"Entre les murs" (The Class) has been picked to rep France in the foreign-language film category at the 81st Academy Awards.
With the Oct. 1 deadline for foreign-language Oscar submissions looming, a slew of countries unveiled their choices this week.
"The Home of the Dark Butterflies," helmed by Dome Karukoski, has been picked as the Finnish entry for the foreign-language film Oscar.
Stargazers seeking an up-close glimpse of Hollywood's royalty can win seats on Oscar night along the red carpet.
Canada has submitted Montreal helmer Benoit Pilon's "The Necessities of Life," a French- and Innu-language film about an Inuit hunter with tuberculosis in 1950s Quebec, for consideration in the…
Gracia Querejeta's "Seven Billiards Tables," Jose Luis Cuerda's "The Blind Sunflowers" and Jose Luis Garci's "Sangre de mayo" have made the Spanish Academy's three-film shortlist for its…
The Croatian Society of Film Workers has picked "Niciji Sin" (No One's Son) as the country's entry in the race for the foreign-language film Oscar.
Uli Edel's terrorist drama "The Baader Meinhof Complex" has been selected as Germany's candidate for the foreign-language film Oscar.
Jan Troell's "Everlasting Moments" has been named Sweden's entry for the foreign language film Oscar contest.
At least a few viewers tuning into the 81st Annual Academy Awards may find static instead.
Goetz Spielmann's "Revanche" has been selected as Austria's entry for the foreign language film Oscar.