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Foreign Language Films Compete For Golden Globe

After careful examination, 53 motion pictures have been approved for Golden Globe consideration in the Foreign Language category. In order to qualify for foreign language consideration, a film must have at least 51% of its dialogue in a language other than
English, it must be released in its country or countries (in case of co-production) of origin between Nov. 1, 2013, and Dec. 31, 2014, and it must have an official screening for HFPA voting members.
Documentaries do not qualify for the category and foreign language entries are not eligible
in the best musical or comedy or best drama categories. But the filmmakers – actors, directors, screenwriters and composers – can also compete in their respective categories.
The HFPA foreign language category rules allow American productions that are in languages other than English. The HFPA also does not limit each country to just one entry per year in the category. Below is the full list of Foreign Language Films approved for Golden Globe consideration. The films are listed in alphabetical order.
1001 Grams (Norway), Beloved Sisters (Germany), Brancusi From Eternity (Romania), Cantinflas (Mexico), Charlie’s Country (Australia), Chinese Puzzle (France), The Circle (Switzerland), The Continent (China), Coming Home (China), Concrete Night (Finland), Corn Island (Georgia), The Dark Valley (Austria), The Dead Lands (New Zealand), Dearest (China), Die Vampirischwestern 2 (Germany), Difret (Ethiopia), Eyes of a Thief (Palestine), Fandry (India), Force Majeure (Sweden), Forgotten (Bolivia), Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem (Israel), The Great Victory (Brazil), The Grump (Finland), Human Capital (Italy), Ida (Poland/Denmark), Kurmanjan Datka Queen of the Mountains (Kyrgyzstan), Leviathan (Russia), Liar’s Dice (India), The Liberator (Venezuela), Mateo (Colombia), Mea Culpa (France), Miss Violence (Greece), Mommy (Canada), Norte, the End of History (Philippines), One Candle Two Candles (Kurdistan/USA), The Raid 2 (Indonesia), Saint Laurent (France), See Fog (South Korea), Siddharth (Canada), Tangerines (Estonia), Timbuktu (Mauritania), To Kill a Man (Chile), Two Days, One Night (Belgium), Uzumasa Limelight (Japan), Venus in Fur (France), The Way He Looks (Brazil), We Love You, You Bastard (France), White God (Hungary), Wild Tales (Argentina), Winter Sleep (Turkey), Words With Gods (Mexico), Work Weather Wife (Canada), Yves Saint Laurent (France).
Serge Rakhlin,
Foreign Film Committee HFPA