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Three Indian films among others vying for Golden Globe award

MUMBAI: Harischandrachi Factory and Chandni Chowk To China are among 69 foreign-language films that have qualified for the 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Of these, five nominees will be announced on 15 December. The awards will take place on 17 January next year.


Among the other films are Palme d‘Or winner The White Ribbon, A Prophet, Mother and City Of Life And Death, About Elly (Iran), Ajami (Israel), Baaria (Italy), Backyard (Mexico), Broken Embraces (Spain), Broken Promise (Slovak Republic), Can Not Live Without You (Taiwan), Cell 211 (Spain), Chameleon (Hungary), Chilango Chronicles (Mexico), City Of Life And Death (China), Coco Before Chanel (France), The Dancer And The Thief (Spain), Dawson, Island 10 (Chile), A Day At The Museum (France), Donkey (Croatia), Eden Is West (France), For a Moment, Freedom (Austria/France), I Galantuomini (Italy).


The Girl On The Train (France), The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Sweden), God‘s Offices (France/Belgium), Grandpa Is Dead (Philippines), Grown Ups (France/Sweden), Hello Goodbye (France/Israel/Italy), Hipsters (Russia), I Killed My Mother (Canada), I Saw The Sun (Turkey), Il Grande Sogno (Italy).


John Rabe (Germany), Lebanon (Israel), Letters To Father Jacob (Finland), London River (Algeria), Louise-Michel (France/Belgium/Luxembourg), Made In Hungaria (Hungary).
The Maid (Chile), Max Manus (Norway), Micmacs (France), The Misfortunates (Belgium), Mother (South Korea), My Queen Karo (Belgium), Nobody To Watch Over Me (Japan) Police, Adjective (Romania), Prank (Hungary), Prince Of Tears (Hong Kong/Taiwan), A Prophet (France) Protektor (Czech Republic), Queen To Play (France/Germany), Refractaire (Draft Dodgers) (Luxembourg), The Reverse (Poland), The Road From Elephant Pass (Sri Lanka), Rudo And Cursi (Mexico), Samson & Delilah (Australia).


The Secret Of Her Eyes (Argentina), Secrets Of State (France), Someone I Loved (France/Belgium/Italy), Southern District (Bolivia), Terribly Happy (Denmark), Thirst (South Korea), Vincere (Italy), The Waltz (Italy), Ward No. 6 (Russia), Welcome (France), The White Ribbon (Germany), Winter In Wartime (The Netherlands), With A Little Help From Myself (France).

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