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  1. Transit: Busan Review

    2:22 am 10/6/2013

    Hannah Espia's directorial debut -- and Phillippine Oscar entry -- chronicles the lives of five Filipinos adapting to life in Israel.Read more

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  2. Letters From the South: Busan Review

    2:14 am 10/6/2013

    In a portmanteau of six short films, Southeast Asian filmmakers explore the links between the Chinese diaspora and the Middle Kingdom itself.Read more

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  3. Remote Control: Busan Review

    5:33 pm 10/5/2013

    Mongolia director Byamba Sakhya’s first film revolves around a rural teenager trying to connect with city life and urban dwellers.Read more

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  4. Dynamite Man: Busan Review

    5:11 pm 10/5/2013

    Korean director Jeong Hyu-kwon returns with an atmospheric revenge thriller starring Jeong Do-won.Read more

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  5. Busan: Download THR's Day 3 'Daily'

    1:20 pm 10/5/2013

    In day 3 of THR's Busan Festival Daily, Korean actors-turned-directors take center stage at BIFF, Kim Ji-woon talks up ScreenX and Japanese auteur Hirokazu Kore-eda discusses "Like Father, Like Son."Read more

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  6. Ongoing Smile: Busan Review

    10:15 am 10/5/2013

    Iranian filmmaker Mohsen Makhmalbaf delivers a cinematic love letter to Busan International Film Festival founder and honorary chairman Kim Dong-ho.Read more

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  7. God's Eye View: Busan Review

    9:51 am 10/5/2013

    Korean director Lee Jang-ho’s first film in 18 years follows the fallout among a group of Christians kidnapped by Islamist rebels in a fictional Southeast Asian country.Read more

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  8. Busan: Oliver Stone Among Protesters Against U.S. Naval Base in Korea's Jeju Island

    2:19 am 10/5/2013

    Visitors to the international festival were given leaflets about anti-militarism protests.Read more

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  9. Again: Busan Review

    7:54 pm 10/4/2013

    Japanese filmmaker Kanai Junichi makes his feature debut with a quasi coming-of-age story that also tackles the emotional aftermath of sexual assault.Read more

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  10. Busan: Download THR's Day 2 'Daily'

    2:00 pm 10/4/2013

    In day two of THR's Busan Festival Daily, BIFF programmers put the spotlight on Asian discoveries, the directors of the Korean blockbuster "Cold Eyes" discuss remaking Hong Kong's Johnny To and 77 year old film legend Im Kwon-taek announces his 102nd project.Read more

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