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Academy confirms 93 films submitted for international feature film category

Academy confirms 93 films submitted for international feature film category
Expanded shortlist of 10 films to be announced on December 16.

The Academy on Monday (7) confirmed that 93 countries have submitted films for consideration in the international feature film category for the 92nd Academy Awards.

Ghana, Nigeria and Uzbekistan are first-time entrants with Kwabena Gyansah’s Azali, Genevieve Nnaji’s Lionheart, and Umid Khamdamov’s Hot Bread, respectively.

Earlier this year, the Academy board voted to rename the category formerly known as foreign language film, and expand the shortlist from nine to 10 films.

The shortlist will be announced on December 16. Nominations for the 92nd Oscars will be unveiled on January 13, 2020, and the Oscars
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Oscars: 93 Countries In Running For International Feature Film Race

  • Deadline
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has released the full list of countries that have submitted a pic for consideration for the new International Feature Film Oscar category.

Here are the 93 nations and their hopefuls, in alphabetical order:

Albania, The Delegation, Bujar Alimani, director;

Algeria, Papicha, Mounia Meddour, director;

Argentina, Heroic Losers, Sebastián Borensztein, director;

Armenia, Lengthy Night, Edgar Baghdasaryan, director;

Australia, Buoyancy, Rodd Rathjen, director;

Austria, Joy, Sudabeh Mortezai, director;

Bangladesh, Alpha, Nasiruddin Yousuff, director;

Belarus, Debut, Anastasiya Miroshnichenko, director;

Belgium, Our Mothers, César Díaz, director;

Bolivia, I Miss You, Rodrigo Bellott, director;

Bosnia and Herzegovina, The Son, Ines Tanovic, director;

Brazil, Invisible Life, Karim Aïnouz, director;

Bulgaria, Ága, Milko Lazarov, director;

Cambodia, In the Life of Music, Caylee So, Sok Visal, directors;

Canada, Antigone, Sophie Deraspe, director;

Chile, Spider, Andrés Wood, director;

China, Ne Zha, Yu Yang, director;

Colombia, Monos, Alejandro Landes, director;

Costa Rica, The Awakening of the Ants,
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Asian Horror Night Returns to the Five Flavors Film Festival

The scariest night of the year is coming closer. Three extremely dark stories will perfectly lead to the atmosphere of the Halloween, and at the same time will be a prelude to the forthcoming edition of Five Flavours.

A Thai legend about a phantom inhabiting the bodies of young girls; a paranoid Korean thriller about fears hidden under the bed; and an Indian horror fairy tale about human greed. This year’s edition of Asian Horror Night is a disturbing journey into the depths of human (and not only) nature. Together with our characters, we will experience things, we certainly would not want to experience in our real lives. In order to bring relief to the ragged nerves and clenched stomachs, during the break between the films, we invite you for a delicious Asian treat.

The Program Of The Evening:

20:00 Tumbbad, dir. by Rahi Anil Barve, India 2018, 104′

22:00 Krasue: Inhuman Kiss,
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Netflix falls for Thai horror romance 'Krasue: Inhuman Kiss' (exclusive)

The film became the third biggest Thai film this year so far when it was released in March.

Netflix has acquired worldwide Svod rights, excluding China, to Thai romantic horror hit Krasue: Inhuman Kiss from Thailand’s M Pictures.

Based on popular South East Asian folklore, a krasue is a half-human female ghost who lives a normal life like an ordinary woman during the daytime. But when night comes, her head will be detached from her body and float around looking for flesh and blood to consume.

Directed by Sittisiri Mongkolsiri and written by The Love of Siam’s director Chookiat Sakweerakul,
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Udine Film Festival Hosts Asia’s Surprise Hits

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Udine Film Festival Hosts Asia’s Surprise Hits
This year’s line-up for the Far East Film Festival in Udine includes numerous surprise hits, as well as a diverse selection that mixes the best of Asian commercial cinema with accessible Asian art house.

Among the surprise hits are “A Cool Fish” and “Dying to Survive” from mainland China, and “Project Gutenberg,” the Hong Kong counterfeiting thriller which topped the Chinese box office. From Taiwan, “More Than Blue” was another title that took China’s box office crown.

The mainland Chinese selection also includes Han Han’s “Pegasus”, Zhang Wei’s transgender drama “The Rib,” and coming of age drama “The Crossing,” which premiered in Toronto.

Labelled as a Hong Kong production, Renny Harlin’s “Bodies at Rest,” and Yuen Woo-ping’s “Master Z: The Ip Man Legacy” also find festival berths.

The festival’s nine titles from Japan include comedy “Fly Me To Saitama,” Sabu’s absurdist “Jam
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Filmart: Thailand’s M Pictures unleashes new titles (exclusive)

Period action comedy Khun Phaen Begins starring Pee Mak’s Mario Mauer leads the slate.

Thailand’s M Pictures is launching sales on a string of new titles led by Khun Phaen Begins, a period action comedy set in the Ayutthaya Kingdom and featuring hot Thai actor Mario Mauer of Pee Mak fame.

Directed by Kongkiat Khomsiri, whose credits include Khun Phan 1 and 2, Khun Phaen Begins is scheduled for an October release.

It Could Be Him, which will open locally on March 28, is a romantic comedy about two best friends who fall for the same girl. It is directed by Bungfai Team,
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