List of submissions to the 90th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film

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Sebastián Lelio became the first Chilean director to win the award, for A Fantastic Woman.

This is a list of submissions to the 90th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) has invited the film industries of various 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] The award is presented annually by the Academy to a feature-length motion picture produced outside the United States that contains primarily non-English dialogue.[1][2] The Foreign Language Film Award Committee oversees the process and reviews all the submitted films.[2]

The submitted motion pictures must be first released theatrically in their respective countries between 1 October 2016 and 30 September 2017.[3]

The deadline for submissions was 2 October 2017,[4] with the Academy announcing a list of eligible films on 5 October.[5] A record total of 92 countries submitted a film, with six countries submitting a film for the first time.[6] Haiti sent Ayiti Mon Amour, Honduras sent Morazán,[6] Laos sent Dearest Sister,[7] Mozambique sent The Train of Salt and Sugar,[8] Senegal sent Félicité,[6] and Syria sent Little Gandhi.[6]

From the longlist, nine finalists were shortlisted in late 2017,[9] with the final five nominees announced on 23 January 2018.[10] Sebastián Lelio became the first Chilean director to win the award, for A Fantastic Woman.[11]

Submissions[edit]

Submitting country Film title used in nomination Original title Language(s) Director(s) Result
 Afghanistan A Letter to the President[12] نامه‌ای به رییس‌جمهور (Namai ba rahis gomhor) Dari Roya Sadat Not nominated
 Albania Daybreak[13] Dita zë fill Albanian Gentian Koçi Not nominated
 Algeria Road to Istanbul[14] La Route d'Istanbul French Rachid Bouchareb Not nominated
 Argentina Zama[15] Zama Spanish Lucrecia Martel Not nominated
 Armenia Yeva[16] Եվա Armenian Anahit Abad Not nominated
 Australia The Space Between[6] The Space Between Italian, English Ruth Borgobello Not nominated
 Austria Happy End[17] Happy End French, English Michael Haneke Not nominated
 Azerbaijan Pomegranate Orchard[18] Nar bağı Azerbaijani Ilgar Najaf Not nominated
 Bangladesh The Cage[19] খাঁচা Bengali Akram Khan Not nominated
 Belgium Racer and the Jailbird[20] Le Fidèle French Michaël R. Roskam Not nominated
 Bolivia Dark Skull[21] Viejo calavera Spanish Kiro Russo Not nominated
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Men Don't Cry[22] Muškarci ne plaču Bosnian Alen Drljević Not nominated
 Brazil Bingo: The King of the Mornings[23] Bingo: O Rei das Manhãs Portuguese Daniel Rezende Not nominated
 Bulgaria Glory[24] Слава (Slava) Bulgarian Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov Not nominated
 Cambodia First They Killed My Father[25] First They Killed My Father Khmer, English Angelina Jolie Not nominated
 Canada Hochelaga, Land of Souls[26] Hochelaga terre des âmes French, English, Mohawk, Algonquin François Girard Not nominated
 Chile A Fantastic Woman[27] Una mujer fantástica Spanish Sebastián Lelio Won Academy Award[11]
 China Wolf Warrior 2[6] 战狼2 Mandarin, English Wu Jing Not nominated
 Colombia Guilty Men[28] Pariente Spanish Iván Gaona Not nominated
