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Entries in Sergey Loznitsa (1)

Wednesday
Aug 29 2018

Four More Foreign Film Oscar Submissions

by Nathaniel R

Four more official entries to the Foreign Language Film Oscar race.

  • Birds of Passage-Colombia
    This is from the director Ciro Guerra (who has a co-director this time) the man behind Colombia's only Oscar nominee and TFE favoriteEmbrace of the Serpent.The new film is a crime/family drama.
    Opening in the US in February.Orchard distributing
  • Border-Sweden
    Un Certain Regard winner at Cannes this year.It's based on a novella by the author ofLet the Right One In(!) and is a reportedly strange tale of a woman with the ability to sense and smell how people feel.
    Opening in the US October 26th.Neon distributing.
  • Donbass-Ukraine
    From the acclaimed Sergey Loznitsa (My Joy,A Gentle Creature).This one is a cheerful tale (he said sarcastically given Loznitsa's filmography) about the degradation of Ukranian society in our post-truth world
  • La Familia-Venezuela
    A father son drama about a violent neighborhood.
    Played in the US earlier this month.Film Movement distributing.

UPDATE HOURS LATER - TWO MORE ENTRIES

  • Never Look Away-Germany
    From Florian Henckel von Donnersmarch (The Lives of Others) comes this story of a romance between two art students (Tom Schilling and Paula Beer) and her father (Sebastian Koch) who fights against the relationship
  • Ghost Hunting-Palestine
    A documentary about a former interrogation center in which the inmates reenact their interrogations inside a replica of the center built to scale

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