Tagged: Best Foreign Film

A Royal Affair: Sex, Lies, and Philosophy in Enlightenment Denmark

Set in 18th Century Denmark, A Royal Affair is a gorgeous, intricate retelling of a true story, says Lilit Marcus in her review.

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A Review of ‘Footnote’

In a strong year for the Oscar category of Best Foreign Film the Israeli film Footnote lost out to the brilliant Iranian movie A Separation. However, reviewer Michael Benedict explains that Footnote rises above mere runner-up status and should be sought after by those who love dark comedies.

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Road to the Oscars: Best Foreign Film

While one film sticks out as the far and away favorite, Steve Neumann reviews all the nominees for Best Foreign Films and offers potential sleeper and upset picks.

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Road to the Oscars: Best Foreign Language Film

Our Road to the Oscars Series continues with Best Foreign Language Film. Savanna New looks at a group of nominees that include heavy films from Denmark, Greece, Mexico, Canada, and Algeria. Who will win? Find out what she has to say.

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Road to the Oscars: Week One in Review

Our "Road to the Oscars" series is in full swing, ready to help you with your Oscar pools. This week, we looked at some of the more obscure categories like Best Live Action Short and Best Foreign Film, as well as the more mainstream Best Animated Film category. Adam Spunberg takes a look back.

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Road to the Oscars: Best Foreign Film

The nominees for Best Foreign Film come from Israel, France, Argentina, Peru, and Germany. But it's the latter nation's film "The White Ribbon" which has most prognosticators buzzing. Can France's "A Prophet" pull the upset? Or what about Peru's "Milk of Sorrow?" Paul Popiel reports in "Road to the Oscars."

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