Cedar’s ‘Footnote’ Nominated for Oscar

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We saw it  at the NYFF and we predict this film will win the Oscar in its category.

Joseph Cedar’s ‘Footnote’ nominated for Oscar
Film to compete against entries from Iran, Poland, Belgium and Canada in the 84th Academy Awards ceremony, to be held at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood on February 26.

Joseph Cedar’s film, “Footnote,” was nominated yesterday for the Academy Award’s best foreign language film for 2011. Four Israeli films, including Cedar’s “Beaufort” in 2007, have made the short list for the prestigious prize in the last five years.

The Israeli drama, starring Shlomo Bar Aba and Lior Ashkenazi, tells the story of a power struggle between a father and son who both teach at the Talmud department of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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