Official foreign submissions

November 2003
Daily Variety;11/11/2003 70th Anniversary, Vol. 281, p43
Trade Publication
Lists motion pictures that qualified for the foreign language category in the 2004 Oscar. "Osama" from Afghanistan; "Valentin" from Argentina; "Free Radicals" from Austria; "Sea of Silence" from Belgium; "Sexual Dependency" from Bolivia; "Fuse" from Bosnia & Herzegovina.


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