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Foreign-Language Oscar Spotlight: of Sheep and Men in Iceland Entry ‘Rams’

Grimur Hakonarson's stark comedy is the story of two estranged brothers, both sheep farmers, whose flocks are threatened by a disease outbreak.

‘Room,’ ‘Where to Invade Next’ Win Audience Awards at Hamptons Film Fest

Other winners included Iceland's best foreign-language film Oscar submission, 'Rams'; the documentary 'Missing People'; and 'Suffragette.'

Oscars: Iceland Selects ‘Rams’ for Foreign-Language Category

The absurdist comedy from director Grimur Hakonarson won the Un Certain Regard prize in Cannes this year.

Cannes: ‘Louder Than Bombs,’ ‘Rams’ Acquired by Soda Pictures for U.K.

The distributor picked up four Nordic titles from the festival.

Cannes: ‘Rams’ Wins Un Certain Regard Prize

Isabella Rossellini led the jury for the Cannes sidebar, which also gave awards to 'The High Sun' and 'Journey to the Shore.'

‘Rams’: Cannes Review

A simply but skillfully told tale of the hardships of isolated rural life in Iceland even today.