Puerto Rico is sending Rafi Mercado's directorial debut "Miente" (Lie) to vie for a nomination in Oscar's foreign language category.
Georgia became one of the last countries to announce its nomination for best foreign language Oscar when it named Levan Koguashvili's feature debut "Street Days" just hours before Friday's deadline.
Argentine noir thriller "Carancho" will rep the country in the foreign-language Oscar race, and the second time that director Pablo Trapero has a movie in the hunt.
Rachid Bouchareb's "Outside the Law" is Algeria's selection for the foreign-language Oscar.
Uruguay has opted to send Federico Veiroj's romantic comedy "La vida util" (A Useful Life) to represent the country at the Foreign Oscars race.
Hilda Hidalgo's directorial debut "Del amor y otros demonios" (Of Love and Other Demons) is Costa Rica's contender for a foreign Oscar film nomination.
Alex Law Kai-yu's "Echoes of the Rainbow," a story about a family's triumph over adversity in 1960s Hong Kong, has been chosen to represent Hong Kong in the foreign-language category at the Oscars.
During the past few months, she's received a lifetime achievement award from BMI and Prince Charles has presented her with the Order of the British Empire at Buckingham Palace.
Friday is the deadline for submitting foreign language pics, live-action short films and animated shorts for Oscar consideration.
Joao Pedro Rodrigues' "To Die Like a Man," produced by Rosa Filmes, is Portugal's candidate for foreign film Oscar nomination.
Helmer Sonia Nassery Cole's "The Black Tulip" is Afghanistan's entry for a nomination in Oscar's foreign language category.