List of submissions to the 92nd Academy Awards for Best International Feature Film

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Bong Joon Ho directed South Korea's first film to win the award, Parasite (2019).

This is a list of submissions to the 92nd Academy Awards for the Best International Feature Film.[1] 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 International Feature Film every year since the award was created in 1956.[2] 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.[2][3] The International Feature Film Award Committee oversees the process and reviews all the submitted films.[3] The category was previously called the Best Foreign Language Film, but this was changed in April 2019 to Best International Feature Film, after the Academy deemed the word "Foreign" to be outdated.[4]

The submitted motion pictures must be first released theatrically in their respective countries between 1 October 2018 and 30 September 2019.[5] The deadline for submissions was 1 October 2019, with the Academy announcing a list of eligible films on 7 October 2019. A total of 94 countries submitted a film, with a record number of 93 being accepted.[6][7] Three countries submitted a film for the first time. Ghana sent Azali,[8] Nigeria sent Lionheart,[9] and Uzbekistan sent Hot Bread.[10] However, on 4 November 2019, the Academy disqualified Nigeria's entry, as the majority of the film's dialogue is in English.[11]

From the longlist, ten finalists were shortlisted,[12] with those ten films announced on 16 December 2019,[13] with the final five nominees announced on 13 January 2020.[14][15] Parasite by Bong Joon Ho won the award for South Korea,[16] as well as the award for Best Picture, becoming the first non-English language film to do so.[17]

Submissions[edit]

