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Oscar 2022, Sorrentino There: “It Was God’s Hand” shortlisted for Best International Film

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It was God’s hand by Paolo Sorrentino Ben fifteen titles Who will compete for Oscar Award In the category of Best International Film. The Neapolitan director, after winning the statuette in the category of best foreign film great beauty In 2014, he returned to Hollywood and is looking to appear again in a similar movie Sorrentino He defined “the most important and most painful” on a personal level, saying he was “happy that all this pain today led to joy.” On February 8, 2022, the Academy will announce five titles that will compete for the 2022 Academy Award in the Best International Film category, as well as nominations for all categories of the 94th Annual Film Award. The closing ceremony is scheduled to take place on March 27, 2022 in Hollywood. Among the adults excluded in this first “skimming” stands out the film that won the Palme d’Or at Cannes, TitaniumWritten and directed by Julia Docornau, winner of the Golden Bear award at the last Berlinale, Unfortunate sex or porn madness Directed by Romanian director and screenwriter Radu Judd.

The fifteen films shortlisted for the Oscar for Best International Film

Here are the titles of the 15 films that will compete for the 2022 Oscar for Best International Film at the 2022 Academy Awards:

  • The worst person in the world Directed by Joachim Trier (Norway);
  • driving my car directed by Ryūsuke Hamaguchi (Japan);
  • hero Directed by Asghar Farhadi (Iran);
  • It was God’s hand Directed by Paolo Sorrentino (Italy);
  • run away Directed by Jonas Boeher Rasmussen (Denmark);
  • I’m Your Man Directed by Maria Schrader (Germany);
  • Lunana: Thor Yak in class Derito Da Pau Chuening Dorje (Bothan);
  • Prayers for the stolen Directed by Tatiana Huizo Sanchez (Mexico);
  • Cathedral Square Directly from Abner Benaim (Panama);
  • Lamb Directed by Vladimir Johansson (Iceland);
  • Beehive Directed by Bleerta Pacholi (Kosovo);
  • cabin 6 directed by Juho Kosmanen (Finland);
  • Stadium Directed by Laura Wandel (Belgium);
  • great freedom Directed by Sebastian Meese (Austria);
  • The perfect dress Directed by Fernando Leon de Aranoa (Spain).
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