National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Foreign Language Film

The National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Foreign Language Film is one of the annual awards given by the National Society of Film Critics.

Winners

1990s

Year English title Original title Country Director
1990ArielArielFinland Aki Kaurismäki
1991The Double Life of VeroniqueLa double vie de VéroniqueFrance/Poland Krzysztof Kieślowski
1992Raise the Red LanternDa hong deng long gao gao guaChinaZhang Yimou
1993The Story of Qiu JuQiu Ju da guan siChinaZhang Yimou
1994Three Colors: RedTrois couleurs: RougeFranceKrzysztof Kieślowski
1995Wild ReedsLes roseaux sauvagesFranceAndré Téchiné
1996La CérémonieLa CérémonieFranceClaude Chabrol
1997The PromiseLa PromesseBelgiumJean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne
1998Taste of CherryTa'm e guilassIranAbbas Kiarostami
1999Autumn TaleConte d'automneFranceEric Rohmer

2000s

Year English title Original title Country Director
2000Not awarded because the year's best film is a foreign language film (Yi Yi: A One and a Two)
2001In the Mood for LoveFa yeung nin waFrance/Hong KongKar Wai Wong
2002Y Tu Mamá TambiénMexicoAlfonso Cuarón
2003The Man Without a Past'Mies vailla menneisyyttä FinlandAki Kaurismäki
2004MoolaadéBurkina Faso/Cameroon/FranceOusmane Sembène
2005Head-OnGegen die WandGermany/TurkeyFatih Akin
2006Not awarded because the year's best film is a foreign language film (Pan's Labyrinth)
20074 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days4 luni, 3 saptamani si 2 zileRomaniaCristian Mungiu
2008Not awarded because the year's best film is a foreign language film (Waltz with Bashir)
2009Summer HoursL'heure d'étéFranceOlivier Assayas

2010s

Year English title Original title Country Director
2010CarlosFrance / GermanyOlivier Assayas
2011A SeparationJodái-e Náder az SiminIranAsghar Farhadi
2012Not awarded because the year's best film is a foreign language film (Amour)
2013Blue Is the Warmest ColourLa Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2France Abdellatif Kechiche
2014Not awarded because the year's best film is a foreign language film (Goodbye to Language)
2015TimbuktuTimbuktuMauritaniaAbderrahmane Sissako
2016Toni ErdmannGermanyMaren Ade
2017GraduationBacalaureatRomaniaCristian Mungiu
2018RomaMexicoAlfonso Cuarón


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