Best Foreign Language Film Oscar Winners
Explore our collection of Best Foreign Language Film Oscar winners, including Ang Lee, Vittorio de Sica, Akira Kurosawa, Federico Fellini, Jacques Tati, Ingmar Bergman, Luis Buñuel, François Truffaut and Roberto Benigni. See full biographies, photos and videos, only at Biography.com.
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Director, Producer, Television Producer, Screenwriter / 1918 - 2007
Ingmar Bergman was a Swedish director and producer best known for films such as The Seventh Sea (1956), Cries and Whispers (1971) and Autumn Sonata (1978).
Film Critic, Director, Producer, Journalist / 1932 - 1984
New Wave auteur François Truffaut was an award-winning film director and screenwriter known for key works like The 400 Blows and Jules and Jim.
Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor, Director, Producer, Screenwriter / 1952 -
Roberto Benigni is an Italian actor, director and producer best known for his 1997 Oscar winning film La Vita e Bella (Life is Beautiful).
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