It does not get an Oscar nomination for the Danish “blockbusters” ‘the Queen’, which is no longer in the race for a statuette in the category Best International Film.

It appears by the ceremony’s inception website.

‘the Queen’ is not on the so-called shortlist of ten films, which will later be boiled down to five nominees.

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Among the ten films shortlisted by Oscar-the academy is among other things the French ‘Les Misérables’, Korean ‘Parasite’ and the senegalese ‘the Atlantic’.

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on the other hand, a Danish influence in the running for Best Documentary, where the syrian-Danish “The Cave” are among the 15 potential award winners.

it is directed by The syrian Feras Fayyad, who also was behind the Oscar-nominated documentary ‘The last men in Aleppo’.

the Film is produced by Danish Documentary Productions, which also produced German ‘Aquarela’, which is also on the shortlisten.

The final nominations will be published in January. The 92. the distribution of the statuettes will take place 9. February 2020.

It is members from all branches of the Oscar-the academy, who have had the opportunity to nominate the ten films, which continue to account for an Oscar for Best International Film.

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Here was ‘the Queen’ chosen as Denmark’s best bet on an Oscar among 91 possible movie.

‘the Queen’ was a big success in Denmark, where particularly Trine Dyrholms performance in the lead role harvested anmelderros.

the Film is about a woman who puts her whole life on the game by embarking on an affair with his 17-year-old stepson.

Behind ‘the Queen’ is a film director May el-Toukhy. It is her only second film.

Although it is not getting to the coveted oscarstatuette, can the people behind the film welcome to already have received a number of awards, among others the Nordic Council film Prize 2019 and The Grand Jury Prize at the Philadelphia Film Festival 2019.