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Films submitted for Best Foreign Language Film of 1998

Films submitted for Best Foreign Language Film of 1998


Argentina, “Tango,” Carlos Saura;

Austria, “The Inheritors,” Stefan Ruzowitzky;

Belgium, “Rosie,” Patrice Toye;

Brazil, “Central Station,” Walter Salles;

Canada, “August 32nd on Earth,” Denis Villeneuve;

China,”Genghis Khan,” Mr. Saifu & Ms. Mailisi;

Colombia, “La Vendedora de Rosas,” Victor Gaviria;

Croatia, “Transatlantic,” Mladen Juran;

Czech Republic, “Sekal Has to Die,” Vladimir Michélek;

Denmark, “The Celebration,” Thomas Vinterberg;

Finland, “A Summer by the River,” Markku Pölönen;

France, “Dreamlife of Angels,” Erick Zonca;

Germany, “Run Lola Run,” Tom Tykwer;

Greece, “Eternity and a Day,” Theo Angelopoulos;

Hong Kong, “Made in Hong Kong,” Fruit Chan;

Hungary, “Gypsy Lore,” Bence Gyöngyössy;

Iceland, “Count Me Out,” Ari Kristinsson;

India, “Jeans,” Shankar;

Indonesia, “Leaf on a Pillow,” Christine Hakim;

Iran, “Children of the Heaven,” Majid Majidi;

Israel, “Circus Palestine,” Eyal Halrfon;

Italy, “Life is Beautiful,” Roberto Benigni;

Japan, “Begging for Love,” Hideyuki Hirayama;

Kyrgyzstan, “The Adopted Son,” Aktan Abdykalydov;

Lebanon, “West Beirut,” Ziad Koueiri;

Luxembourg, “Back in Trouble,” Andy Bausch;

Macedonia, “Good-Bye, 20th Century,” Aleksandar Popovski & Darko Mitrevski;

Mexico, “A Spell,” Carlos Carrera;

Morocco, “Mektoub,” Nabyl Ayouch;

The Netherlands, “The Polish Bride,” Karim Traïdia;

Norway, “Only Clouds Move the Stars,” Torun Lian;

The Philippines, “In the Navel of the Sea,” Marilou Diaz-Abaya;

Portugal, “Anxiety,” Manoel De Oliveira;

Puerto Rico, “Heroes without a Cause,” Iván Dariel Ortiz;

Romania, “Terminus Paradis,” Lucian Pintilie;

Russia, “Barber of Siberia,” Nikita Mikhalkov;

Slovak Republic, “River of Babylon,” Vlado Balco;

Spain, “El Abuelo,” José Luis Garci;

Sweden, “Show Me Love,” Lukas Moodysson;

Switzerland, “La Guerre dans le Haut Pays,” Francis Reusser;

Taiwan, “Flowers of Shanghai,” Hou Hsiao-Hsien;

Thailand, “Who Is Running?,” Oxide Pang Chun;

Venezuela, “Loop,” Julio Sosa Pietri;

Wales, “Cameleons,” Ceri Sherlock;

Yugoslavia, “The Powder Keg,” GoranPaskaljevi.

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