Lebanon picks Labaki pic for Oscars

"Where Do We Go Now?' screens at Toronto

TORONTO — Nadine Labaki’s ”Where Do We Go Now?,” receiving its North American preem Saturday at the Toronto film festival, has been selected as Lebanon’s 2011 entry for the Best Foreign Language Academy Award.

”Where,” which follows a group of women who unite to protect their isolated mining community from outside conflict, world-preemed at Cannes’ Un Certain Regard program earlier this year. Pathe International is selling the pic in Toronto.

Labaki’s feature bow ”Carmel” screened at the 2007 Toronto fest.

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