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Random Soviet Submissions For The Academy Award For Best International Feature Filmreport

  • [Year(Ceremony)]: 1969(42nd)
    [Film title used in nomination]: The Brothers Karamazov
    [Russian title]: Братья Карамазовы
    [Director]: Kirill Lavrov, Ivan Pyryev & Mikhail Ulyanov
    [Republic of production]:  Russian SFSR
    [Result]: Nominated
    (Submissions)

  • [Year(Ceremony)]: 1980(53rd)
    [Film title used in nomination]: Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears
    [Russian title]: Москва слезам не верит
    [Director]: Vladimir Menshov
    [Republic of production]:  Russian SFSR
    [Result]: Won Academy Award
    (Submissions)

  • [Year(Ceremony)]: 1972(45th)
    [Film title used in nomination]: The Dawns Here Are Quiet
    [Russian title]: А зори здесь тихие
    [Director]: Stanislav Rostotsky
    [Republic of production]:  Russian SFSR
    [Result]: Nominated
    (Submissions)

  • [Year(Ceremony)]: 1983(56th)
    [Film title used in nomination]: Vassa
    [Russian title]: Васса
    [Director]: Gleb Panfilov
    [Republic of production]:  Russian SFSR
    [Result]: Not Nominated
    (Submissions)

  • [Year(Ceremony)]: 1976(49th)
    [Film title used in nomination]: They Fought for Their Country
    [Russian title]: Они сражались за родину
    [Director]: Sergei Bondarchuk
    [Republic of production]:  Russian SFSR
    [Result]: Not Nominated
    (Submissions)

  • [Year(Ceremony)]: 1990(63rd)
    [Film title used in nomination]: Taxi Blues
    [Russian title]: Такси-блюз
    [Director]: Pavel Lungin
    [Republic of production]:  Russian SFSR
    [Result]: Not Nominated
    (Submissions)

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Since 1963, the Soviet Union has been supplying famous domestic films to international film festivals in the hope of being nominated and winning an Oscar for Best International Feature Film. This situation persisted until the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991. During this period, the Soviets submitted a total of 24 local films, according to a random tool, but the nominations varied.

Details of the nominated films, their original titles and English language lists, directors, results, and other important information are stored in the generator, which can be further checked by friends interested in local films. Fortunately, Dersu Uzala and Moscow Do Not Believe in Tears won the Best International Feature Film Oscar for those films submitted by the Soviet Union. Although some of the films missed the awards with regret, these films, whether from the production, shooting or plot, the performance tension of the actors, etc. , in the technology at that time is a rare good film.

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