Submitting country Film title used in nomination Original title Language(s) Director(s) Result
 Afghanistan Hava, Maryam, Ayesha[18] حوا، مریم، عایشه (Hava, Maryam, Ayesha) Persian Sahraa Karimi Disqualified[19]
 Albania The Delegation[20] Delegacioni Albanian, French Bujar Alimani Not Nominated
 Algeria Papicha[21] Papicha Arabic, French Mounia Meddour Not Nominated
 Argentina Heroic Losers[22] La odisea de los giles Spanish Sebastián Borensztein Not Nominated
 Armenia Lengthy Night[23] Էրկեն Կիշեր Armenian Edgar Baghdasaryan Not Nominated
 Australia Buoyancy[24] Buoyancy Khmer, Thai Rodd Rathjen Not Nominated
 Austria Joy[25] Joy English, German Sudabeh Mortezai Disqualified[26]
 Bangladesh Alpha[27] আলফা Bangla Nasiruddin Yousuff Not Nominated
 Belarus Debut[28] Дебют Russian Anastasiya Miroshnichenko Not Nominated
 Belgium Our Mothers[29] Nuestras madres Spanish César Díaz Not Nominated
 Bolivia I Miss You[30] Tu me manques Spanish, English Rodrigo Bellott Not Nominated
 Bosnia and Herzegovina The Son[31] Sin Bosnian Ines Tanović Not Nominated
 Brazil Invisible Life[32][33] A vida invisível Portuguese Karim Aïnouz Not Nominated
 Bulgaria Ága[34] Ага Yakut Milko Lazarov Not Nominated
 Cambodia In the Life of Music[35] តន្រ្តីជីវិត Khmer, English Caylee So, Sok Visal Not Nominated
 Canada Antigone[36] Antigone French Sophie Deraspe Not Nominated
 Chile Spider[37] Araña Spanish Andrés Wood Not Nominated
 China Ne Zha[38] 哪吒之魔童降世 (Nézhā zhī Mótóng Jiàngshì) Mandarin Jiaozi Not Nominated
 Colombia Monos[39] Monos Spanish Alejandro Landes Not Nominated
 Costa Rica The Awakening of the Ants[40] El despertar de las hormigas Spanish Antonella Sudasassi Not Nominated
 Croatia Mali[41] Mali Croatian Antonio Nuić Not Nominated
 Cuba A Translator[42] Un Traductor Spanish, Russian Rodrigo Barriuso, Sebastián Barriuso Not Nominated
 Czech Republic The Painted Bird[43] Nabarvené ptáče Interslavic Václav Marhoul Made Shortlist[13]
 Denmark Queen of Hearts[44] Dronningen Danish, Swedish May el-Toukhy Not Nominated
 Dominican Republic The Projectionist[45] El proyeccionista Spanish José María Cabral Not Nominated
 Ecuador The Longest Night[46] La mala noche Spanish Gabriela Calvache Not Nominated
 Egypt Poisonous Roses[47] ورد مسموم Arabic Fawzi Saleh Not Nominated
 Estonia Truth and Justice[48] Tõde ja õigus Estonian Tanel Toom Made Shortlist[13]
 Ethiopia Running Against the Wind[49] የንፋሱ ፍልሚያ (Yenifasu Filmya) Amharic Jan Philipp Weyl Not Nominated
 Finland Stupid Young Heart[50] Hölmö nuori sydän Finnish, Somali Selma Vilhunen Not Nominated
 France Les Misérables[51] Les Misérables French Ladj Ly Nominated[52]
 Georgia Shindisi[53] შინდისი Georgian Dito Tsintsadze Not Nominated
 Germany System Crasher[54] Systemsprenger German Nora Fingscheidt Not Nominated
 Ghana Azali[55] Azali Dagbani, Akan Kwabena Gyansah Not Nominated
 Greece When Tomatoes Met Wagner[56] Όταν ο Βάγκνερ Συνάντησε τις Ντομάτες (Otan o Wagner Sinantise tis Ntomates) Greek Marianna Economou Not Nominated
 Honduras Blood, Passion and Coffee[33] Café con Sabor a mi Tierra Spanish Carlos Membreño Not Nominated
 Hong Kong The White Storm 2: Drug Lords[57] 掃毒2天地對決 (So duk 2: Tin dei duei kuet) Cantonese Herman Yau Not Nominated
 Hungary Those Who Remained[58] Akik maradtak Hungarian Barnabás Tóth Made Shortlist[13]
 Iceland A White, White Day[59] Hvítur, Hvítur Dagur Icelandic Hlynur Pálmason Not Nominated
 India Gully Boy[60] गली बॉय Hindi Zoya Akhtar Not Nominated
 Indonesia Memories of My Body[61] Kucumbu Tubuh Indahku Indonesian Garin Nugroho Not Nominated
 Iran Finding Farideh[62] در جستجوی فریده Persian, Dutch, English Kourosh Ataee, Azadeh Moussavi Not Nominated
 Ireland Gaza[63] Gaza Arabic Garry Keane, Andrew McConnell Not Nominated
 Israel Incitement[64] ימים נוראים (Yamim Noraim) Hebrew Yaron Zilberman Not Nominated
 Italy The Traitor[65] Il traditore Italian Marco Bellocchio Not Nominated
 Japan Weathering with You[66] 天気の子 (Tenki no Ko) Japanese Makoto Shinkai Not Nominated
 Kazakhstan Kazakh Khanate – Golden Throne[67] қазақ хандығының алтын тесігі Kazakh, Russian Rustem Abdrashev Not Nominated
 Kenya Subira[68] Subira English, Swahili Ravneet Sippy Chadha Not Nominated
 Kosovo Zana[69] Zana Albanian Antoneta Kastrati Not Nominated
 Kyrgyzstan Aurora[70] Аврора Kyrgyz, Russian Bekzat Pirmatov Not Nominated
 Latvia The Mover[71] Tēvs Nakts Latvian, Russian, German, Yiddish Dāvis Sīmanis Jr. Not Nominated
 Lebanon 1982[72] 1982 Arabic, English Oualid Mouaness Not Nominated
 Lithuania Bridges of Time[73] Laiko tiltai Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian Kristine Briede, Audrius Stonys Not Nominated
 Luxembourg Tel Aviv on Fire[74] תל אביב על האש (Tel Aviv Al Ha'Esh) Hebrew, Arabic Sameh Zoabi Not Nominated
 Malaysia M for Malaysia[75] M for Malaysia Malay, English Dian Lee, Ineza Roussille Not Nominated
 Mexico The Chambermaid[76] La camarista Spanish Lila Avilés Not Nominated
 Mongolia The Steed[33] Хийморь Mongolian, Kazakh, Chinese, Russian Erdenebileg Ganbold Not Nominated
 Montenegro Neverending Past[77] Između dana i noći Montenegrin Andro Martinovic Not Nominated
 Morocco Adam[78] آدم Arabic Maryam Touzani Not Nominated
   Nepal Bulbul[79] बुलबुल Nepali Binod Paudel Not Nominated
 Netherlands Instinct[80] Instinct Dutch Halina Reijn Not Nominated
 Nigeria Lionheart[81] Lionheart English, Igbo Genevieve Nnaji Disqualified[19]
 North Macedonia Honeyland[82] Медена земја Turkish, Macedonian, Bosnian Tamara Kotevska, Ljubomir Stefanov Nominated[52]
 Norway Out Stealing Horses[83] Ut og stjæle hester Norwegian, Swedish Hans Petter Moland Not Nominated
 Pakistan Laal Kabootar[84] لال کبوتر Urdu Kamal Khan Not Nominated
 Palestine It Must Be Heaven[85] It Must Be Heaven Arabic, English, French Elia Suleiman Not Nominated
 Panama Everybody Changes[86] Todos Cambiamos Spanish Arturo Montenegro Not Nominated
 Peru Retablo[87] Retablo Quechua Alvaro Delgado-Aparicio Not Nominated
 Philippines Verdict[88] Verdict Tagalog, Filipino, English Raymund Ribay Gutierrez Not Nominated
 Poland Corpus Christi[89] Boże Ciało Polish Jan Komasa Nominated[52]
 Portugal The Domain[90] A Herdade Portuguese Tiago Guedes Not Nominated
 Romania The Whistlers[91] La Gomera Romanian, English, El Silbo Corneliu Porumboiu Not Nominated
 Russia Beanpole[92] Дылда Russian Kantemir Balagov Made Shortlist[13]
 Saudi Arabia The Perfect Candidate[93] المرشح المثالي Arabic Haifaa al-Mansour Not Nominated
 Senegal Atlantics[94] Atlantique Wolof, French, English Mati Diop Made Shortlist[13]
 Serbia King Petar of Serbia[95] Краљ Петар Први (Kralj Petar Prvi) Serbian Petar Ristovski Not Nominated
 Singapore A Land Imagined[96] 幻土 (Huan tu) Mandarin, English, Bengali Yeo Siew Hua Not Nominated
 Slovakia Let There Be Light[97] Nech je svetlo Slovak Marko Škop Not Nominated
 Slovenia History of Love[98] Zgodovina ljubezni Slovenian, English Sonja Prosenc Not Nominated
 South Africa Knuckle City[99] Knuckle City Xhosa Jahmil X.T. Qubeka Not Nominated
 South Korea Parasite[100] 기생충 (Gisaengchung) Korean Bong Joon-ho Won Academy Award[16]
 Spain Pain and Glory[101] Dolor y gloria Spanish Pedro Almodóvar Nominated[52]
 Sweden And Then We Danced[102] And Then We Danced Georgian Levan Akin Not Nominated
  Switzerland The Awakening of Motti Wolkenbruch[103] Wolkenbruchs wunderliche Reise in die Arme einer Schickse German, Yiddish, Hebrew Michael Steiner Not Nominated
 Taiwan Dear Ex[104] 誰先愛上他的 Mandarin Mag Hsu, Hsu Chih-yen Not Nominated
 Thailand Krasue: Inhuman Kiss[105] แสงกระสือ (Saeng Krasue) Thai Sitisiri Mongkolsiri Not Nominated
 Tunisia Dear Son[106] ولدي (Weldi) Arabic Mohamed Ben Attia Not Nominated
 Turkey Commitment[107] Bağlılık Aslı Turkish Semih Kaplanoğlu Not Nominated
 Ukraine Homeward[108] Додому Crimean Tatar, Ukrainian Nariman Aliev Not Nominated
 United Kingdom The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind[33] The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind English, Chichewa Chiwetel Ejiofor Not Nominated
 Uruguay The Moneychanger[109] Así habló el cambista Spanish Federico Veiroj Not Nominated
 Uzbekistan Hot Bread[110] Issiq non Uzbek Umid Khamdamov Not Nominated
 Venezuela Being Impossible[111] Yo, imposible Spanish Patricia Ortega Not Nominated
 Vietnam Furie[112] Hai Phượng Vietnamese Lê Văn Kiệt Not Nominated

