Zhang Yimou's The Flowers of War submitted for foreign-language Oscar

Chau, Elizabeth
October 2011
Asia Pacific Arts;10/20/2011, p1
The article informs that film director Zhang Yimou's film "The Flowers of War," starring John Haufman, has been submitted for the foreign language Oscar category at the 84th Academy Awards, nominees of which will be announced on January 24, 2011. As stated, the film will be broadcasted by ABC Television Network on February 26, 2011.


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