List of submissions to the 88th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film

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This is a list of submissions to the 88th 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. Nine shortlisted contenders were revealed a week before the announcement of the Oscar nominations.[2]

The submitted motion pictures must be first released theatrically in their respective countries between 1 October 2014, and 30 September 2015.

The deadline for submissions was 1 October 2015, with the Academy announcing a list of eligible films later that month.[3][4]

A total of 81 countries submitted a film before the deadline,[5][6][7] with Paraguay submitting a film for the first time with the documentary Cloudy Times, directed by Arami Ullon.[8]

The Academy announced a list of eligible submissions in October 2015. Nine finalists from among the dozens of entries were shortlisted on 17 December.[9][10] The final five nominees were announced on 14 January 2016.[3][11][12] The winner was Hungary's Son of Saul, directed by László Nemes.[13][14]

Submissions

Submitting country Film title used in nomination Original title Language(s) Director(s) Result
 Afghanistan Utopia[15] آرمان شهر Dari Hassan Nazer Disqualified[16]
 Albania Bota[17] Bota Albanian Iris Elezi, Thomas Logoreci Not nominated
 Algeria Twilight of Shadows[5] غروب الظلال Arabic Mohammed Lakhdar-Hamina Not nominated
 Argentina The Clan[18] El Clan Spanish Pablo Trapero Not nominated
 Australia Arrows of the Thunder Dragon[19] Arrows of the Thunder Dragon Dzongkha Greg Sneddon Not nominated
 Austria Goodnight Mommy[20] Ich seh, ich seh German Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz Not nominated
 Bangladesh Jalal's Story[21] জালালের গল্প Bangla Abu Shahed Emon Not nominated
 Belgium The Brand New Testament[22] Le Tout Nouveau Testament French Jaco Van Dormael Made December shortlist[23]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Our Everyday Life[24] Naša svakodnevna priča Bosnian Ines Tanović Not nominated
 Brazil The Second Mother[25] Que horas ela volta? Portuguese Anna Muylaert Not nominated
 Bulgaria The Judgment[26] Съдилището Bulgarian Stephan Komandarev Not nominated
 Cambodia The Last Reel[27] ដុំហ្វីលចុងក្រោយ Khmer Kulikar Sotho Not nominated
 Canada Felix and Meira[28] Félix et Meira French, Yiddish Maxime Giroux Not nominated
 Chile The Club[29] El Club Spanish Pablo Larraín Not nominated
 China Go Away Mr. Tumor[30] 滚蛋吧!肿瘤君 Mandarin Han Yan Not nominated
 Colombia Embrace of the Serpent[31] El abrazo de la serpiente Cubeo, German, Huitoto, Spanish, Ticuna, Wanano, Catalan, Portuguese, Latin Ciro Guerra Nominated[12]
 Costa Rica Presos[32] Presos Spanish Esteban Ramírez Not nominated
 Croatia The High Sun[33] Zvizdan Croatian Dalibor Matanić Not nominated
 Czech Republic Home Care[34] Domácí péče Czech Slávek Horák Not nominated
 Denmark A War[35] Krigen Danish Tobias Lindholm Nominated[12]
 Dominican Republic Sand Dollars[36] Dólares de Arena Spanish Laura Amelia Guzmán, Israel Cárdenas Not nominated
 Estonia 1944[37] 1944 Estonian, Russian Elmo Nüganen Not nominated
 Ethiopia Lamb[38] Lamb Amharic Yared Zeleke Not nominated
 Finland The Fencer[39] Miekkailija Estonian, Russian Klaus Härö Made December shortlist[23]
 France Mustang[40] Mustang Turkish Deniz Gamze Ergüven Nominated[12]
 Georgia Moira[41] მოირა Georgian Levan Tutberidze Not nominated
 Germany Labyrinth of Lies[42] Im Labyrinth des Schweigens German Giulio Ricciarelli Made December shortlist[23]
 Greece Xenia[43] Ξενία Greek, Albanian Panos H. Koutras Not nominated
 Guatemala Ixcanul[44] Ixcanul Kaqchikel, Spanish Jayro Bustamante Not nominated
 Hong Kong To the Fore[45] 破風 Mandarin Dante Lam Not nominated
 Hungary Son of Saul[46] Saul fia Hungarian, Yiddish, German László Nemes Won Academy Award[13]
 Iceland Rams[47] Hrútar Icelandic Grímur Hákonarson Not nominated
 India Court[48] Court Marathi Chaitanya Tamhane Not nominated
 Iran Muhammad: The Messenger of God[49] محمد رسول‌الله Persian Majid Majidi Not nominated
 Iraq Memories on Stone[50] Bîranînen li ser kevirî Kurdish Shawkat Amin Korki Not nominated
 Ireland Viva[51] Viva Spanish Paddy Breathnach Made December shortlist[23]
 Israel Baba Joon[52] באבא ג'ון Persian Yuval Delshad Not nominated
 Italy Don't Be Bad[53] Non essere cattivo Italian Claudio Caligari Not nominated
 Ivory Coast Run[54] Run French Philippe Lacôte Not nominated
 Japan 100 Yen Love[55] 百円の恋 Japanese Masaharu Take Not nominated
 Jordan Theeb[56] ذيب Arabic Naji Abu Nowar Nominated[12]
 Kazakhstan Stranger[57] Жат Kazakh Ermek Tursunov Not nominated
 Kosovo Babai[58] Babai Albanian Visar Morina Not nominated
