Oscar 1964: Foreign Language Film

In the ninth year of the competitive category of the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, the winner was Italian comedy, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow by Vittorio De Sica.

The winner of the Best Foreign Language Film from the New York Film Critics Circle was Philippe de Broca’s French comedy, The Man from Rio.

The five nominees were:

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, Italy (winner)

Raven’s End, Sweden

Sallah, Israel

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg. France

Woman in the Dunes, Japana

 

Note:

Sallah was the first Israeli feature to be nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film.