Oscar: Foreign Language Films that Won the Award (in Various Categories)

Oscar: Foreign Language Films that Won the Award (in Various Categories)

1945

(18th) Marie-Louise Marie-Louise Writing
(original screenplay) Richard Schweizer Switzerland Switzerland German

1954

(27th) Gate of Hell[A] Jigokumon (地獄門) Costume Design
(color) Sanzo Wada Japan Japan Japanese

1956
(29th) The Red Balloon Le ballon rouge Writing
(original screenplay) Albert Lamorisse France France French

1959

(32nd) Serengeti Shall Not Die Serengeti darf nicht sterben Documentary Feature Bernhard Grzimek Germany Germany German

1961

(34th) La Dolce Vita La dolce vita Costume Design
(black-and-white) Piero Gherardi Italy Italy Italian, English, French, German

1961

(34th) Two Women La ciociara Actress in a Leading Role Sophia Loren Italy Italy
France France Italian, German

1962

(35th) Divorce Italian Style Divorzio all’italiana Writing
(story and screenplay) Ennio de Concini
Alfredo Giannetti Pietro Germi Italy Italy Italian

1963
(36th) 8½[B] 8½ Costume Design
(black-and-white) Piero Gherardi Italy Italy Italian, English, French, German

1966
(39th) A Man and a Woman[B] Un homme et une femme Writing
(story and screenplay) Claude Lelouch
(story and screenplay)
Pierre Uytterhoeven
(screenplay) France France French

1969
(41st) Z[B] Z Film Editing Françoise Bonnot Algeria Algeria French

1973

(46th) Cries and Whispers Viskningar och rop Cinematography Sven Nykvist Sweden Sweden Swedish

1983
(56th) Fanny and Alexander[B] Fanny och Alexander Art Direction
Cinematography
Costume Design Anna Asp
(art direction)
Sven Nykvist
(cinematography)
Marik Vos
(costume design) Sweden Sweden Swedish, German, Yiddish, English

1985
(58th) Ran: Costume Design Emi Wada Japan Japan Japanese

1990

(63rd) Cyrano de Bergerac Cyrano de Bergerac Costume Design Franca Squarciapino France France French

1995
(68th) The Postman Il postino Music
(original dramatic score) Luis Enrique Bacalov Italy Italy Italian, Spanish
1998
(71st) Life Is Beautiful[B] La vita è bella Actor in a Leading Role
Music
(original dramatic score) Roberto Benigni
(best actor)
Nicola Piovani
(original dramatic score) Italy Italy Italian, German, English

2000
(73rd) Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Art Direction
Cinematography
Music
(original score) Tim Yip
(art direction)
Peter Pau
(cinematography)
Tan Dun
(original score) Taiwan Taiwan

2002
(75th) Talk to Her Hable con ella Writing
(original screenplay) Pedro Almodóvar Spain Spain Spanish

2004
(77th) The Motorcycle Diaries[E] Diarios de motocicleta Music
(original song) Jorge Drexler
for “Al otro lado del río” Brazil Brazil
Argentina Argentina
Chile Chile
France France
Germany Germany
Peru Peru
United Kingdom United Kingdom
United States United States Quechua, Spanish

2006

(79th) Letters from Iwo Jima

Sound Editing Bub Asman
Alan Robert Murray United States United States Japanese, English

2006

(79th) Pan’s Labyrinth El laberinto del fauno Art Direction
Cinematography
Makeup Eugenio Caballero
(art direction)
Pilar Revuelta
(set decoration)
Guillermo Navarro
(cinematography)
David Martí
(makeup)
Montse Ribé
(makeup) Mexico Mexico
Spain Spain Spanish

2007
(80th) La Vie en Rose[E] La Môme Actress in a Leading Role
Makeup Marion Cotillard
(actress)
Jan Archibald
(makeup)
Didier Lavergne
(makeup) United States United States
France France
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Czech Republic Czech Republic French

2011
(84th) The Artist”

Picture
Director

Actor in a Leading Role

Music

Costume Design

Thomas Langmann (producer)
Michel Hazanavicius (director)

Jean Dujardin (actor)

Ludovic Bource (composer)

Mark Bridges (costume design)

France France N/A

2018
(91st) Roma[B][E] Roma Director
Cinematography Alfonso Cuarón
(director, cinematography) Mexico Mexico
United States United States Spanish

2019
(92nd) Parasite

Picture
Director
Original Screenplay Kwak Sin-ae
(picture)
Bong Joon-ho
(picture, director, screenplay)
Han Jin-won
(screenplay) South Korea South Korea Korean