Best Foreign Language Film

Updated: September 18, 2017

AND THE PREDICTED NOMINEES ARE

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“Loveless” (Sony Pictures Classics)
Alexander Rodnyansky, Sergey Melkumov, Gleb Fetisov

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OFFICIAL SUBMISSIONS

  • AUSTRIA – “Happy End” (Sony Pictures Classics) – dir. Michael Haneke
  • AZERBAIJAN – “Pomegranate Orchard” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Igar Najaf
  • BELGIUM – “Racer and the Jailbird” (NEON) – dir. Michael R. Roskam
  • BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA – “Men Don’t Cry” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Alen Drljević
  • BRAZIL – “Bingo, the King of the Mornings” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Daniel Rezende
  • BULGARIA – “Glory” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov
  • CAMBODIA – “First They Killed My Father” (Netflix) – dir. Angelina Jolie
  • CHILE – “A Fantastic Woman” (Sony Pictures Classics) – dir. Sebastián Lelio
  • COLOMBIA – “Pariente” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Ivan Gaona
  • CROATIA – “Quit Staring at My Plate” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Hana Jušić
  • CZECH REPUBLIC – “Ice Mother” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Bohdan Sláma
  • DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – “Woodpeckers” (Outside Pictures) – dir. José María Cabral
  • EGYPT – “Sheikh Jackson” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Amir Salama
  • ESTONIA – “November” (Oscilloscope) – dir. Rainer Sarnet
  • FINLAND – “Tom of Finland” (Kino Lorber) – dir. Dome Karukoski
  • GEORGIA – “Scary Mother” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Ana Urushadze
  • GERMANY – “In the Fade” (Magnolia Pictures) – dir. Fatih Akin
  • GREECE – “Amerika Square” (Corinth Films) – dir. Yannis Sakaridis
  • HUNGARY – “On Body and Soul” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Ildikó Enyedi
  • IRAQ – “The Dark Wind” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Hussein Hassan
  • IRELAND – “Song of Granite” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Pat Collins
  • JAPAN – “Her Love Balls Bathwater” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Ryōta Nakano
  • KOSOVO – “The Unwanted” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Edon Rizvaloni
  • LAOS – “Dearest Sister” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Mattie Do
  • LATVIA – “The Chronicles of Melanie” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Viestur Kairish
  • LEBANON – “The Insult” (No U.S. Distribution) – Ziad Doueiri
  • LITHUANIA – “Frost” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Saraunas Bartas
  • LUXEMBOURG – “Barrage” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Laura Schroeder
  • MEXICO – “Tempestad” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Tatiana Huezo
  • MOROCCO – “Razzia” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Nabil Ayouch
  • NEPAL – “White Sun” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Deepak Rauniyar
  • NETHERLANDS – “Layla M.” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Mijke de Jong
  • NORWAY – “Thelma” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Joachim Trier
  • PAKISTAN – “Saawan” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Farhan Alam
  • PALESTINE – “Wajib” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Annemarie Jacir
  • POLAND – “Spoor” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Agnieszka Holland
  • PORTUGAL – “Saint George” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Marco Martins
  • ROMANIA – “The Fixer” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Adriana Sitaru
  • SERBIA – “Requiem for Mrs. J.” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Bojan Vuletić
  • SOUTH KOREA – “A Taxi Driver” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Jang Hoon
  • SPAIN – “Summer 1993” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Carla Simon
  • SWEDEN – “The Square” (Magnolia Pictures) – dir. Ruben Östlund
  • SWITZERLAND – “The Divine Order” (Kino Lorber) – dir. Petra Biondina Volpe
  • THAILAND – “By the Time It Gets Dark” (No U.S. Distribution) – Anocha Suwichakornpong
  • TURKEY – “Ayla” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Can Ulkay
  • UKRAINE – “Black Level” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Valentyn Vasyanovych
  • UNITED KINGDOM – “My Pure Land” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Sarman Masud
  • VENEZUELA – “El Inca” (No U.S. Distribution) – dir. Ignacio