List of submissions to the 87th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film

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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) has invited the film industries of a number of countries to submit their best film for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film every year since the award was created in 1956.[1] It is presented annually by the Academy to a feature-length film produced outside the United States with primarily non-English dialogue.[1][2] The Foreign Language Film Award Committee oversees the process, reviewing all films submitted.[2]

For the 87th Academy Awards, held on 22 February 2015, a submitted motion picture must be released theatrically in its respective country between 1 October 2013 and 30 September 2014.[2] Submission of a film does not automatically qualify it for the competition; AMPAS has the final word on eligibility, and has disqualified submissions in the past. One film was accepted from each country, with a deadline of 1 October 2014; the Academy published a list of eligible films eight days later.[3]

Eighty-three countries submitted films, with four countries entering for the first time.[3][4] Mauritania submitted Timbuktu, directed by Abderrahmane Sissako;[5] Panama entered the documentary Invasion, directed by Abner Benaim;[6] Kosovo submitted Three Windows and a Hanging, directed by Isa Qosja;[7] and Malta entered Simshar, directed by Rebecca Cremona.[8] In May 2014, Nigeria announced that AMPAS had approved the first-ever Nigerian Oscar selection committee and they would make their first Oscar submission; however, they did not submit a film by the deadline.[9]

The Phase I committee, consisting of several hundred Los Angeles-based Academy members, viewed the original submissions between mid-October and 15 December 2014.[10] The group's top six choices, augmented by three selections by the Academy’s Foreign Language Film Award Executive Committee, constitute the shortlist.[10] Seventy-six films were originally considered, and the nine finalists were shortlisted in mid-December.[10]

The list was narrowed down to five nominees by invited committees in New York, Los Angeles and (for the first time) London, who viewed three films a day from 9 to 11 January 2015 before casting their ballots.[10] The list of nominees was announced on 15 January 2015 at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Los Angeles.[11] They were Argentina's Wild Tales, directed by Damián Szifron; Estonia's Tangerines, directed by Zaza Urushadze; Mauritania's Timbuktu, directed by Abderrahmane Sissako; Poland's Ida, directed by Paweł Pawlikowski, and Russia's Leviathan, directed by Andrey Zvyagintsev. For the first time, the director's name would be engraved on the Oscar statuette in addition to the country name.[12] The winner was Poland's Ida, directed by Pawlikowski.[13]

Submissions[edit]

