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Submissions for Best Foreign Language for the 75th Academy Awards

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire November 4, 2002 at 2:0AM

Submissions for Best Foreign Language for the 75th Academy AwardsindieWIREAfghanistan, "FireDancer," directed by Jawed WasselAlgeria, "Rachida," directed by Yamina Bachir-ChouikhArgentina, "Kamchatka," directed by Marcelo PineyroAustria, "Geburtig," directed by Robert Schindel & Lukas StepanikBangladesh, "The Clay Bird," directed by Tareque MasudBelgium, "The Son," directed by Jean-Pierre & Luc DardenneBrazil, "City of God," directed by Fernando MeirellesBulgaria, "Warming up Yesterday's Lunch," directed by Kostadin BonevCanada, "Un Crabe Dans la Tete," directed by Andre TurpinChad, "Abouna," directed by Mahamat Saleh HarounChile, "Ogu y Mampato en Rapa Nui," directed by Alejandro RojasChina, "Hero," directed by Zhang YimouColombia, "The Invisible Children," directed by Lisandro Duque NaranjoCroatia, "Fine Dead Girls," directed by Dalibor MatanicCuba, "Nothing More," directed by Juan Carlos CremataCzech Republic, "Wild Bees," directed by Bohdan Sl
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Submissions for Best Foreign Language for the 75th Academy Awards



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Afghanistan, "FireDancer," directed by Jawed Wassel


Algeria, "Rachida," directed by Yamina Bachir-Chouikh


Argentina, "Kamchatka," directed by Marcelo Pineyro


Austria, "Geburtig," directed by Robert Schindel & Lukas Stepanik


Bangladesh, "The Clay Bird," directed by Tareque Masud


Belgium, "The Son," directed by Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne


Brazil, "City of God," directed by Fernando Meirelles


Bulgaria, "Warming up Yesterday's Lunch," directed by Kostadin Bonev


Canada, "Un Crabe Dans la Tete," directed by Andre Turpin


Chad, "Abouna," directed by Mahamat Saleh Haroun


Chile, "Ogu y Mampato en Rapa Nui," directed by Alejandro Rojas


China, "Hero," directed by Zhang Yimou


Colombia, "The Invisible Children," directed by Lisandro Duque Naranjo


Croatia, "Fine Dead Girls," directed by Dalibor Matanic


Cuba, "Nothing More," directed by Juan Carlos Cremata


Czech Republic, "Wild Bees," directed by Bohdan Sl