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Oscar 2011 Best Foreign Language Film Possibilities: Undertow, When We Leave, Even The Rain

15 October 2010 6:28 AM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Manolo Cardona, Cristian Mercado in Javier Fuentes-León's Undertow / Contracorriente (top); Gael Garcia Bernal, Luis Tosar in Iciar Bollain's Even the Rain (middle); Sibel Kekilli in Feo Aladag's When We Leave (bottom) Oscar 2011: Best Foreign Language Film Predictions: Biutiful, The First Beautiful Thing, Carancho Here are a few other possibilities for the 2011 Oscar's Best Foreign Language Film list of semi-finalists: Iciar Bollain's También la Lluvia / Even the Rain (Spain), about two filmmakers (Gael Garcia Bernal and Luis Tosar) exploiting Bolivian extras. The film also offers an analogy to Christopher Columbus' exploitation of American natives. Oliver Schmitz's mother-daughter drama Life, Above All (South Africa). South Africa has done well in the past decade, with a nomination for Yesterday (2004) and a victory for Tsotsi (2005). Javier Fuentes-León's Sundance Film Festival Audience Award winner Undertow / Contracorriente (Peru), which deals with ghosts, forbidden gay love, and social conformism. »

- Andre Soares

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Vitagraph Films Like Chances for 'Even the Rain'

12 October 2010 11:30 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Vitagraph Films, a film distributor that services only one to a trio of titles per year, have made the rare pick-up. Following last year's purchase of Germany's The Baader Meinhof Complex, the company have grabbed yet another Foreign Oscar hopeful for a theatrical release sometime next year -- as Spain's Even The Rain will only play in it's host country in January. The film had to beat out other hopefuls such as Daniel Monzón's Celda 211 and Andrucha Waddington's Lope for the country's nomination (worth noting, Luis Tosar star of Even the Rain appeared in all three nominated films) and will now have to go through the two step nomination process for the Oscars: where a longlist is made into a shortlist. Icíar Bollaín directed Tosar in the dark relationship drama, Take My Eyes. Bollaín's Even The Rain, a.k.a “También la Lluvia” was recently presented at »

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