When writer Jeremy Larner won his Oscar for penning "The Candidate" in 1973, it was long before campaigning and handicapping had become such an intrinsic part of the race. Oscars were important to a…
Some 63 countries, including first-time entrant New Zealand, have submitted films for consideration in the foreign language film category for the 84th Academy Awards, which will be held Feb. 26 at…
The U.K. has selected "Patagonia" by Welsh director Marc Evans as its submission for the foreign-language Oscar.
Estonia has submitted helmer Sulev Keedus' psychological character study "Letters to Angel" for consideration for foreign-lingo Oscar.
With the passing of Monday's deadline, the race for the foreign-language film Oscar is shaping up with some 59 entries announced, including a first for New Zealand.
Eric Khoo's "Tatsumi," an animated docu portrait of the manga artist, will represent Singapore in the foreign-language film category at the 84th Academy Awards.
Macedonia has selected as its Oscar foreign-lingo entry Vladimir Blazevski's "Punk's Not Dead," a scrappy road movie that evokes the same fiercely independent spirit that typifies this small Balkan…
The Dominican Republic's chances of a foreign Oscar slot were scuttled over a technicality when the island nation entered "La hija natural" (Love Child) on Monday, the deadline.
Tyro helmer-scribe Tusi Tamasese's Samoan-lingo "The Orator" (O le tulafale) has become New Zealand's first foreign-language Oscar entry.
Khaled El Hagar's "Lust," Egypt's submission in the foreign-language film Oscar race, has been called eerily prophetic.
Fernando Spiner's Western "Aballay, el hombre sin miedo" (Aballay, the Man Without Fear) was unveiled Monday as Argentina's candidate for Oscar nomination in the foreign-language film category.
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