Chile has sent Pablo Larrain's "No" to vie for a foreign language Oscar.
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Colombia's Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has entered helmer Carlos Moreno's drug crime thriller "El Cartel de los sapos" (The Cartel of Snitches) in the foreign Oscar race.
Jose Maria Cabral's "Jaque Mate" (Checkmate) will rep the Dominican Republic in the foreign language film category of the 85th Academy Awards.
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A committee led by Venezuelan film orgs Anac, Caveprol and Avepca has selected Hernan Jabes' "Rock, Paper, Scissors" (Piedra, papel o tijera) to represent Venezuela in the 85th Academy Awards foreign…
Twentieth Century Fox's first Chilean release, "Stefan v/s Kramer," is shattering local box office records.