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- Submitted films include disqualified entries.
- a^ : Italy's tally includes two Special Awards for Shoe-Shine (1946) and The Bicycle Thief (1948), as well as an Honorary Award shared with France for The Walls of Malapaga (1949).
- b^ : France's tally includes a Special Award for Monsieur Vincent (1947) as well as two Honorary Awards: one for Forbidden Games (1952) and one shared with Italy for The Walls of Malapaga (1949).
- c^ : Japan's tally includes three Honorary Awards.
- d1 2 3 4 : The Soviet Union, which received all of its nominations for Russian-language films, was nominated for the last time in 1984 and was formally dissolved on 1991년 12월 26일. Russia, Georgia and Kazakhstan are the only post-Soviet states to have been nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Award.
- e1 2 3 : East Germany received its only nomination in 1976, and West Germany was nominated for the last time in 1985. The two countries formally reunited on 1990년 10월 3일. Reunified Germany has received seven nominations since then, two of which have resulted in a successful win.
- f1 2 : Czechoslovakia was nominated for the first time in 1965 for a Slovak-language film. Its five other nominations, the last of which occurred in 1991, were received for Czech-language films. The formerly Communist country formally split into the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic on 1993년 1월 1일. Since then, only the Czech Republic has been able to get nominated in the Foreign Language Film category.
- g1 2 3 : Yugoslavia was nominated for the first time in 1958 for an Italian-language film. Its five other nominations, the last of which occurred in 1985, were received for Serbo-Croatian-language films. The formerly Communist country gradually disintegrated at the beginning of the 1990s. Macedonia and Bosnia & Herzegovina are the only post-Yugoslav states to have been nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Award.
- h^ : The United Kingdom has a very small tally even though it has a prolific film industry. This is due to the fact that the overwhelming majority of British films are in English and are thus ineligible for competition in the Foreign Language Film category. The only British films nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Award have been Welsh-language films.
- i^ : Paradise Now (2005) was initially nominated as a submission from "Palestine" and presented as such on the official Academy website. However, following protests from pro-Israeli groups in the United States, the Academy decided to designate it as a submission from the Palestinian Authority, a move that was decried by the film's director Hany Abu-Assad. During the awards ceremony, the film was eventually announced by presenter Will Smith as a submission from the Palestinian Territories.
- j^ : Although films produced inside the United States are not eligible for consideration for the Best Foreign Language Film Award, those produced in U.S. overseas possessions are. Puerto Rico, an unincorporated territory of the United States, was thus able to receive a nomination for What Happened to Santiago (1989). However, this rule was changed in 2011 barring Puerto Rican submissions.
- k^ : This is not an official nomination. After nominations were announced, information came to light that showed that A Place in the World (1992) was wholly produced in Argentina, and had insufficient Uruguayan artistic control. The film was declared ineligible and removed from the final ballot.
- j^ : Indians have been awarded Oscars on separate occasions. For example: Bhanu Athaiya won India's first Oscar in 1983 for Gandhi, Satyajit Ray was given an Honorary Oscar in 1992, and A. R. Rahman won two Oscars for Slumdog Millionaire in 2009. No Indian film has yet claimed the achievement.
- k^ : From 1966 until 1971, the United Arab Republic made submissions. In 1961, the union between Egypt and Syria was dissolved.