No Man's Land Wins Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film

Los Angeles, 25 March - No Man's Land, a French-Slovene-Italian-Belgian-British war satire, directed by Bosnia's Danis Tanovic, won the Oscar for best foreign language film at the 74th annual Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles early on Monday. Tanovic's first feature film won in a strong line-up in a category which included Amelie (France), Elling (Norway), Lagaan (India) and Son of the Bride (Argentina).

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