Submitting country Title used in nomination Original title Language(s) Director(s) Result
 Afghanistan A Few Cubic Meters of Love[14] چند متر مکعب عشق (Chand Metre Moka'ab Eshgh) Persian Jamshid Mahmoudi Not nominated
 Argentina Wild Tales[15] Relatos salvajes Spanish Damián Szifrón Nominated[16]
 Australia Charlie's Country[17] Charlie's Country Yolngu Matha, English Rolf de Heer Not nominated
 Austria The Dark Valley[18] Das finstere Tal German Andreas Prochaska Not nominated
 Azerbaijan Nabat[19] Nabat Azerbaijani Elchin Musaoglu Not nominated
 Bangladesh Glow of the Firefly[20] জোনাকির আলো (Jonakir Alo) Bengali Khalid Mahmud Mithu Not nominated
 Belgium Two Days, One Night[21] Deux jours, une nuit French Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne Not nominated
 Bolivia Forgotten[22] Olvidados Spanish Carlos Bolado Not nominated
 Bosnia and Herzegovina With Mum[23] Sa mamom Bosnian Faruk Lončarević Not nominated
 Brazil The Way He Looks[24] Hoje eu quero voltar sozinho Portuguese Daniel Ribeiro Not nominated
 Bulgaria Bulgarian Rhapsody[25] Българска Рапсодия Bulgarian Ivan Nitchev Not nominated
 Canada Mommy[26] Mommy French Xavier Dolan Not nominated
 Chile To Kill a Man[27] Matar a un hombre Spanish Alejandro Fernández Almendras Not nominated
 China The Nightingale[28] 夜莺 (yè yīng), Le promeneur d'oiseau Mandarin Philippe Muyl Not nominated
 Colombia Mateo[29] Mateo Spanish Maria Gamboa Not nominated
 Costa Rica Red Princesses[30] Princesas rojas Spanish Laura Astorga Not nominated
 Croatia Cowboys[31] Kauboji Croatian Tomislav Mršić Not nominated
 Cuba Conducta[32] Conducta Spanish Ernesto Daranas Not nominated
 Czech Republic Fair Play[33] Fair Play Czech Andrea Sedláčková Not nominated
 Denmark Sorrow and Joy[34] Sorg og glæde Danish Nils Malmros Not nominated
 Dominican Republic Cristo Rey[35] Cristo Rey Spanish Leticia Tonos Not nominated
 Ecuador Silence in Dreamland[36] Silencio en la tierra de los sueños Spanish Tito Molina Not nominated
 Egypt Factory Girl[37] فتاة المصنع (Fatat el masnaa) Arabic Mohamed Khan Not nominated
 Estonia Tangerines[38] Mandariinid Estonian, Russian Zaza Urushadze Nominated[16]
 Ethiopia Difret[39] Difret Amharic Zeresenay Berhane Mehari Not nominated
 Finland Concrete Night[40] Betoniyö Finnish Pirjo Honkasalo Not nominated
 France Saint Laurent[41] Saint Laurent French Bertrand Bonello Not nominated
 Georgia Corn Island[42] სიმინდის კუნძული (simindis k'undzuli) Georgian, Abkhaz, Russian Giorgi Ovashvili Made January shortlist[10]
 Germany Beloved Sisters[43] Die geliebten Schwestern German, French Dominik Graf Not nominated
 Greece Little England[44] Μικρά Αγγλία Greek Pantelis Voulgaris Not nominated
 Hong Kong The Golden Era[45] 黃金時代 (huǎng jīn shí dài) Mandarin Ann Hui Not nominated
 Hungary White God[46] Fehér isten Hungarian Kornél Mundruczó Not nominated
 Iceland Life in a Fishbowl[47] Vonarstræti Icelandic Baldvin Zophoníasson Not nominated
 India Liar's Dice[48] लायर्स डाइस (Liar's Dice) Hindi Geetu Mohandas Not nominated
 Indonesia Soekarno[49] Soekarno Indonesian Hanung Bramantyo Not nominated
 Iran Today[50] Emrooz (امروز) Persian Reza Mirkarimi Not nominated
 Iraq Mardan[51] Mardan Kurdish Batin Ghobadi Not nominated
 Ireland The Gift[52] An Bronntanas Irish Tommy Collins Not nominated
 Israel Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem[53] גט - המשפט של ויויאן אמסאלם Hebrew, French, Arabic Ronit Elkabetz and Shlomi Elkabetz Not nominated
 Italy Human Capital[54] Il capitale umano Italian Paolo Virzì Not nominated
 Japan The Light Shines Only There[55] そこのみにて光輝く (Soko nomi nite hikari kagayaku) Japanese Mipo O Not nominated
 Kosovo Three Windows and a Hanging[7] Tri Dritare dhe një Varje Albanian Isa Qosja Not nominated
