Magazine article Screen International

UPDATE: Best Foreign-Language Film Academy Award Submissions 2013

Magazine article Screen International

UPDATE: Best Foreign-Language Film Academy Award Submissions 2013

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Chile submits Berlinale winner Glora; New Zealand chooses Dana Rotberg's White Lies; Japan enters The Great Passage.

Submissions for the Best Foreign-Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards are coming in and will continue until October, when the full list of eligible submissions will be revealed.

Last year, a record 71 countries submitted features and the eventual winner was Austrian entry Amour, directed by Michael Haneke.

An initial nine finalists will be shortlisted, which will be whittled down to five nominees that will be announced on Jan 16, 2014.Submissions

* = new additions

Austria, The Wall, Julian Pölsler

Bulgaria, Colour of the Chameleon, Emil Hristov

* Chile, Gloria, Sebastián Lelio

Dominican Republic, Who's the Boss?, Ronni Castillo

Finland, Disciple, Ulrika Bengts

Georgia, In Bloom, Nana Ekvtimishvili, Simon Groß

Germany, Two Lives, Georg Maas

Greece, Boy Eating The Bird's Food, Ektoras Lygizos

Hungary, The Notebook, Janosz Szasz

* Japan, The Great Passage, Yuya Ishii

Luxembourg, Blind Spot, Christophe Wagner

Montenegro, Bad Destiny, Drasko Durovic

Nepal, Soongava: Dance of the Orchids, Subarna Thapa

* New Zealand, White Lies, Dana Rotberg

Romania, Child's Pose, Calin Peter Netzer

Serbia, Circles, Srdan Golubovic

Singapore, Ilo Ilo, Anthony Chen

South Korea, Juvenile Offender, Kang Yi-kwan

Sweden, Eat Sleep Die, Gabriela Pichler

Turkey, The Butterfly's Dream, Yilmaz Erdogan

Venezuela, Breach in the Silence, Luis Rodríguez, Andrés Rodríguez

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