Oscar-nominated ‘Tanna’ is just one non-English speaking Aussie film you should see

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Of all the films nominated for an Oscar this year, Tanna might well be one of sweetest success stories.

The 2015 joint Australian and Vanuatuan production, a romance set in the eponymous South Pacific island, is relatively unknown outside of the region. However, all that is set to change now the film has been nominated in the Best Foreign Language category for the Academy Awards, a first for Australia.

But it’s by no mean the first “foreign language” film the country’s produced. There’s a plethora of non-English speaking films set in Australia. We’ve compiled just a few you really need to see. …

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Via: Mashable: Entertainment

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