Several more territorieshave come forward with their submissions for best foreign-language Oscar.

Brazil's entry for consideration is Marcelo Gomes' debut Movies, Aspirin and Vultures (Cinema, aspirinas e urubus), while Finland's is Aki Kaurismaki's Lights In The Dusk (Laitakaupungin valot) and Denmark's is SusanneBier's After The Wedding (Efter Brylluppet).

Movies, Aspirin and Vultures is a road movie about a young German man travellingthrough Brazil in 1942 trying to sell aspirin. Sara Silveira, MariaIonescu and Joao Vieira Jr. produced.

Lights in the Dusk, also produced by Kaurismaki for Sputnik Oy, is a moody drama about a lonely nightwatchman. The film is the final project in Kaurismaki's trilogy started with Drifting Clouds and The Man Without A Past.

After The Wedding, a local box-office hit produced by Sisse Graum Jorgensen for Zentropa,is about a Danish man who manages an Indian orphanage and has to grapple withan unusual offer to return to Denmark.

The foreign-languagesubmissions by country will continue to be announced in coming weeks, with thecategory's nominees to be announced by the Academy on January 23.