 Costa Rica The Sound of Things[6] El Sonido de las Cosas Spanish Ariel Escalante Not nominated
 Croatia Quit Staring at My Plate[29] Ne gledaj mi u pijat Croatian Hana Jušić Not nominated
 Czech Republic Ice Mother[30] Bába z ledu Czech Bohdan Sláma Not nominated
 Denmark You Disappear[31] Du forsvinder Danish Peter Schønau Fog Not nominated
 Dominican Republic Woodpeckers[32] Carpinteros Spanish José María Cabral Not nominated
 Ecuador Alba[33] Alba Spanish Ana Cristina Barragán Not nominated
 Egypt Sheikh Jackson[34] شيخ جاكسون Arabic Amr Salama Not nominated
 Estonia November[35] November Estonian Rainer Sarnet Not nominated
 Finland Tom of Finland[36] Tom of Finland Finnish, English Dome Karukoski Not nominated
 France BPM (Beats per Minute)[37] 120 battements par minute French Robin Campillo Not nominated
 Georgia Scary Mother[38] საშიში დედა (Sashishi Deda) Georgian Ana Urushadze Not nominated
 Germany In the Fade[39] Aus dem Nichts German Fatih Akin Made December shortlist[9]
 Greece Amerika Square[40] Πλατεία Αμερικής (Plateia Amerikis) Greek Yannis Sakardis Not nominated
 Haiti Ayiti Mon Amour[6] Ayiti mon amour Creole, French, English, Japanese Guetty Felin Not nominated
 Honduras Morazán[6] Morazán Spanish Hispano Durón Not nominated
 Hong Kong Mad World[41] 一念無明 (Yat nim mou ming) Cantonese Wong Chun Not nominated
 Hungary On Body and Soul[42] Testről és lélekről Hungarian Ildikó Enyedi Nominated[43]
 Iceland Under the Tree[44] Undir trénu Icelandic Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson Not nominated
 India Newton[45] Newton Hindi Amit V Masurkar Not nominated
 Indonesia Turah[46] Turah Tegalese Wicaksono Wisnu Legowo Not nominated
 Iran Breath[47] نفس (Nafas) Persian Narges Abyar Not nominated
 Iraq Reseba: The Dark Wind[48] العاصفة السوداء (Reṣeba) Arabic, Kurdish Hussein Hassan Not nominated
 Ireland Song of Granite[49] Song of Granite Irish, English Pat Collins Not nominated
 Israel Foxtrot[50] פוֹקְסטְרוֹט Hebrew Samuel Maoz Made December shortlist[9]
 Italy A Ciambra[51] A Ciambra Italian Jonas Carpignano Not nominated
 Japan Her Love Boils Bathwater[52] 湯を沸かすほどの熱い愛 (Yu wo wakasuhodo no atsui ai) Japanese Ryōta Nakano Not nominated
 Kazakhstan The Road to Mother[53] Анаға апарар жол Kazakh, Russian Akan Satayev Not nominated
 Kenya Kati Kati[54] Kati Kati Swahili, English Mbithi Masya Not nominated
 Kosovo Unwanted[55] T'padashtun Dutch, Albanian Edon Rizvanolli Not nominated
 Kyrgyzstan Centaur[56] Кентавр (Kentavr) Kyrgyz Aktan Abdykalykov Not nominated
 Laos Dearest Sister[57] ນ້ອງຮັກ Lao Mattie Do Not nominated
 Latvia The Chronicles of Melanie[58] Melānijas hronika Latvian, Russian Viestur Kairish Not nominated
 Lebanon The Insult[59] قضية رقم ٢٣ (L'insulte) Arabic, French Ziad Doueiri Nominated[43]
 Lithuania Frost[60] Šerkšnas Lithuanian Šarūnas Bartas Not nominated
 Luxembourg Barrage[61] Barrage French Laura Schroeder Not nominated
 Mexico Tempestad[62] Tempestad Spanish Tatiana Huezo Not nominated
 Mongolia The Children of Genghis[6] The Children of Genghis Mongolian Zolbayar Dorj Not nominated
 Morocco Razzia[63] غزية Arabic Nabil Ayouch Not nominated
 Mozambique The Train of Salt and Sugar[64] Comboio de Sal e Açúcar Portuguese Licínio Azevedo Not nominated
   Nepal White Sun[65] सेतो सूर्य (Seto Surya) Nepali Deepak Rauniyar Not nominated
