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    Albania: “Daybreak” by Gentian Koci
    Algeria: “Road to Istanbul” by Rachid Bouchareb
    Austria: “Happy End” by Michael Haneke
    Azerbaijan: “Pomegranate Orchard” by Ilgar Najaf
    Belgium: “Racer and the Jailbird” by Michael R. Roskam
    Bolivia: “Dark Skull” by Kiro Russo
    Bosnia and Herzegovina: “Men Don’t Cry” by Alena Drljevica
    Brazil: “Bingo: The King of the Mornings” by Daniel Rezende
    Bulgaria: “Glory” by K. Grozeva and P. Valchanov
    Cambodia: “First They Killed My Father” by Angelina Jolie
    Chile: “A Fantastic Woman” by Sebastian Lelio
    Colombia: “Guilty Men” by Ivan Gaona
    Croatia: “Quit Staring at My Plate” by Hana Jusić
    Czech Republic: “Ice Mother” by Bohdan Slama
    Denmark: “You Disappear” by Peter Schonau Fog
    Dominican Republic: “Woodpeckers” by Jose Maria Cabral
    Ecuador: “Alba” by Ana Cristina Barragan
    Egypt: “Sheikh Jackson” by Amr Salama
    Estonia: “November” by Rainer Sarnet
    Finland: “Tom of Finland” by Dome Karukoski
    France: “120 Beats per Minute” by Robin Campillo
    Georgia: “Scary Mother” by Ana Urushadze
    Germany: “In the Fade” by Fatih Akin
    Greece: “Amerika Square” by Yannis Sakardis
    Hong Kong: “Mad World” by Wong Chun
    Hungary: “On Body and Soul” by Ildikó Enyedi
    Iceland: “Under the Tree” by Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurosson
    India: “Newton” by Amit V Masurkar
    Indonesia: “Leftovers” by Wicaksono Wisnu Legowo
    Iran: “Breath” by Narges Abyar
    Iraq: “The Dark Wind” by Hussein Hassan
    Ireland: “Song of Granite” by Pat Collins
    Israel: “Foxtrot” by Samuel Maoz
    Japan: “Her Love Boils Bathwater” by Ryota Nakano
    Kazakhstan: “Road to Mother” by Akan Satayev
    Kosovo: “Unwanted” by Edon Rizvanolli
    Laos: “Dearest Sister” by Matti Do
    Latvia: “The Chronicles of Melanie” by Viestur Kairish
    Lebanon: “The Insult” by Ziad Doueiri
    Lithuania: “Frost” by Sarunas Bartas
    Luxembourg: “Barrage” by Laura Schroeder
    Mexico: “Tempestad” by Tatiana Huezo
    Morocco: “Razzia” by Nabil Ayouch
    Nepal: “White Sun” by Deepak Rauniyar
    Netherlands: “Layla M.” by Mijke de Jong
    Norway: “Thelma” by Joachim Trier
    Pakistan: “Saawan” by Farhan Alam
    Palestine: “Wajib” by Annemarie Jacir
    Panama: “Beyond Brotherhood” by Arianne Benedetti
    Peru: “Rosa Chumbe” by Jonatan Relayze
    Poland: “Spoor” by Agnieszka Holland
    Portugal: “Saint George” by Marco Martins
    Romania: “The Fixer” by Adrian Sitaru
    Russia: “Loveless” by Andrey Zvyagintsev
    Serbia: “Requiem for Mrs. J” by Bojan Vuletić
    Slovakia: “The Line” by Peter Bebjak
    Slovenia: “The Miner” by Hanna Antonina Wójcik Slak
    South Korea: “A Taxi Driver” by Jang Hoon
    Spain: “Summer 1993” by Carla Simon
    Sweden: “The Square” by Ruben Ostlund
    Switzerland: “The Divine Order” by Petra Biondina Volpe
    Taiwan: “Small Talk” by Huang Hui-chen
    Thailand: “By the Time It Gets Dark” by Anocha Suwichakornpong
    Turkey: “Ayla: The Daughter of War” by Can Ulkay
    Ukraine: “Black Level” by Valentyn Vasyanovych
    United Kingdom: “My Pure Land” (in Urdu) by Sarmad Masud
    Uruguay: “Another Story of the World” by Guillermo Casanova
    Venezuela: “El Inca” by Ignacio Castillo Cottin
    Vietnam: “Father and Son” by Luong Dinh Dung

    Deadline: October 2nd, 2017.

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    Jake
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    Azerbaijan: “Pomegranate Orchard” by Ilgar Najaf
    Bosnia and Herzegovina: “Men Don’t Cry” by Alena Drljevica

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    Alex Meyer
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    Nepal has selected White Sun as their entry. http://deadline.com/2017/08/white-sun-nepal-foreign-language-oscar-entry-1202152833/

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    Marco B.
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    I’ve managed to watch Men Don’t Cry and I didn’t love it. I don’t think it has a chance, in any case.

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    Alex Meyer
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    Sweden has selected The Square as their entry. The film won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year. http://variety.com/2017/film/global/ruben-ostlunds-palme-dor-winning-the-square-set-to-represent-sweden-in-foreign-language-oscar-race-1202537057/

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    Rinolo Twenty-two
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    I read somewhere that “The Square” had a lot of english language dialogue, making it ineligible for this category.

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    GusCruz
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    I read somewhere that “The Square” had a lot of english language dialogue, making it ineligible for this category.

    Nope. Friends of mine who have seen it said only a small section is in English

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    Rinolo Twenty-two
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    Germany has selected In The Fade as their entry. Diane Kruger won Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year. http://variety.com/2017/film/news/fatih-akins-in-the-fade-selected-german-oscar-entry-1202537835/

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    Germany has selected In The Fade as their entry. Diane Kruger won Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year. http://variety.com/2017/film/news/fatih-akins-in-the-fade-selected-german-oscar-entry-1202537835/

    This sounds like one of those films that gets shortlisted and then misses out

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    Germany has selected In The Fade as their entry. Diane Kruger won Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year. http://variety.com/2017/film/news/fatih-akins-in-the-fade-selected-german-oscar-entry-1202537835/

    I hope this becomes a sort of Elle and gets Kruger nominated. I don’t think it is possible but oh well.

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    Jake
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    Good selections from Sweden and Germany recognizing their Cannes successes.

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    Rinolo Twenty-two
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    Belgium has selected Racer and the Jailbird as their entry. It will be screened out of competition at the Venice Film Festival this year. http://variety.com/2017/film/global/michael-r-roskams-racer-and-the-jailbird-to-vie-for-foreign-language-oscar-nomination-1202538931/

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    Jake
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    ^^Third film with Matthias Schoenaerts in competition, previous 2 got nominations in the past (“Daens” and “Bullhead”, the latter also directed by Michael R. Roskam). Adele Exarchopoulos of “Blue Is the Warmest Color” co-stars.

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    Alex Meyer
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    Ukraine has selected Black Level as their entry. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/oscars-ukraine-selects-black-level-foreign-language-category-1033573

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    Ukraine, Venezuela, Thailand and Palestine added.

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