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2015 Golden Globe Predictions: Best Foreign Film

2015 Golden Globe Predictions: Best Foreign Film

Indiewire’s Awards Editor Peter Knegt and TV Critic Ben Travers will
provide regular updates on the Golden Globe races leading up to the
ceremony on January 11, 2015.

Canada’s “Mommy,”  Belgium’s “Two Days, One Night,” Argentina’s “Wild
Tales” and Turkey’s “Winter Sleep” were among the many favorites that
didn’t make the Globes’ cut for Best Foreign Film. The most unexpected
film to get in was Estonia’s “Tangerines” — which absolutely no one saw
coming. The Globes usually only have two or three films cross over to
Oscar in this category, though the winners have lined up four years
running (“In a Better World,” “A Separation,” “Amour” and “The Great
Beauty”). Which is good news for Russia’s “Leviathan,” Poland’s “Ida”
and Sweden’s “Force Majeure” — arguably the three frontrunners for the
win both here and at the Oscars.

The Nominees:
“Force Majeure”
“Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem”

Will Win: “Ida”
Could Win: “Leviathan”
Should Win: “Leviathan”
Shoulda Been Here: “Mommy”

Check out all our predictions (including the TV categories care of both Knegt and Indiewire TV Critic Ben Travers) here.

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