European countries reveal their nominated titles for the 2023 Academy Award for Best International Feature Film
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The date of the 95th Awards Ceremony Academy Awards It is set on March 12, 2023 and European countries have begun to unveil their nominees in the Best International Feature Film category.
This year, films submitted must be shown theatrically in their home country between January 1 and November 30, 2022. The deadline for submissions is October 3. Fifteen semi-finalists will be selected and announced at the end of December by the Academy, which will then narrow the list down to five finalists, to be announced in early 2023.
Last year, 93 countries submitted a film and 92 countries were pre-listed, including 40 applicants representing a European country. japanese candidate, driving my car From Ryusuke Hamaguchihe ended up winning the prestigious trophy.
Below is a list of European films submitted to the Academy, which Cineuropa will update regularly with new additions:
Bulgaria: At the heart of the machineAnd the Martin Makaryev (Bulgaria)
Iceland: Beautiful beings [+lire aussi :
interview : Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson
fiche film]And the Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson (Iceland / Denmark / Sweden / Netherlands / Czech Republic)
Luxembourg: IcarusAnd the Carlo Vogeli (Luxembourg / France / Belgium)
Malta: CarmenAnd the Valerie Bohager (Malta / Canada)
North Macedonia: The happiest man in the world [+lire aussi :
fiche film]And the Teona Strogar Mitevska (North Macedonia / Bosnia and Herzegovina / Belgium / Croatia / Denmark / Slovenia)
Non-European countries with European production
India: View the last movieAnd the Ban Nalin (India / France / USA)
turkey: KerrAnd the Typhoon Bersilimoglu (Turkey / Greece / France)
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