Film Society: Crossroad of the World?

Feeling like you haven’t seen a good foreign film lately? Neither are we. The great, expansive year for world cinema has led to a record 67 films in the running for this year’s foreign language film Academy Award. A remarkable ten of them have screened at Film Society events. Don’t miss the eleventh next week in Spanish Cinema Now: Jose Luis Cuerda’s “Blind Sunflowers.”
And let us know which is your award-winner:

“Tony Manero,” Chile
“Dog Eat Dog,” Colombia
“The Class,” France
“Correction,” Greece
“Waltz with Bashir,” Israel
“Gomorrah,” Italy
“Tulpan,” Kazakhstan
“Under the Bombs,” Lebanon
“Rooster’s Breakfast,” Slovenia
“Blind Sunflowers,” Spain
“Kill Them All,” Uruguay

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