Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Golden Globe's Foreign-Language Film Competition

Here are the films that are eligible to compete in the Best Foreign Language Film race at the upcoming Golden Globe Awards.  Blue is the Warmest Color fans (my review is coming up soon) can rejoice, even though it's not eligible for this years Oscars race in that category.
(Oscar submissions in bold)

  • 8-Ball (Finland)
  • 15 Years and One Day (Spain)
  • Above Dark Waters (Finland)
  • Aglaya (Hungary)
  • All God's Children (Moldova)
  • Another House (Canada)
  • The Attack (Lebanon)
  • Augustine (France)
  • Bethlehem (Israel)
  • Blue is the Warmest Color (France)
  • The Broken Circle Breakdown (The Netherlands)
  • Boy Eating the Bird's Food (Greece)
  • Burning Bush (Czech Republic)
  • The Butterfly's Dream (Turkey
  • Child's Pose (Romania)
  • Circles (Serbia)
  • The Cleaner (Peru)
  • The Disciple (Finland)
  • Fall of Ming (China)
  • Gabrielle (Canada)
  • The German Doctor (Argentina)
  • Gloria (Chile) 
  • The Great Beauty (Italy)
  • The Grandmaster (Hong Kong)
  • Horses of God (Morocco)
  • The Hunt (Denmark)
  • I Am Yours (Norway)
  • Ilo Ilo (Singapore)
  • Juvenile Offender (South Korea)
  • The Last Call (Mexico)
  • Like Father, Like Son (Japan)
  • The Lunchbox (India)
  • Man of Tai Chi (China/US)
  • More Than Honey (Switzerland)
  • Mother, I Love You (Latia)
  • Omar (Palestine)
  • The Past (Iran)
  • Renoir (France)
  • The Rocket (Australia)
  • Stalingrad (Russia)
  • Transit (The Philippines)
  • Two Lives (Germany)
  • Wadjda (Saudi Arabia)
  • Walesa. Man of Hope (Poland)
  • What If (Greece)
  • The Wind Rises (Japan)

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