louise Archambault
  14. Chad, “GriGris,” Mahamat-Saleh Haroun
  15. Chile, “Gloria,” Sebastián Lelio      **
  16. China, “Back to 1942,” Feng Xiaogang
  17. Colombia, “La Playa DC,” Juan Andrés Arango
  18. Croatia, “Halima’s Path,” Arsen Anton Ostojic
  19. Czech Republic, “The Don Juans,” Jiri Menzel
  20. Denmark, “The Hunt,” Thomas Vinterberg      **
  21. Dominican Republic, “Quien Manda?” Ronni Castillo
  22. Ecuador, “The Porcelain Horse,” Javier Andrade
  23. Egypt, “Winter of Discontent,” Ibrahim El Batout
  24. Estonia, “Free Range,” Veiko Ounpuu
  25. Finland, “Disciple,” Ulrika Bengts
  26. France, “Renoir,” Gilles Bourdos      **
  27. Georgia, “In Bloom,” Nana Ekvtimishvili and Simon Gross
  28. Germany, “Two Lives,” Georg Maas
  29. Greece, “Boy Eating the Bird’s Food,” Ektoras Lygizos
  30. Hong Kong, “The Grandmaster,” Wong Kar-wai      **
  31. Hungary, “The Notebook,” Janos Szasz
  32. Iceland, “Of Horses and Men,” Benedikt Erlingsson
  33. India, “The Good Road,” Gyan Correa
  34. Indonesia, “Sang Kiai,” Rako Prijanto
  35. Iran, “The Past,” Asghar Farhadi     **
  36. Israel, “Bethlehem,” Yuval Adler
  37. Italy, “The Great Beauty,” Paolo Sorrentino     **
  38. Japan, “The Great Passage,” Ishii Yuya
  39. Kazakhstan, “Shal,” Yermek Tursunov
  40. Latvia, “Mother, I Love You,” Janis Nords
  41. Lebanon, “Blind Intersections,” Lara Saba
  42. Lithuania, “Conversations on Serious Topics,” Giedre Beinoriute
  43. Luxembourg, “Blind Spot,” Christophe Wagner
  44. Mexico, “Heli,” Amat Escalante
  45. Moldova, “All God’s Children,” Adrian Popovici
  46. Montenegro, “Ace of Spades – Bad Destiny,” Drasko Djurovic
  47. Morocco, “Horses of God,” Nabil Ayouch
  48. Nepal, “Soongava: Dance of the Orchids,” Subarna Thapa
  49. Netherlands, “Borgman,” Alex van Warmerdam
  50. New Zealand, “White Lies,” Dana Rotberg
  51. Norway, “I Am Yours,” Iram Haq
  52. Pakistan, “Zinda Bhaag,” Meenu Gaur and Farjad Nabi
  53. Palestine, “Omar,” Hany Abu-Assad
  54. Peru, “The Cleaner,” Adrian Saba
  55. Philippines, “Transit,” Hannah Espia
  56. Poland, “Walesa. Man of Hope,” Andrzej Wajda
  57. Portugal, “Lines of Wellington,” Valeria Sarmiento
  58. Romania, “Child’s Pose,” Calin Peter Netzer
  59. Russia, “Stalingrad,” Fedor Bondarchuk
  60. Saudi Arabia, “Wadjda,” Haifaa Al Mansour     **
  61. Serbia, “Circles,” Srdan Golubovic
  62. Singapore, “Ilo Ilo,” Anthony Chen
  63. Slovak Republic, “My Dog Killer,” Mira Fornay
  64. Slovenia, “Class Enemy,” Rok Bicek
  65. South Africa, “Four Corners,” Ian Gabriel
  66. South Korea, “Juvenile Offender,” Kang Yi-kwan
  67. Spain, “15 Years Plus a Day,” Gracia Querejeta
  68. Sweden, “Eat Sleep Die,” Gabriela Pichler
  69. Switzerland, “More than Honey,” Markus Imhoof       **
  70. Taiwan, “Soul,” Chung Mong-Hong
  71. Thailand, “Countdown,” Nattawut Poonpiriya
  72. Turkey, “The Butterfly’s Dream,” Yilmaz Erdogan
  73. Ukraine, “Paradjanov,” Serge Avedikian and Olena Fetisova
  74. United Kingdom, “Metro Manila,” Sean Ellis
  75. Uruguay, “Anina,” Alfredo Soderguit
  76. Venezuela, “Breach in the Silence,” Luis Alejandro Rodríguez and Andrés Eduardo Rodríguez

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