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13 articles available in total starting from 18/09/2003. Last article published on 01/03/2004.

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New triumph for Denys Arcand

New triumph for Denys Arcand

In an evening dominated by Lord of the Rings (11 Oscars out of 11 nominations), Europe had to content itself with the prize for Best Foreign Film, awarded to the French-Canadian Barbarian Invasions  

01/03/2004 | Oscars 2004

Good show for Europe

Good show for Europe

Four European productions will be fighting it out for the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. They're the French-Canadian Barbarian Invasions, also nominated for Best Screenplay, the Swedish...  

27/01/2004 | Oscars 2004 | Nominations

Balseros on its way

Yet another Spanish work is in the running for the prestigious Hollywood statue. The work is the documentary, Balseros, by Carles Bosch and Josep Maria Doménech and is produced by the Spanish...  

26/11/2003 | Oscars 2004 | Spain

Rendez-vous for Belleville?

There’s no stopping the animation film by Sylvain Chomet, Belleville Rendez-Vous. After being chosen to be shown out of competition at the last Cannes Film Festival, according to figures released...  

21/11/2003 | Oscars 2004 | France

Vodka Lemon goes through

Armenia has chosen the film Vodka Lemon by the Kurdish Iraqi filmmaker, Hiner Saleem, as its official entry for the Oscar for Best Foreign Film. The film is produced by the French company Dulcine...  

09/10/2003 | Oscars 2004 | Armenia

Trueba goes through

Spain has also made its decision on which film will represent the country in the competition for the 2004 Oscar for Best Foreign Film. After keeping their cards close to their chest throughout the...  

02/10/2003 | Oscars 2004 | Spain

Kàri and Härö's big dream

Two feature film debuts: Icelandic director Dagur Kàri’s Nói Albinói and Finnish director Klaus Härö’s film Elina have been selected by their respective countries to run for the Oscar nominations....  

01/10/2003 | Oscars 2004 | Finland/Iceland

Evil gets the nomination

Mikael Håfström’s film Evil has been selected by a committee of Swedish film professionals to represent Sweden in the competition for the Best Foreign Film at the 2004 Oscars. Adapted for the...  

01/10/2003 | Oscars 2004 | Sweden

Un Filme Falado nominated

After being shown at Venice, Montreal and Toronto, A Talking Picture ('Un Filme Falado') by Manoel de Oliveira has been nominated as the Portuguese entry to go forward to compete at the 2004...  

01/10/2003 | Oscars 2004 | Portugal

Salvatores tries again!

The film I’m Not Scared by Gabriele Salvatores is the Italian representative going forward to compete for the Oscar for Best Foreign Film. The decision has been announced today by ANICA. With this...  

01/10/2003 | Oscars 2004 | Italy

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