Oscar Nominee No Man's Land Receives French Critics' Award for Best Foreign Film
Paris, 19 February - No Man's Land, a French-Slovene-Italian-Belgian-British war satire, directed by Bosnia's Danis Tanovic, received Prix Moussinac, the French critics' award for best foreign film in 2001, the Austrian news agency APA reported on Tuesday.
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