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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Busan: Why the 2013 Fest Snubbed Hollywood

    11:00 am 10/4/2013

    Asia's biggest film event makes a statement of independence with a lineup conspicuously lacking Western star power.Read more

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  6. Drift: Busan Review

    3:24 am 10/4/2013

    Belgian director Benny Vandendriessche returns with a mediative drama about a desperate drifter seeking redemption.Read more

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  7. Story of an Old Woman: Busan Review

    1:51 am 10/4/2013

    Alexey Gorlov's single-shot familial drama stars Central Asian screen legend Liya Nelskaya as a wheelchair-bound retiree facing the end. Read more

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  8. Busan: Korean Director Im Kwon-taek Embarks on His 102nd Film

    1:23 am 10/4/2013

    The 77-year-old auteur will adapt "Hwajang" from best-selling South Korean novelist Kim Hoon.Read more

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  9. Nagima: Busan Review

    12:22 am 10/4/2013

    Kazakh director Zhanna Issabayeva returns with a stark portrayal of the social alienation among the young have-nots of her country.Read more

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  10. Busan: Download THR's Day 1 'Daily'

    2:00 pm 10/3/2013

    In THR's first Busan festival daily, BIFF drives South Korean film boom, 108 Media picks up international rights to director Emmanuel Shirinian's "It Was You Charlie," and Filipino filmmakers are on the rise.Read more

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