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  1. The Russian Novel: Busan Review

    8:13 am 10/25/2012

    Shin Youn-shick's drama resembles the literary tragedy from which it draws its name.Read more

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  2. Odayaka: Busan Review

    7:42 am 10/25/2012

    Uchida Nobuteru's drama addresses the internal devastation brought on by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan in March 2011. Read more

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  3. Koji Wakamatsu Hospitalized after Car Accident

    1:47 am 10/17/2012

    Representatives of the director, who has made more than 100 films, will not confirm how serious the 76-year-old's injuries are.Read more

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  4. Busan 2012: Festival Closer 'Television' Ushers in New Era for Bangladeshi Cinema

    7:31 pm 10/11/2012

    Director Mostofa Farooki's wry comic drama reflects the South Asian film sector's move toward mainstream entertainment.Read more

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  5. Busan 2012: Download THR's Day 7 'Daily'

    8:40 am 10/10/2012

    In day 7 of THR's Busan Festival Daily, director Choi Dong-hoon discusses his South Korean blockbuster "The Thieves," the North Korean romantic comedy "Comrade Kim Goes Flying" gets made without any government interference and we look at three exotic post-fest getaways.Read more

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  6. Busan 2012: Best of the Fest

    5:27 am 10/10/2012

    The 17th edition of the film festival makes room for both the enlightening and the entertaining.Read more

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  7. Busan 2012: Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clezio Reveals World's First 'Home Videos'

    12:03 am 10/10/2012

    The Nobel laureate appeared at BIFF to share rare Pathe projector films from his childhood.Read more

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  8. EunGyo: Busan Review

    8:19 am 10/9/2012

    Newcomer Kim Go-eun stands out in a Lolita role in Jung Ji-woo's spicy melodrama.Read more

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  9. Busan 2012: Download THR's Day 6 'Daily'

    8:17 am 10/9/2012

    In day six of THR's Busan Festival Daily, China's indie filmmakers struggle for global exposure, censors loosen their grip on the Burmese film sector and Thai director Nonzee Nimibutr discusses his return to filmmaking after a five-year hiatus.Read more

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  10. Busan 2012: Chinese Indies Struggle to Go Global

    2:17 am 10/9/2012

    Despite no shortage of quality content, independent filmmakers still rely on overseas sales companies for international exposure.Read more

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