Oscar 2018, ecco i 92 titoli in corsa per la statuetta come miglior film straniero

A Ciambra contro tutti agli Oscar 2018.

Sei Paesi in corsa per la prima volta con 26 registe in lista. Un record in questa categoria. Sono stati annunciati i 92 titoli in gara per l’Oscar come miglior film straniero, con Haiti, Honduras, Laos, Mozambico, Senegal e Siria per la prima volta in lista.

Per l’Italia ci sarà A Ciambra, chiamato a dover gareggiare con pellicole dall’altissimo spessore qualitativo. Tra i film favoriti per il trionfo finale il cileno Una donna Fantastica di Sebastian Lelio, premiato a Berlino; l’israeliano Foxtrot di Samuel Maoz, Leone d’argento – Gran premio della giuria a Venezia 74; il libanese L’Insulto di Ziad Doueiri, Coppa Volpi per la migliore interpretazione maschile a Kamel El Basha al Lido; l’immancabile Michael Haneke con Happy End; lo svedese The Square, Palma d’Oro all’ultimo Festival di Cannes; il tedesco In the Fade e 120 battiti al minuto, chiamato a riportare l’Oscar straniero in Francia dopo 25 anni d’assenza.

A trionfare lo scorso anno l’iraniano Il cliente di Asghar Farhadi.

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Afghanistan – “A Letter to the President” (Roya Sadat)
Albania – “Daybreak” (Gentian Koçi)
Argentina – “Zama” (Lucrecia Martel)
Armenia – “Yeva” (Anahit Abad)
Australia – “The Space Between” (Ruth Borgobello)
Austria – “Happy End” (Michael Haneke)
Azerbaijan – “Pomegranate Orchard” (Ilgar Najaf)
Bangladesh – “The Cage” (Akram Khan)
Belgium – “Racer and the Jailbird’ (Michaël R. Roskam)
Bosnia & Herzegovina – “Men Don’t Cry” (Alen Drljević)
Bolivia – “Dark Skull” (Kiro Russo)
Brazil – “Bingo: The King of the Mornings” (Daniel Rezende)
Bulgaria – “Glory” (Kristina Grozeva & Petar Valchanov)
Cambodia – “First They Killed My Father” (Angelina Jolie)
Canada – “Hochelaga, Land of Souls” (François Girard)
Chile – “A Fantastic Woman” (Sebastián Lelio)
China – “Wolf Warrior 2” (Wu Jing)
Colombia – “Guilty Men” (Iván Gaona)
Costa Rica – “The Sound of Things” (Ariel Escalante)
Croatia – “Quit Staring at My Plate” (Hana Jušić)
Czech Republic – “Ice Mother” (Bohdan Sláma)
Denmark – “You Disappear” (Peter Schønau Fog)
Dominican Republic – “Woodpeckers” (José María Cabral)
Ecuador – “Alba” (Ana Cristina Barragán)
Egypt – “Sheikh Jackson” (Amr Salama)
Estonia – “November” (Rainer Sarnet)
Finland – “Tom of Finland” (Dome Karukoski)
France – “BPM (Beats per Minute)” (Robin Campillo)
Georgia – “Scary Mother” (Ana Urushadze)
Germany – “In the Fade” (Fatih Akın)
Greece – “Amerika Square” (Yannis Sakaridis)
Haiti – “Ayiti Mon Amour” (Guetty Felin)
Honduras – “Morazán” (Hispando Durón)
Hong Kong – “Mad World” (Wong Chun)
Hungary – “On Body and Soul” (Enyedi Ildikó)
Iceland – “Under the Tree” (Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson)
India – “Newton” (Amit V Masurkar)
Indonesia – “Turah” (Wicaksono Wisnu Legowo)
Iran – “Breath” (Narges Abyar)
Iraq – “The Dark Wind” (Hussein Hassan)
Ireland – “Song of Granite” (Pat Collins)
Italy – “A Ciambra” (Jonas Carpignano)
Japan – “Her Love Boils Bathwater” (Ryōta Nakano)
Kazakhstan – “The Road to Mother” (Akan Satayev)
Kenya – “Kati Kati” (Mbithi Masya)
Kosovo – “Unwanted” (Edon Rizvanolli)
Kyrgyzstan – “Centaur” (Aktan Abdykalykov)
Laos – “Dearest Sister” (Mattie Do)
Latvia – “The Chronicles of Melanie” (Viesturs Kairišs)
Lebanon – “The Insult” (Ziad Doueiri)
Lithuania – “Frost” (Šarūnas Bartas)
Luxembourg – “Barrage” (Laura Schroeder)
Mexico – “Tempestad” (Tatiana Huezo)
Mongola – “The Children of Genghis” (Zolbayar Dorj)
Morocco – “Razzia” (Nabil Ayouch)
Mozambique – “The Train of Salt and Sugar” (Licínio Azevedo)
Nepal – “White Sun” (Deepak Rauniyar)
Netherlands – “Layla M.” (Mijke de Jong)
New Zealand – “One Thousand Ropes” (Tusi Tamasese)
Norway – “Thelma” (Joachim Trier)
Pakistan – “Saawan” (Farhan Alam)
Palestine – “Wajib” (Annemarie Jacir)
Panama – “Beyond Brotherhood” (Arianne Benedetti)
Paraguay – “Los buscadores” (Juan Carlos Maneglia & Tana Schembori)
Peru – “Rosa Chumbe” (Jonatan Relayze)
Philippines – “Birdshot” (Mikhail Red)
Poland – “Spoor” (Agnieszka Holland)
Portugal – “Saint George” (Marco Martins)
Romania – “The Fixer” (Adrian Sitaru)
Russia – “Loveless” (Andrei Zvyagintsev)
Senegal – “Félicité” (Alain Gomis)
Serbia – “Requiem for Mrs. J” (Bojan Vuletić)
Singapore – “Pop Aye” (Kirsten Tan)
Slovakia – “The Line” (Peter Bebjak)
Slovenia – “The Miner” (Hanna Antonina Wojcik-Slak)
South Africa – “The Wound” (John Trengove)
South Korea – “A Taxi Driver” (Jang Hoon)
Spain – “Summer 1993” (Carla Simón)
Sweden – “The Square” (Ruben Östlund)
Switzerland – “The Divine Order” (Petra Biondina Volpe)
Syria – “Little Gandhi” (Sam Kadi)
Taiwan – “Small Talk” (Huang Hui-chen)
Thailand – “By the Time It Gets Dark” (Anocha Suwichakornpong)
Tunisia – “The Last of Us” (Ala Eddine Slim)
Turkey – “Ayla: The Daughter of War” (Can Ulkay)
Ukraine – “Black Level” (Valentyn Vasyanovych)
United Kingdom – “My Pure Land” (Sarmad Masud)
Uruguay – “Another History of the World” (Guillermo Casanova)
Venezuela – “El Inca” (Ignacio Castillo Cottin)
Vietnam – “Father and Son” (Lương Đình Dũng)

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