Oscar Extranjero 2013

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76 películas anotaron sus películas aspirando a obtener el premio a la mejor película de idioma extranjero. Estas son.

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La lista en orden alfabético presenta algunas rarezas (como Afganistán, Moldavia, por ej)

Afganistán “Wayma – Una historia de amor afgano” Barmak Akram

Albania, “Agon“, Robert Budina

Alemania, “Two Lives,” Georg Maas

Arabia Saudita, “Wadjda,” Haifaa Mansour

Argentina: Wakolda, Lucía Puenzo

Australia, “The Rocket”, Kim Mordaunt

Austria, “The Wall“, Julian Pölsler,

Azerbaijan, “Steppe Man,” Shamil Aliyev, director

Bangladesh, “Television,” Mostofa Sarwar Farooki, director

Bélgica, “The Broken Circle Breakdown,” Felix van Groeningen, director

Bosnia y Herzegovina, “An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker,” Danis Tanovic,

Brasil, O som ao redor,” Kleber Mendonça Filho

Bulgaria, “The Color of the Chameleon,” Emil Hristov

Cambodia, “The Missing Picture,” Rithy Panh

Canada, “Gabrielle,” Louise Archambault

Chad, “GriGris,” Mahamat-Saleh Haroun

Chile, “Gloria,” Sebastián Lelio

China, “Back to 1942,” Feng Xiaogang

Colombia, “La Playa DC,” Juan Andrés Arango

Croacia, “Halima’s Path,” Arsen Anton Ostojic

Dinamarca, “The Hunt,” Thomas Vinterberg

Ecuador, “The Porcelain Horse,” Javier Andrade

Egipto, “Winter of Discontent,” Ibrahim El Batout

España, “15 Years Plus a Day,” Gracia Querejeta

Estonia, “Free Range,” Veiko Ounpuu

Filipinas, “Transit,” Hannah Espia

Finlandia, “Disciple,” Ulrika Bengts

Francia, “Renoir,” Gilles Bourdos

Georgia, “In Bloom,” Nana Ekvtimishvili y Simon Gross

Greece, “Boy Eating the Bird’s Food,” Ektoras Lygizos

Holanda, “Borgman,” Alex van Warmerdam

Hong Kong, “The Grandmaster,” Wong Kar-wai

Hungary, “The Notebook,” Janos Szasz

Iceland, “Of Horses and Men,” Benedikt Erlingsson

India, “The Good Road,” Gyan Correa

Indonesia, “Sang Kiai,” Rako Prijanto

Iran, “The Past,” Asghar Farhadi

Israel, “Bethlehem,” Yuval Adler

Italia, “The Great Beauty,” Paolo Sorrentino

Japon, “The Great Passage,” Ishii Yuya

Kazakhstan, “Shal,” Yermek Tursunov

Latvia, “Mother, I Love You,” Janis Nords

Lebanon, “Blind Intersections,” Lara Saba

Lithuania, “Conversations on Serious Topics,” Giedre Beinoriute

Luxembourg, “Blind Spot,” Christophe Wagner

Mexico, “Heli,” Amat Escalante

Moldovia, “All God’s Children,” Adrian Popovici, director

Montenegro, “Ace of Spades – Bad DestinyA,” Drasko Djurovic, director

Morocco, “Horses of God,” Nabil Ayouch, director

Nepal, “Soongava: Dance of the Orchids,” Subarna Thapa, director

New Zealand, “White Lies,” Dana Rotberg

Norway, “I Am Yours,” Iram Haq, director

Pakistan, “Zinda Bhaag,” Meenu Gaur y Farjad Nabi

Palestine, “Omar,” Hany Abu-Assad

Peru, “The Cleaner,” Adrian Saba

Poland, “Walesa. Man of Hope,” Andrzej Wajda

Portugal, Lines of Wellington,” Valeria Sarmiento

Reino Unido, “Metro Manila,” Sean Ellis

Republica de Eslovaquia, “My Dog Killer,” Mira Fornay

Republica Dominicana, “Quien Manda?” Ronni Castillo

República Checa, “The Don Juans,” Jiri Menzel

Rumania, “Child’s Pose,” Calin Peter Netzer

Rusia, “Stalingrad,” Fedor Bondarchuk

Serbia, “Circles,” Srdan Golubovic

Singapur, “Ilo Ilo,” Anthony Chen

Slovenia, “Class Enemy,” Rok Bicek

SudAfrica, “Four Corners,” Ian Gabriel

Sud Cora, “Juvenile Offender,” Kang Yi-kwan

Suecia, “Eat Sleep Die,” Gabriela Pichler

Suiza, “More than Honey,” Markus Imhoof

Taiwan, “Soul,” Chung Mong-Hong

Tailandia, “Countdown,” Nattawut Poonpiriya

Turquia, “The Butterfly’s Dream,” Yilmaz Erdogan

Ucrania, “Paradjanov,” Serge Avedikian y Olena Fetisova

Uruguay, “Anina,” Alfredo Soderguit

Venezuela, “Brecha en el silencio,” Luis Alejandro Rodríguez y Andrés Eduardo Rodríguez

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