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Saturn Award for Best International Film

The Saturn Award for Best International Film is one of the annual awards given by the American professional organization, the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films. The Saturn Awards, which are the oldest film-specialized awards to reward science fiction, fantasy, and horror achievements (the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, awarded by the World Science Fiction Society who reward science fiction and fantasy in various media, is the oldest award for science fiction and fantasy films), included the Best International Film category for the first time for the 1980 film year. It was deactivated after 1982, and was revived for the 2006 film year.[1] It is given to a feature-length motion picture from outside the United States of America and/or films in foreign languages, including non-English American films.

Winners and nominees

1980s

Year Motion picture Country Language
1980
(8th)
Scanners Canada Canada English
The Castle of Cagliostro Japan Japan Japanese
The Changeling (1980 film) Canada Canada
United States United States
English
Harlequin Australia Australia English
Terror Train Canada Canada
United States United States
English
1981
(9th)
Quest for Fire France France
Canada Canada
United States United States
Invented language
Full Circle Canada Canada
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Japanese
Roadgames Australia Australia English
Time Bandits United Kingdom United Kingdom English
The Watcher in the Woods United States United States
United Kingdom United Kingdom
English
1982
(9th)
Mad Max 2 Australia Australia English
The Chain Reaction Australia Australia English
Class of 1984 Canada Canada English
The House Where Evil Dwells United States United States
Japan Japan
English
The Last Horror Film United States United States English

2000s

Year Motion picture Country Language
2006
(33rd)
Pan's Labyrinth Mexico Mexico Spanish
Apocalypto United States United States Spanish
Curse of the Golden Flower China China Chinese
Fearless
The Host South Korea South Korea Korean
Letters from Iwo Jima United States United States Japanese
2007
(34th)
Eastern Promises Canada Canada
United Kingdom United Kingdom
English
Black Book Netherlands Netherlands Dutch
Day Watch Russia Russia Russian
Goya's Ghosts Spain Spain
United States United States
English
The Orphanage Spain Spain
Mexico Mexico
Spanish
Sleuth United Kingdom United Kingdom English
2008
(35th)
Let the Right One In Sweden Sweden Swedish
In Bruges United Kingdom United Kingdom English
Slumdog Millionaire United Kingdom United Kingdom
India India
Hindi
English
Transsiberian United States United States English
2009
(36th)
District 9 South Africa South Africa English
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus United Kingdom United Kingdom
Canada Canada
France France
English
Lorna's Silence Belgium Belgium French
Red Cliff China China Mandarin
Taken France France English
Thirst South Korea South Korea Korean

2010s

Year Motion picture Country Language
2010
(37th)
Monsters United Kingdom United Kingdom English
Centurion United Kingdom United Kingdom English
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Sweden Sweden Swedish
The Complete Metropolis Germany Germany German
Mother South Korea South Korea Korean
Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale Finland Finland Finnish
English
2011
(38th)
The Skin I Live In Spain Spain Spanish
Attack the Block United Kingdom United Kingdom English
Largo Winch France France
Belgium Belgium
French
Melancholia Denmark Denmark
France France
English
Point Blank France France French
The Troll Hunter Norway Norway Norwegian
2012
(39th)
Headhunters Norway Norway Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Russian, English
Anna Karenina United Kingdom United Kingdom English
Chicken with Plums France France
Germany Germany
Belgium Belgium
French
The Fairy Belgium Belgium
France France
French
My Way South Korea South Korea Korean, Japanese, Russian, German, Chinese, English
Pusher United Kingdom United Kingdom English

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