 Kyrgyzstan Kurmanjan Datka: Queen of the Mountains[56] Курманжан Датка (Kurmanjan Datka) Kyrgyz Sadyk Sher-Niyaz Not nominated
 Latvia Rocks in My Pockets[57] Akmeņi manās kabatās Latvian Signe Baumane Not nominated
 Lebanon Ghadi[58][Note 1] غدي Arabic Amin Dora Not nominated
 Lithuania The Gambler[60] Lošėjas Lithuanian Ignas Jonynas Not nominated
 Luxembourg Never Die Young[61] Never Die Young French Pol Cruchten Not nominated
 Macedonia To the Hilt[62] До балчак Macedonian Stole Popov Not nominated
 Malta Simshar[8] Simshar Maltese Rebecca Cremona Not nominated
 Mauritania Timbuktu[5] Timbuktu Arabic, French, Tamashek Abderrahmane Sissako Nominated[16]
 Mexico Cantinflas[63] Cantinflas Spanish Sebastian del Amo Not nominated
 Moldova The Unsaved[4] La limita de jos a cerului Romanian Igor Cobileanski Not nominated
 Montenegro The Kids from the Marx and Engels Street[64] Dječaci iz Ulice Marksa i Engelsa Montenegrin Nikola Vukčević Not nominated
 Morocco The Red Moon[65] القمر الأحمر Arabic Hassan Benjelloun Not nominated
   Nepal Jhola[66] झोला Nepali Yadavkumar Bhattarai Not nominated
 Netherlands Accused[67] Lucia de B. Dutch Paula van der Oest Made January shortlist[10]
 New Zealand The Dead Lands[68] The Dead Lands Māori Toa Fraser Not nominated
 Norway 1001 Grams[69] 1001 Gram Norwegian Bent Hamer Not nominated
 Pakistan Dukhtar[70] دختر، بیٹی Urdu Afia Nathaniel Not nominated
 Palestine Eyes of a Thief[71] عيون الحراميه Arabic Najwa Najjar Not nominated
 Panama Invasion[6] Invasión Spanish Abner Benaim Not nominated
 Peru The Gospel of the Flesh[72] El evangelio de la carne Spanish Eduardo Mendoza de Echave Not nominated
 Philippines Norte, the End of History[73] Norte, Hangganan ng Kasaysayan Tagalog, English Lav Diaz Not nominated
 Poland Ida[74] Ida Polish Paweł Pawlikowski Won Academy Award[13]
 Portugal What Now? Remind Me[75] E Agora? Lembra-me Portuguese Joaquim Pinto Not nominated
 Romania The Japanese Dog[76] Câinele japonez Romanian Tudor Cristian Jurgiu Not nominated
 Russia Leviathan[77] Левиафан Russian Andrey Zvyagintsev Nominated[16]
 Serbia See You in Montevideo[78] Montevideo, vidimo se! Serbian Dragan Bjelogrlić Not nominated
 Singapore Sayang Disayang[79] Sayang Disayang Malay, Indonesian Sanif Olek Not nominated
 Slovakia A Step Into the Dark[80] Krok do tmy Slovak Miloslav Luther Not nominated
 Slovenia Seduce Me[81] Zapelji me Slovene Marko Šantić Not nominated
 South Africa Elelwani[82] Elelwani Venda Ntshavheni wa Luruli Not nominated
 South Korea Haemoo[83] 해무 (Haemoo) Korean Shim Sung-bo Not nominated
 Spain Living Is Easy with Eyes Closed[84] Vivir es fácil con los ojos cerrados Spanish David Trueba Not nominated
 Sweden Force Majeure[85] Turist Swedish Ruben Östlund Made January shortlist[10]
  Switzerland The Circle[86] Der Kreis German Stefan Haupt Not nominated
 Taiwan Ice Poison[87] 冰毒 (bīng dú) Southwestern Mandarin, Mandarin Midi Z Not nominated
 Thailand Teacher's Diary[88] คิดถึงวิทยา (Kid tueng wittaya) Thai Nithiwat Tharathorn Not nominated
 Turkey Winter Sleep[89] Kış Uykusu Turkish Nuri Bilge Ceylan Not nominated
 Ukraine The Guide[90] Поводир Ukrainian Oles Sanin Not nominated
 United Kingdom Little Happiness[91] Uzun Yol Turkish Nihat Seven Not nominated
 Uruguay Mr. Kaplan[92] Mr. Kaplan Spanish Álvaro Brechner Not nominated
 Venezuela The Liberator[93] Libertador Spanish Alberto Arvelo Made January shortlist[10]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The Lebanese film Ghadi was originally selected as their entry for the 86th Academy Awards in a two-way race over Lara Saba's Blind Intersections.[59] When the film's release date was moved from 26 September 2013 to 31 October 2013, it no longer met the eligibility dates and Blind Intersections was submitted instead.

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