- List of Filipino submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
The Philippines have submitted films for consideration for the Best Foreign-Language Film category of the Academy Awards since the inception of the category in 1956, when the Italian film "La Strada" won the honors.
In the 26th Academy Awards (1953), the first Filipino film to be exhibited in the Venice Film Festival, "Genghis Khan", was under contention for receipt of the Honorary Foreign Language Film award, the precursor to the current category.
From 1956 to the inception of the Film Academy of the Philippines in 1982, four films have been submitted for consideration by the Film Society of the Philippines, the Film Institute of the Philippines, the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (
FAMAS), and the Philippine Movie Producers Association; the four organizations that were responsible for doing so. Only four films were sent during those times because of certain technicalities that vetoed possible submissions out of the list. Curiously enough, films that were submitted during these times did not even merit the highest honor of Philippine cinema, the FAMAS Award for Best Picture.
In 1982, the Film Academy has, on an irregular basis, sent submissions to the Academy Awards for that category.
Philippine Submissions to the Oscars
* 1953 "Genghis Khan"
** under contention (26th Academy Awards)
* 1954-1955 No submission
* 1956 "Anak Dalita" (29th Academy Awards)
* 1957-1960 No submission
* 1961 "Moises Padilla Story" (34th Academy Awards)
* 1962-1966 No submission
* 1967 "Dahil sa Isang Bulaklak" (40th Academy Awards)
* 1968-1975 No submission
* 1976 "Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon" (49th Academy Awards)
* 1977-1983 No submission
* 1984 "Karnal" (57th Academy Awards)
* 1985 "Bayan Ko: Kapit sa Patalim" (58th Academy Awards)
* 1986-1994 No submissionnn
* 1995 "Inagaw Mo ang Lahat sa Akin" (68th Academy Awards)
* 1996 "Segurista" (69th Academy Awards)
* 1997 "Milagros" (70th Academy Awards)
* 1998 "Sa Pusod ng Dagat" (71st Academy Awards)
* 1999 "Saranggola" (72nd Academy Awards)
* 2000 "Anak" (73rd Academy Awards)
* 2001 "Gatas: Sa Dibdib ng Kaaway" (74th Academy Awards)
* 2002 "Mga Munting Tinig" (75th Academy Awards)
* 2003 "Dekada '70" (76th Academy Awards)
* 2004 "Crying Ladies" (77th Academy Awards)
* 2005 No submission
* 2006 "Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros" (79th Academy Awards)
* 2007 "Donsol" (80th Academy Awards)
* 2008 "
Ploning" (81st Academy Awards)
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