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LOS 81 PAISES QUE COMPITEN EN LOS OSCARS

El Clan es el film que va a competir para la Argentina, pero hay 81 películas que serán analizadas para ser la elegida y finalmente estar entre las nominadas.

Argentina presentará a la película protagonizada por Guillermo Francella y Peter Lanzani, como representante de nuestro país en los Premios de la Academia para competir en la categoría “Mejor Película Extranjera”.

Basado en hechos reales sobre la familia Puccio, El Clan competirá con otras 80 películas para ser finalista y ser candidata a los premios.

Los nominados serán anunciados en vivo el Martes 14 de enero de 2016 por la tarde en el Samuel Goldwyn Theater en Beverly Hills.

La entrega número 88 de los Oscars tendrá lugar el 28 de febrero en el Dolby Theatre de Hollywood. La ceremonia será televisada en más de 225 países.

Te mostramos la lista de las 81 películas que van camino al Oscar:

Afganistan, “Utopia,” Hassan Nazer, director

Albania, “Bota,” Iris Elezi, Thomas Logoreci, directores

Algeria, “Twilight of Shadows,” Mohamed Lakhdar Hamina, director

Argentina, “El Clan,” Pablo Trapero, director

Australia, “Arrows of the Thunder Dragon,” Greg Sneddon, director

Austria, “Goodnight Mommy,” Veronika Franz, Severin Fiala, directores

Bangladesh, “Jalal’s Story,” Abu Shahed Emon, director

Bélgica “The Brand New Testament,” Jaco Van Dormael, director

Bosnia y Herzegovina, “Our Everyday Story,” Ines Tanovic, director

Brasil, “The Second Mother,” Anna Muylaert, director

Bulgaria, “The Judgment,” Stephan Komandarev, director

Cambodia, “The Last Reel,” Sotho Kulikar, director

Canada, “Félix and Meira,” Maxime Giroux, director

Chile, “El Club,” Pablo Larraín, director

China, “Go Away Mr. Tumor,” Han Yan, director

Colombia, “El abrazo de la serpiente,” Ciro Guerra, director

Costa Rica, “Presos,” Esteban Ramírez, director

Croacia, “The High Sun,” Dalibor Matanic, director

República Checa, “Home Care,” Slavek Horak, director

Dinamarca, “A War,” Tobias Lindholm, director;

República Dominicana, “Dólares de Arena,” Laura Amelia Guzmán, Israel Cárdenas, directores

Estonia, “1944,” Elmo Nüganen, director

Etiopia, “Lamb,” Yared Zeleke, director

Finlandia, “The Fencer,” Klaus Härö, director

Francia, “Mustang,” Deniz Gamze Ergüven, director

Georgia, “Moira,” Levan Tutberidze, director

Alemania, “Labyrinth of Lies,” Giulio Ricciarelli, director

Grecia, “Xenia,” Panos H. Koutras, director

Guatemala, “Ixcanul,” Jayro Bustamante, director

Hong Kong, “To the Fore,” Dante Lam, director

Hungría “Son of Saul,” László Nemes, director

Islandia, “Rams,” Grímur Hákonarson, director

India, “Court,” Chaitanya Tamhane, director

Iran, “Muhammad: The Messenger of God,” Majid Majidi, director

Iraq, “Memories on Stone,” Shawkat Amin Korki, director

Irlanda, “Viva,” Paddy Breathnach, director

Israel, “Baba Joon,” Yuval Delshad, director

Italia, “Don’t Be Bad,” Claudio Caligari, director

Costa de Marfil, “Run,” Philippe Lacôte, director

Japon, “100 Yen Love,” Masaharu Take, director

Jordania, “Theeb,” Naji Abu Nowar, director

Kazakhstan, “Stranger,” Yermek Tursunov, director

Kosovo, “Babai,” Visar Morina, director

Kyrgyzstan, “Heavenly Nomadic,” Mirlan Abdykalykov, director

Latvia, “Modris,” Juris Kursietis, director

Líbano, “Void,” Naji Bechara, Jad Beyrouthy, Zeina Makki, Tarek Korkomaz, Christelle

Ighniades, Maria Abdel Karim, Salim Haber, directores

Lituania, “The Summer of Sangaile,” Alanté Kavaïté, director

Luxemburgo, “Baby (A)lone,” Donato Rotunno, director

Macedonia, “Honey Night,” Ivo Trajkov, director

Malasia, “Men Who Save the World,” Liew Seng Tat, director

Mexico, “600 Millas,” Gabriel Ripstein, director

Montenegro, “You Carry Me,” Ivona Juka, director

Morocco, “Aida,” Driss Mrini, director

Nepal, “Talakjung vs Tulke,” Basnet Nischal, director

Holanda, “The Paradise Suite,” Joost van Ginkel, director

Noruega, “The Wave,” Roar Uthaug, director

Pakistan, “Moor,” Jami, director

Palestina, “The Wanted 18,” Amer Shomali, Paul Cowan, directores

Paraguay, “El Tiempo Nublado,” Arami Ullón, director

Peru, “NN,” Héctor Gálvez, director

Filipinas, “Heneral Luna,” Jerrold Tarog, director

Polonia, “11 Minutes,” Jerzy Skolimowski, director

Portugal, “Arabian Nights – Volume 2, The Desolate One,” Miguel Gomes, director

Rumania, “Aferim!” Radu Jude, director

Rusia, “Sunstroke,” Nikita Mikhalkov, director

Serbia, “Enclave,” Goran Radovanovic, director;

Singapur, “7 Letters,” Royston Tan, Kelvin Tong, Eric Khoo, Jack Neo, Tan Pin Pin,

Boo Junfeng, K. Rajagopal, directores

Slovakia, “Goat,” Ivan Ostrochovský, director

Slovenia, “The Tree,” Sonja Prosenc, director

Sudafrica, “The Two of Us,” Ernest Nkosi, director

Korea del sur, “The Throne,” Lee Joon-ik, director

España, “Flores,” Jon Garaño, Jose Mari Goenaga, directores

Suecia, “A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence,” Roy Andersson, director

Suiza, “Iraqi Odyssey,” Samir, director

Taiwan, “The Assassin,” Hou Hsiao-hsien, director

Tailandia, “How to Win at Checkers (Every Time),” Josh Kim, director

Turquía, “Sivas,” Kaan Müjdeci, director

Gran Bretaña, “Under Milk Wood,” Kevin Allen, director

Uruguay, “Una noche sin luna,” Germán Tejeira, director

Venezuela, “Lo que lleva el río,” Mario Crespo, director

Vietnam, “Jackpot,” Dustin Nguyen, director.

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