 Netherlands Layla M.[66] Layla M. Dutch, Arabic, English Mijke de Jong Not nominated
 New Zealand One Thousand Ropes[67] One Thousand Ropes Samoan Tusi Tamasese Not nominated
 Norway Thelma[68] Thelma Norwegian Joachim Trier Not nominated
 Pakistan Saawan[69] ساون Urdu Farhan Alam Not nominated
 Palestine Wajib[70] واجب Arabic Annemarie Jacir Not nominated
 Panama Beyond Brotherhood[71] Más que hermanos Spanish Arianne Benedetti Not nominated
 Paraguay The Gold Seekers[72] Los Buscadores Spanish, Guarani Juan Carlos Maneglia and Tana Schembori Not nominated
 Peru Rosa Chumbe[73] Rosa Chumbe Spanish Jonatan Relayze Not nominated
 Philippines Birdshot[74] Birdshot Filipino Mikhail Red Not nominated
 Poland Spoor[75] Pokot Polish Agnieszka Holland Not nominated
 Portugal Saint George[76] São Jorge Portuguese Marco Martins Not nominated
 Romania Fixeur[77] Fixeur Romanian Adrian Sitaru Not nominated
 Russia Loveless[78] Нелюбовь (Nelyubov) Russian Andrey Zvyagintsev Nominated[43]
 Senegal Félicité[6] Félicité Lingala, French Alain Gomis Made December shortlist[9]
 Serbia Requiem for Mrs. J.[79] Реквијем за госпођу Ј. (Rekvijem za gospodju J.) Serbian Bojan Vuletić Not nominated
 Singapore Pop Aye[80] Pop Aye Thai Kirsten Tan Not nominated
 Slovakia The Line[81] Čiara Slovak, Ukrainian Peter Bebjak Not nominated
 Slovenia The Miner[82] Rudar Slovene Hanna Antonina Wojcik Slak Not nominated
 South Africa The Wound[83] Inxeba Xhosa John Trengove Made December shortlist[9]
 South Korea A Taxi Driver[84] 택시운전사 (Taeksi Woonjunsa) Korean, English Jang Hoon Not nominated
 Spain Summer 1993[85] Estiu 1993 Catalan Carla Simón Not nominated
 Sweden The Square[86] The Square Swedish, English, Danish Ruben Östlund Nominated[43]
  Switzerland The Divine Order[87] Die göttliche Ordnung German Petra Biondina Volpe Not nominated
 Syria Little Gandhi[6] Little Gandhi Arabic, English Sam Kadi Not nominated
 Taiwan Small Talk[88] 日常對話 (Ri Chang Dui Hua) Taiwanese Huang Hui-chen Not nominated
 Thailand By the Time It Gets Dark[89] ดาวคะนอง (Dao Khanong) Thai Anocha Suwichakornpong Not nominated
 Tunisia The Last of Us[90] اخر واحد فينا (Akher Wahed Fina) No dialogue Ala Eddine Slim Not nominated
 Turkey Ayla: The Daughter of War[91] Ayla Turkish, Korean, English Can Ulkay Not nominated
 Ukraine Black Level[92] Рівень чорного No dialogue Valentyn Vasyanovych Not nominated
 United Kingdom My Pure Land[93] میری پاک زمین Urdu Sarmad Masud Not nominated
 Uruguay Another Story of the World[94] Otra historia del mundo Spanish Guillermo Casanova Not nominated
 Venezuela El Inca[95] El Inca Spanish Ignacio Castillo Cottin Not nominated
 Vietnam Father and Son[96] Cha cõng con Vietnamese Lương Đình Dũng Not nominated

Other countries[edit]

  • Both Ghana and the United Arab Emirates were scheduled to submit a film for the first time, but neither country sent a film for consideration.[97][98]
  • Macedonia decided not to submit a film for consideration this year. According to the committee, two films were submitted to their consideration: Golden Five by Goran Trenchovski and When the Day Had No Name by Teona Strugar Mitevska. However, they found that neither of the submitted films fulfilled the aesthetic or narrative criteria to be the Macedonian Oscar nominee.[99]

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