Oscar 2017 | Brasil está na lista dos 85 pré-candidatos a filme estrangeiro; confira


A Academia de Artes e Ciências Cinematográficas divulgou uma lista com os 85 países que estão na disputa ao Oscar de Melhor filme estrangeiro em 2017. Pequeno Segredo está incluído na lista, representando o Brasil.

A 89ª edição do Oscar será realizada em 26 de fevereiro de 2017.

Confira todos os pré-candidatos a filme estrangeiro:

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Albania, “Chromium,”
Algeria, “The Well,”
Argentina, “The Distinguished Citizen,”
Australia, “Tanna,”
Austria, “Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe,”
Bangladesh, “The Unnamed,”
Belgium, “The Ardennes,”
Bolivia, “Sealed Cargo,”
Bosnia and Herzegovina, “Death in Sarajevo,”
Brasil, “Pequeno Segredo,”
Bulgaria, “Losers,”
Cambodia, “Before the Fall,”
Canada, “It’s Only the End of the World,”
Chile, “Neruda,”
China, “Xuan Zang,”
Colombia, “Alias Maria,”
Costa Rica, “About Us,”
Croatia, “On the Other Side,”
Cuba, “The Companion,”
Czech Republic, “Lost in Munich,”
Denmark, “Land of Mine,”
Dominican Republic, “Sugar Fields,”
Ecuador, “Such Is Life in the Tropics,”
Egypt, “Clash,”
Estonia, “Mother,”
Finland, “The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki,”
France, “Elle,”
Georgia, “House of Others,”
Germany, “Toni Erdmann,”
Greece, “Chevalier,”
Hong Kong, “Port of Call,”
Hungary, “Kills on Wheels,”
Iceland, “Sparrows,”
India, “Interrogation,”
Indonesia, “Letters from Prague,”
Iran, “The Salesman,”
Iraq, “El Clásico,”
Israel, “Sand Storm,”
Italy, “Fire at Sea,”
Japan, “Nagasaki: Memories of My Son,”
Jordan, “3000 Nights,”
Kazakhstan, “Amanat,”
Kosovo, “Home Sweet Home,”
Kyrgyzstan, “A Father’s Will,”
Latvia, “Dawn,”
Lebanon, “Very Big Shot,”
Lithuania, “Seneca’s Day,”
Luxembourg, “Voices from Chernobyl,”
Macedonia, “The Liberation of Skopje,”
Malaysia, “Beautiful Pain,”
Mexico, “Desierto,”
Montenegro, “The Black Pin,”
Morocco, “A Mile in My Shoes,”
Nepal, “The Black Hen,”
Netherlands, “Tonio,”
New Zealand, “A Flickering Truth,”
Norway, “The King’s Choice,”
Pakistan, “Mah-e-Mir,”
Palestine, “The Idol,”
Panama, “Salsipuedes,”
Peru, “Videophilia (and Other Viral Syndromes),”
Philippines, “Ma’ Rosa,”
Poland, “Afterimage,”
Portugal, “Letters from War,”
Romania, “Sieranevada,”
Russia, “Paradise,”
Saudi Arabia, “Barakah Meets Barakah,”
Serbia, “Train Driver’s Diary,”
Singapore, “Apprentice,”
Slovakia, “Eva Nová,”
Slovenia, “Houston, We Have a Problem!”
South Africa, “Call Me Thief,”
South Korea, “The Age of Shadows,”
Spain, “Julieta,”
Sweden, “A Man Called Ove,”
Switzerland, “My Life as a Zucchini,”
Taiwan, “Hang in There, Kids!”
Thailand, “Karma,”
Turkey, “Cold of Kalandar,”
Ukraine, “Ukrainian Sheriffs,”
United Kingdom, “Under the Shadow,”
Uruguay, “Breadcrumbs,”
Venezuela, “From Afar,”
Vietnam, “Yellow Flowers on the Green Grass,”
Yemen, “I Am Nojoom, Age 10 and Divorced.”

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