 Kyrgyzstan Heavenly Nomadic[59] Сутак Kyrgyz Mirlan Abdykalykov Not nominated
 Latvia Modris[60] Modris Latvian Juris Kursietis Not nominated
 Lebanon Void[61] وينن Arabic Tarek Korkomaz, Zeina Makki, Jad Beyrouthy, Christelle Ighniades, Salim Habr, Maria Abdel Karim, Naji Bechara Not nominated
 Lithuania The Summer of Sangailė[62] Sangailės vasara Lithuanian Alantė Kavaitė Not nominated
 Luxembourg Baby(a)lone[63] Baby(A)lone Luxembourgish Donato Rotunno Not nominated
 Macedonia Honey Night[64] Медена ноќ Macedonian Ivo Trajkov Not nominated
 Malaysia Men Who Save the World[65] Lelaki Harapan Dunia Malay Liew Seng Tat Not nominated
 Mexico 600 Miles[66] 600 Millas Spanish Gabriel Ripstein Not nominated
 Montenegro You Carry Me[67] Ti mene nosiš Croatian Ivona Juka Not nominated
 Morocco Aida[68] عايدة Arabic Driss Mrini Not nominated
   Nepal Talakjung vs Tulke[69] टलकजंग भर्सेस टुल्के Nepali Nischal Basnet Not nominated
 Netherlands The Paradise Suite[70] The Paradise Suite Bulgarian, Swedish, French, Bosnian, Serbian, Dutch Joost van Ginkel Not nominated
 Norway The Wave[71] Bølgen Norwegian, Danish Roar Uthaug Not nominated
 Pakistan Moor[72] ماں Urdu, Pashto Jami Not nominated
 Palestine The Wanted 18[73] The Wanted 18 Arabic Paul Cowan, Amer Shomali Not nominated
 Panama Box 25[74] Caja 25 Spanish Mercedes Arias, Delfina Vidal Not on the final list
 Paraguay Cloudy Times[75] El tiempo nublado Spanish Arami Ullon Not nominated
 Peru NN[76] NN Spanish Héctor Gálvez Not nominated
 Philippines Heneral Luna[77] Heneral Luna Filipino, English, Spanish, French, Kinaray-a, Hiligaynon Jerrold Tarog Not nominated
 Poland 11 Minutes[78] 11 Minut Polish, English Jerzy Skolimowski Not nominated
 Portugal Arabian Nights: Volume 2 - The Desolate One[79] As Mil e Uma Noites: Volume 2, O Desolado Portuguese Miguel Gomes Not nominated
 Romania Aferim![80] Aferim! Romanian, Romany Radu Jude Not nominated
 Russia Sunstroke[81] Солнечный удар Russian Nikita Mikhalkov Not nominated
 Serbia Enclave[82] Енклава Serbian, Albanian Goran Radovanović Not nominated
 Singapore 7 Letters[83] 7 Letters Malay, Hokkien, Mandarin, Malayalam, English Boo Junfeng, Eric Khoo, Jack Neo, K Rajagopal, Tan Pin Pin, Royston Tan, Kelvin Tong Not nominated
 Slovakia Goat[84] Koza Slovak, Czech Ivan Ostrochovský Not nominated
 Slovenia The Tree[85] Drevo Slovene Sonja Prosenc Not nominated
 South Africa The Two of Us[86] Thina Sobabili Zulu Ernest Nkosi Not nominated
 South Korea The Throne[87] 사도 Korean Lee Joon-ik Not nominated
 Spain Flowers[88] Loreak Basque Jon Garaño, Jose Mari Goenaga Not nominated
 Sweden A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence[89] En duva satt på en gren och funderade över tillvaron Swedish Roy Andersson Not nominated
  Switzerland Iraqi Odyssey[90] Iraqi Odyssey Arabic Samir Not nominated
 Taiwan The Assassin[91] 刺客聶隱娘 Mandarin Hou Hsiao-hsien Not nominated
 Thailand How to Win at Checkers (Every Time)[92] พี่ชาย My Hero (Pi Chai My Hero) Thai Josh Kim Not nominated
 Turkey Sivas[93] Sivas Turkish Kaan Müjdeci Not nominated
 United Kingdom Under Milk Wood[94] Under Milk Wood Welsh, English Kevin Allen Not nominated
 Uruguay A Moonless Night[95] Una noche sin luna Spanish Germán Tejeira Not nominated
 Venezuela Gone with the River[96] Dauna. Lo que lleva el río Warao Mario Crespo Not nominated
 Vietnam Jackpot[97] Trúng số Vietnamese Dustin Nguyen Not nominated

Changes

  • Afghanistan's submission was on the official list, but it was disqualified a few days prior to its Academy screening for having too much dialogue in English.[98] The Afghan filmmakers union tried to appeal, bringing the language breakdown by minutes, but they were unsuccessful.[98]
  • China's submission was originally reported as being Wolf Totem directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud,[99] but this was changed to Go Away Mr. Tumor by Han Yan when the final list was released.[5]
  • Panama had reportedly submitted the documentary Box 25 directed by Mercedes Arias and Delfina Vidal,[100] but the film was not on the final list.[5]

Other countries

  • Cuba announced that it had convened a selection committee which decided by majority vote not to send a film to the Oscars.[101]
  • The Nigerian Oscar Selection Committee (NOSC) asked for films to be submitted by 6 July 2015.[102] Nigeria planned to submit a film for the first time last year, but ultimately no entries were eligible.[102]
  • Ukraine missed the deadline to submit a film, but requested an extension from the Academy.[103]

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External links

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