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« NYFF: Certain Women | Main | Foreign Film Race Pt 1: All the Trailers (Albania to Italy) »
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Oct112016

Foreign Film Race Pt 2: All the Trailers (Japan to Vietnam)

Everything You Wanted to Know About the Foreign Language Film Category... *But Were Afraid to Ask

Pt 1 All the Trailers (Albania to Italy)

Pt 2 All the Trailers (Japan through Vietnam)
Here are all the trailers in one place! (Well two places. Part one has the first half. While you watch these we're sprucing up the Official Submission Charts right now to make them cleaner with the full list now that the Academy has made the list official.  Which of the 85 films (a record!) are you eager to see? Which do you think Oscar might also warm to? 

See more trailers than you can watch in one sitting after after the jump!

France to The Netherlands
(see the companion Oscar chart for more on these movies) 

JAPAN Nagasaki: Memories of My Son (also known as "Living With My Mother")

JORDAN 3000 Nights

KAZAKHSTAN Amanat

KOSOVO Home Sweet Home

KYRGYZSTAN A Fathers Will

LATVIA Dawn

LEBANON Very Big Shot

LITHUANIA Seneca's Day

LUXEMBOURG Voices From Chernobyl

MACEDONIA The Liberation of Skopje 

MALAYSIA Beautiful Pain (also known as "Redha")

MEXICO Desierto

MONTENEGRO Black Pin

MOROCCO A Mile in My Shoes

NEPAL The Black Hen

THE NETHERLANDS Tonio

 

New Zealand to Vietnam
(see the Oscar chart for more on these films)

NEW ZEALAND A Flickering Truth

NORWAY The King's Choice

PAKISTAN Mah E Mir

PALESTINE The Idol

PANAMA Salsipuedes

PERU Videophilia (and other Viral Syndromes)

Videophilia (And Other Viral Syndromes) OFFICIAL TRAILER from Tiempo Libre Studio on Vimeo.

 

THE PHILIPPINES Ma Rosa

POLAND Afterimage

PORTUGAL Letters From War

ROMANIA Sieranevada

RUSSIA Paradise

(searching for video)

SAUDI ARABIA Barakah Meets Barakah

SERBIA Train Drivers Diary

SINGAPORE Apprentice

SLOVAKIA Eva Nova

SLOVENIA Houston, We Have a Problem!

SOUTH AFRICA Call Me Thief

SOUTH KOREA The Age of Shadows

SPAIN Julieta

SWEDEN A Man Called Ove

SWITZERLAND My Life as a Courgette

TAIWAN Hang In There, Kids!

THAILAND Karma

 

TURKEY Cold of Kalandar

UK Under the Shadow - now playing in theaters and on VOD/On Demand

UKRAINE Ukranian Sheriffs

URUGUAY Bread Crumbs

VENEZUELA From Afar

VIETNAM Yellow Flowers on Green Grass

YEMEN I Am Nojoom, Age 10 and Divorced

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Reader Comments (3)

This is amazing! I wish you were a member of the Foreign Language Committee.

October 11, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterPeggy Sue

I endorse Peggy Sue. Thanks for all the work.

I have now seen 12 of them (TANNA, NERUDA, LOST IN MUNICH, THE HAPPIEST DAY IN THE LIFE OF OLLI MAKI, THE SALESMAN, FIRE AT SEA, A FLICKERING TRUTH, THE IDOL, SIERANEVADA, EVA NOVA, MY LIFE AS A COURGETTE, FROM AFAR) and have the opportunity to see seven others (STEFAN ZWEIG: FAREWELL TO EUROPE, TONI ERDMANN, KILLS ON WHEELS, SAND STORM, MA ROSA, APPRENTICE, JULIETA) over the next month.

For whatever it is worth, THE SALESMAN is the best of what I have seen (I personally like it even more than A SEPARATION) , and most of the others are worthy of a nomination (the only ones I think are not quite good enough tot warrant a nomination are A FLICKERING TRUTH, THE IDOL and SIERANEVADA.)

October 11, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterTravis C

Thanks for all your work. You should definitely be a member of the Foreign Language Committee.
This year, we have a Golden Lion (From Afar), Golden Bear (Fuocoammare) & Cannes Grand Prix (It's Only The End of the World). Ken Loach's Palme d'Or was obviously not eligible :)

Could we get a full Cannes line-up??
Iran 'The Salesman'
France 'Elle'
Germany 'Toni Erdmann'
Canada 'Juste la fin du monde'
Spain 'Julieta'

October 12, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterCharlie

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