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Encyclopedia > Submissions for the 69th Academy Award for Best Foreign Film

The following 39 films, all from different countries, were submitted for the 69th Academy Awards in the category Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film (release at the country of origin November 1, 1995 - October 31, 1996, ceremony 1997). The bolded titles were the five nominated films, which came from the Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Norway and Russia. 69th Academy Awards® Monday, March 24, 1997 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California Host Billy Crystal Crew Producer: Gil Cates Director: Louis J. Horvitz Duration X hours, XX minutes The 69th Academy Awards® were dominated by movies produced by independent studios, financed outside of mainstream Hollywood, leading to... The Academy Award (Oscar) for Best Foreign Language Film is a yearly US award for the best non-English film released in the period October - September in the country of origin. ...

  • AlbaniaColonel Bunker — Kujtim Çashku, director
  • AlgeriaSalut cousin! — Merzak Allouache, director
  • ArgentinaEva Peron — Juan Carlos Desanzo, director
  • AustraliaFloating LifeClara Law director
  • AustriaHannah ; Reihard Schhwabenitzky , director;
  • BelarusFrom Hell to Hell — Dmitri Astrakhan, director
  • BelgiumThe 8th Day — Jaco Van Dormael, director
  • BrazilTieta do Agreste — Carlos Diegues, director
  • CanadaSous-sol (Not Me!) — Pierre Gang, director
  • ColombiaOedipus Mayor — Jorge Alí Triana, director
  • CroatiaNausikaya — Vicko Ruic, director
  • CubaThink of Me — Arturo Sotto Díaz, director
  • Czech RepublicKolya (winner) — Jan Sverak, director
  • DenmarkHamsun — Jan Troell , director
  • FinlandDrifting CloudsAki Kaurismaki, director (withdrawn by the director before official screenings began)
  • France — Ridicule (film) — Patrice Leconte, director
  • Georgia (country) — The Cook in Love — Nana Djordjadze, director
  • GermanyThe Deathmaker — Romuald Karmakar , director
  • Hong KongHu-Du-Men — Shu Kei, director
  • HungaryVaska Easoff — Peter Gothar, director
  • IcelandDevil's Island — Friðrik Þór Friðriksson, director
  • IndiaIndianS. Shankar, director
  • IsraelSaint Clara — Ari Folman & Ori Siva, directors
  • ItalyMy Generation — Wilma Labate, director;
  • JapanGakko IIYoji Yamada , director
  • MexicoBetween Pancho Villa and a Naked Woman — Sabrina Berman & Isabelle Tardan, directors
  • The NetherlandsLong Live the Queen — Esmé Lammers, director
  • NorwayOther Side of Sunday (film) — Berit Otto Nesheim, director
  • PhilippinesDead Sure — Tikoy Aguiluz , director
  • PolandIn Full Gallop — Krzysztof Zanussi, director
  • RomaniaState of Things — Stere Gulea, director
  • RussiaPrisoner of the MountainsSergei Bodrov, director
  • SloveniaFelix — Bozo Sprajc, director
  • SpainBwana — Imanol Uribe, director
  • SwedenJerusalem — Billie August, director
  • SwitzerlandLes Agneaux — Marcel Schupbach, director
  • TaiwanTonight Nobody Goes Home — Sylvia Chang, director
  • VietnamGone, Gone Forever Gone — Ho Quang Minh, director
  • YugoslaviaPretty Village, Pretty Flame — Srdjan Dragojevic, director

 
 

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