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Golden Globe Foreign-Language Nominees to Show at the Egyptian and Aero

I Am LoveWith movie awards season in full swing, January's the month to catch up on all the films that receive honorable nominations. It's a little tricky, however, finding foreign films in theaters. Lucky for Angelenos, American Cinematheque has made it a tad easier to watch all the Golden Globe Foreign-Language nominees at the Egyptian and Aero theaters – which is awesome for moviegoers who have a soft spot for indie films and don't mind reading English subtitles.

These films are from abroad, but star some of the biggest names in Hollywood, including Tilda Swinton (I Am Love), Javier Bardem (Biutiful), and up-and-comer Mikael Persbrandt (In A Better World) who's set to star in 2012's The Hobbit. The Edge and The Concert will also screen. The Egyptian Theatre will also host a nominees panel discussion with the directors of the films on Jan. 15 at 1 p.m., and it’s free! It’s first come, first served; check out more info from American Cinematheque.
Have you already see some of the Foreign-Language nominees? Which ones do you think will receive Academy Award nominations?
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