Notes[edit]

  • Afghanistan's submission, Hava, Maryam, Ayesha, was not on the list because questions were raised over the legitimacy of the national committee that submitted it.[19]
  • Austria's submission, Joy, was disqualified in November 2019, with the Academy stating that the film had too much dialogue in English.[113] The filmmakers disputed the disqualification, arguing that when the parts of the dialogue in Nigerian Pidgin that are unintelligible to English speakers are counted separately from English, English constitutes less than 50% of the entire dialogue and thus the film should be eligible.[114] However, the Academy stood by its initial decision.[115]
  • Lionheart from Nigeria, the first film ever submitted by the country, was disqualified in November 2019. Only 11 minutes of its 95-minute runtime featured non-English language dialogue, in violation of the Academy's rule that an entry's "original dialogue track as well as the completed picture must be predominantly in a language or languages other than English." Director Ava DuVernay criticized the Academy's rule and the film's disqualification saying, "English is the official language of Nigeria. Are you barring the country from ever competing for an Oscar in its official language?" The Academy's International Feature Film executive committee chairman Larry Karaszewski said the rules were clearly communicated to the submitting international committees. He commented, "If you're submitting for something as important as an Academy Award, I would think you should look at the rules." The Nigerian selection committee responded, "Going forward, the committee intends to submit films which are predominantly foreign language — non-English recording dialogue."[116]
  • Initial reports stated that Uganda had selected Kony: Order from Above as their submission.[117][118] However, the Uganda Oscars Selection Committee said that the film did not meet the minimum qualification requirements for selection and was not submitted.[119] It would have been Uganda's first ever submission to the Oscars.[120]

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