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Oscar 2022: all the films submitted for the Best International Feature Films

Nov 2, 2021 4:13:51 PM / by Julie Sacré

Entries for the 2022 Oscar for best international feature closed on November 1st. Submitted films must have been released between January 1st and December 31 2021. A short list of 15 finalists will be released on December 21.


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Albania: Two Lions Heading to Venice by Jonid Jorgji

Armenia: Si le vent tombe by Nora Martirosyan

Austria: Great Freedom by Sebastian Meise

Belgium: Playground by Laura Wandel

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The White Fortress by Igor Drljaca

Bulgaria: Fear by Ivaylo Hristov

Croatia: Tereza37 by Danilo Serbedzija

Czech Republic: Zatopek by David Ondricek

Denmark: Flee by Jonas Rasmussen

Estonia:Onthe Water by Peter Simm

Finland: Compartiment No.6 by Juho Kuosmanen

France: Titane by Julia Ducouneau

Georgia: Brighton 4th by Levan Koguashvili

Germany: I'm your Man by Maria Schrader

Greece: Digger by Georgia Grigorakis

Hungary: Post Mortem by Peter Bergendy

Iceland: Lamb by Valdimar Johannsson

Ireland: Shelter by Sean Breathnach

Italy: The hand of God by Paolo Sorrentino

Kosovo: Hive by Blerta Basholli

Latvia: The Pit by Dace Puce

Lithuania: The Jump by Giedre Zickyte

Luxembourg: Io Sto Bene by Donato Rotunno

Malta: Luzzu by Alex Camilleri

Montenegro: After the Winter by Ivan Bakrac

Netherland: Do not Hesitate by Shariff Korver

North Macedonia: Sisterhood by Dina Duma

Norway: The Worst Person In The World by Joachim Trier

Poland: Leave No Traces by Jan P. Matuszynski

Portugal:  The Metamorphosis of the Birds by Catarina Vasconcelos

Romania: Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn by Radu Jude

Russia: Unclenching The Fists by Kira Kovalenko

Serbia: Oasis by Ivan Ikic

Slovakia: 107 Mothers by Peter Kerekes

Slovenia: Sanremo by Miroslav Mandic

Spain: The Good Boss by Dernando Leon de Aranoa

Sweden: Tigers by Ronnie Sandahl

Switzerland: Olga by Elie Grappe

Turkey: Commitment Hasan by Semih Kaplanoglu

Ukraine: Bad Roads by Natalia Vorozhbyt


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Algeria: Heliopolis by Djaäfar Gacem

Egypt: Souad by Ayten Amin

Kenya: Mission To Rescue by Gilbert Lukalia

Lebanon: Costa Brava, Lebanon by Mounia Akl

Malawi: Fatsani - A Tale of Survival by Gift Sukez Sukali

Morocco: Casablanca Beats by Nabil Ayouch

Somalia: The Gravedigger's Wife by Khadar Ayderus Ahmed

Tunisia: Golden Butterfly by Abdelhamid Bouchnak



Iran: A Hero by Ashgar Farhadi

Israel: Let it Be Morning by Eran Kolirin

Palestine: The Stranger by Ameer Fakher Eldin


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Argentina: The Intruder by Natalia Meta

Bolivia: The Great Movement by Kira Russo

Brazil: Private Desert by Aly Muritiba

Canada: Drunken Birds by Ivan Grbovic

Colombia: Memoria by Apichatpong Weerasethakul

Costa Rica: Clara Sola by Nathalie Alvarez Mesen

Ecuador: Submersible by Alfredo Leon Leon

Mexico: Prayers For the Stolen by Tatiana Huezo

Panama: Plaza Catedral by Abner Benaim

Paraguay: Nothing But the Sun by Arami Ullon

Peru: Powerful chief by Henry Vallejo

Uruguay: The Broken Glass Theory by Diego Fernandez

Venezuela: The Inner Glow by Andrès Eduardo Rodriguez & Luis Alejandro Rodriguez


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Bangladesh: Rehana by Abdullah Mohammad Saad

Cambodia: White Building by Kavich Neang

Hang Kong: Zero to Hero by Jimmy Wan

India: Pebbles by PS Vinothraj

Indonesia: Yuni by Kamila Andini

Japan: Drive my car by Ryusuke Hamaguchi

Kyrgyzstan: Shambala by Artykpai Suyundukov

Singapore: Precious is The Night by Wayne Peng

South Korea: Escape From Mogadishu by Ryoo Seung-wan

Taiwan: The Falls by Chung Mong-hong

Thailand: The Medium by Banjong Pisanthanakun



Australia: When Pomegranates Howl by Grand Moussavi


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