Oscar 1983: Foreign Language Film

In 1983, the winner of the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar was Ingmar Bergman’s popular children fable, Fanny and Alexander.

The five nominees were:

Fanny and Alexander, Sweden (winner)

Entre Nous, France

Le Bal, Algeria (directed by Italian Ettore Scola)

Carmen, Spain

Job’s Revolt, Hungary


The N.Y. Film Critics Circle also voted Fanny and Alexander as best foreign language film.