A record-breaking total of 93 countries will be competing in the Oscar race for Best International Feature Film, the new name for what previously has been known as the Best Foreign-Language Film category.
The Academy announced the full list of eligible films and countries on Monday, with three countries - Ghana, Nigeria and Uzbekistan - competing in the category for the first time.
The previous high for submissions was 92 films, which was set in 2017. This year's field also sets a new record for the number of women with films in the race, with 29 female directors responsible for 28 of the qualifying films.
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