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Latest list of Oscar entries for foreign-language contest

September 23, 2011 | 10:54 am

Miss bella

Sept. 30 is the deadline for countries to submit Oscar entries for foreign-language film, so time is running out. A few countries -- Albania ("The Forgiveness of Blood"), Mexico ("Miss Bala") and Israel ("Footnote") -- announced entries over the past few days. Below is the list of where the entries stand now.

Albania: "The Forgiveness of Blood"

Austria: "Breathing"

Belgium: "Bullhead"

Bosnia and Herzegovina: "Belvedere"

Brazil: "Elite Squad 2″

Bulgaria: "Tilt"

Canada: "Monsieur Lazhar"

Chile: "Violeta"

Colombia: "The Colors of the Mountain"

Finland: "Le Havre"

France: "Declaration of War"

Germany: "Pina"

Greece: "Attenberg"

Hong Kong: "A Simple Life"

Hungary: "The Turin Horse"

Iceland: "Volcano"

Iran: "A Separation"

Ireland: "As if I Am Not There"

Israel: "Footnote"

Japan: "Postcard"

Lebanon: "Where Do We Go Now?"

Lithuania: "Back in Your Arms"

Mexico: "Miss Bala"

Morocco: "Omar Killed Me"

Netherlands: "Sonny Boy"

Norway: "Happy, Happy"

Peru: "October"

Philippines: "The Woman in the Septic Tank"

Poland: "In Darkness"

Portugal: "José and Pilar"

Romania: "Morgen"

Russia: "Burnt by the Sun 2: Citadel"

Serbia: "Montevideo, God Bless You!"

Slovakia: "Gypsy"

South Korea: "The Front Line"

Sweden: "Beyond"

Taiwan: "Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale"

Venezuela: "The Rumble of the Stones"

Vietnam: "Thang Long Aspiration"

Below: trailer for Mexico's "Miss Bala."


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Photo: "Miss Bala." Credit: 20th Century Fox