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    Official list of accepted submission has been published.

    Albania: Open Door (dir. Florenc Papas)
    Argentine: The Sleepwalkers (dir. Paula Hernández)
    Armenia: Songs of Solomon (dir. Arman Nshanian)
    Austria: What We Wanted (dir. Ulrike Kofler)
    Bangladesh: Sincerly Yours, Dhaka (dir. 11 directors)
    Belgium: Working Girls (dir. Anne Paulicevich & Frédéric Fonteyne)
    Bolivia: Chaco (dir. Diego Mondaca)
    Bosnia and Herzegovina: Quo Vadis, Aida? (dir. Jasmila Žbanić)
    Brazil: Babenco – Tell Me When I Die (dir. Bárbara Paz)
    Bulgaria: The Father (dir. Kristina Grozeva & Petar Valchanov)
    Cambodia: Fathers (dir. Huy Yaleng)
    Cameroon: The Fisherman’s Diary (dir. Enah Johnscott)
    Canada: 14 Days, 12 Nights (dir. Jean-Philippe Duval)
    Chile: The Mole Agent (dir. Maite Alberdi)
    China: Leap (dir. Peter Ho-Sun Chan)
    Colombia: El Olvido Que Seremos (Memories of My Father) (dir. Fernando Trueba)
    Costa Rica: Land of Ashes (dir. Sofia Quiros)
    Croatia: Extracurricular (dir. Ivan-Goran Vitez)
    Cuba: Buscando a Casal (dir. Jorge Luis Sánchez)
    Czech Republic: Charlatan (dir. Agnieszka Holland)
    Denmark: Another Round (dir. Thomas Vinterberg)
    Dominican Republic: A State of Madness (dir. Leticia Tonos)
    Ecuador: Emptiness (dir. Paúl Venegas)
    Egypt: When We’re Born (dir. Tamer Ezzat)
    Estonia: The Last Ones (dir. Veiko Õunpuu)
    Finland: Tove (dir. Zaida Bergroth)
    France: Two of Us (dir. Filippo Meneghetti)
    Georgia: Beginning (dir. Dea Kulumbegashvili)
    Germany: And Tomorrow the Entire World (dir. Julia von Heinz)
    Greece: Apples (dir. Christos Nikou)
    Guatemala: La Llorona (dir. Jayro Bustamante)
    Honduras: Days of Light (dir. anthology with 6 directors)
    Hong Kong: Better Days (dir. Derek Tsang)
    Hungary: Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Period of Time (dir. Lili Horváth)
    Iceland: Agnes Joy (dir. Silja Hauksdóttir)
    India: Jallikattu (dir. Lijo Jose Pellissery)
    Indonesia: Impetigore (dir. Joko Anwar)
    Iran: Sun Children (dir. Majid Majidi)
    Ireland: Arracht (dir. Tom Sullivan)
    Israel: Asia (dir. Ruthy Pribar)
    Italy: Notturno (dir. Gianfranco Rosi)
    Ivory Coast: Night of the Kings (dir. Philippe Lacôte)
    Japan: True Mothers (dir. Naomi Kawase)
    Jordan: 200 Meters (dir. Ameen Nayfeh)
    Kazakhstan: The Crying Steppe (dir. Marina Kunarova)
    Kenya: The Letter (dir. Maia Lekow & Chris King)
    Kosovo: Exile (dir. Visnar Morina)
    Kyrgyzstan: Running to the Sky (dir. Mirlan Abdykalykov)
    Lebanon: Broken Keys (dir. Jimmy Keyrouz)
    Latvia: Blizzard of the Souls (dir. Dzintars Dreibergs)
    Lesotho: This Is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection (dir. Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese)
    Lithuania: Nova Lituania (dir. Karolis Kaupinis)
    Luxembourg: River Tales (dir. Julie Schroell)
    Malaysia: Roh (dir. Emir Ezwan)
    Mexico: I’m No Longer Here (dir. Fernando Frias)
    Mongolia: Veins of the World (dir. Byambasuren Davaa)
    Montenegro: Breasts (dir. Marija Perović)
    Morocco: The Unknown Saint (dir. Alaa Eddine Aljem)
    the Netherlands: Buladó (dir. Eché Janga)
    Nigeria: The Milkmaid (dir. Desmond Ovbiagele)
    North Macedonia: Willow (dir. Milcho Manchevski)
    Norway: Hope (dir. Maria Sødahl)
    Pakistan: Circus of Life (dir. Sarmad Sultan Koosat)
    Palestine: Gaza Mon Amour (dir. Arab Nasser & Tarzan Nasser)
    Panama: Operation Just Cause (dir. Luis Franco Brantley & Luis Pacheco)
    Paraguay: Killing the Dead (dir. Hugo Giménez)
    Peru: Song without a Name (dir. Melina León)
    Philippines: Mindanao (dir. Brillante Mendoza)
    Poland : Never Gonna Snow Again (dir. Małgorzata Szumowska)
    Portugal: Vitalina Varela (dir. Pedro Costa)
    Romania: Collective (dir. Alexander Nanau)
    Russia: Dear Comrades! (dir. Andrey Konchalovsky)
    Saudi Arabia: Scales (dir. Shahad Ameen)
    Senegal: Nafi’s Father (dir. Mamadou Dia)
    Serbia: Dara of Jasenovac (dir. Predrag Antonijević)
    Singapore: Wet Season (dir. Anthony Chen)
    Slovakia: The Auschwitz Report (dir. Peter Bebjak)
    Slovenia: Stories from the Chestnut Woods (dir. Gregor Bozic)
    South Korea: The Man Standing Next (dir. Min-ho Woo)
    Spain: The Endless Trench (dir. Aitor Arregi, Jon Garaño & Jose Mari Goenaga)
    South Africa: Toorbos (dir. Rene van Rooyen)
    Sudan: You Will Die at 20 (dir. Amjad Abu Alala)
    Suriname: Wiren (dir. Ivan Tai-Apin)
    Sweden: Charter (dir. Amanda Kernell)
    Switzerland: My Little Sister (dir. Stéphanie Chuat & Véronique Reymond)
    Taiwan: A Sun (dir. Mong-Hong Chung)
    Thailand: Happy Old Year (dir. Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit)
    Tunisia: The Man Who Sold His Skin (dir. Kaouther Ben Hania)
    Turkey: Miracle in Cell No. 7 (dir. Mehmet Ada Öztekin)
    Ukraine: Atlantis (dir. Valentyn Vasyanovych)
    Uruguay: Alelí (dir. Leticia Jorge)
    Venezuela: Once Upon a Time in Venezuela (dir. Anabel Rodriguez Rios)
    Vietnam: Dreamy Eyes (dir. Victor Vũ)

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    I wonder if there are regrets of not sending The Life Ahead to Best International Film?

    They may feel that Notturno is a better film but it has not made much noise. To top it off, the film has scored much lower on Rotten Tomatoes than The Life Ahead and has not earned as many nominations, I believe.

    The Life Ahead made it to Netflix top 10 in 37 countries and stars Sophia Loren. It is also directed by the son of Loren and the legendary Carlo Ponti Sr. That’s legacy right there.

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    I absolutely love that Bulgaria submitted a film with Maria Bakalova in it.

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    I absolutely love that Bulgaria submitted a film with Maria Bakalova in it.

    That also goes by the same name as the one with one of her main competitors.

    Letterboxd: Ray_In_Bruges

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    I thought Malaysia’s Entry shared its name with the latest Pixar Movie,according to Wikipedia

    "Dearest Anita,..."failing to nominated for HK Film Awards is unjust

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    The shortlist:
    Bosnia and Herzegovina, “Quo Vadis, Aida?”
    Chile, “The Mole Agent”
    Czech Republic, “Charlatan”
    Denmark, “Another Round”
    France, “Two of Us”
    Guatemala, “La Llorona”
    Hong Kong, “Better Days”
    Iran, “Sun Children”
    Ivory Coast, “Night of the Kings”
    Mexico, “I’m No Longer Here”
    Norway, “Hope”
    Romania, “Collective”
    Russia, “Dear Comrades!”
    Taiwan, “A Sun”
    Tunisia, “The Man Who Sold His Skin”

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    Predictions:

    Another Round
    Collective
    Dear Comrades!
    I’m No Longer Here
    Quo Vadis, Aida?

     

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    😒😑🤢

    lol, of course they didn’t.

    Anyway, there’s like two good films on that list, and two others that are okay. Nothing great, naturally, but certainly lots of bad to go around.

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    😒😑🤢

    lol, of course they didn’t.

    Anyway, there’s like two good films on that list, and two others that are okay. Nothing great, naturally, but certainly lots of bad to go around.

    Do you like anything?.svg” class=”emoji”

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    Collective will be this year’s Honeyland and get both nominations.

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    Do you like anything?.svg” class=”emoji”

    Haha I like plenty, but yeah, my tastes are very different than those of the awards bodies. And I like to make fun of them for it.

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    Collective will be this year’s Honeyland and get both nominations.

    I feel like it’s a bit too dry to make the foreign top 5. Honeyland felt like a narrative film, it had much more cinematic visuals.

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    I can’t believe Portugal still doesn’t have a nomination. Brazil misses again but I had no hope in Babenco anyway. Bárbara Paz looks a promising filmmaker though and I hope she keeps making films.

    More luck for us Portuguese speakers next year 🇧🇷🇵🇹💀

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    I can’t believe Portugal still doesn’t have a nomination. Brazil misses again but I had no hope in Babenco anyway. Bárbara Paz looks a promising filmmaker though and I hope she keeps making films. More luck for us Portuguese speakers next year 🇧🇷💀

    Tell me about it. It’s ridiculous. But tbh some of our choices were also appauling as hell. But I really had high hopes for Vitalina Varela. It was a perfect submission. We really needed the executive committee. Lets hope our luck changes next year.

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    Denmark, “Another Round”
    Guatemala, “La Llorona”
    Ivory Coast, “Night of the Kings”
    Russia, “Dear Comrades!”
    Taiwan, “A Sun”

    I just love movies. And awards.

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