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  1. 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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  2. The Sound of Memories: Busan Review

    12:40 am 10/9/2012

    South Korean writer-director Lee Gong-hee explores themes of memory, technology and transience in this feature debut.Read more

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  3. 111 Girls: Busan Review

    12:07 am 10/9/2012

    Iraqi husband and wife team Nahid Ghobadi and Bijan Zmanpira offer a quirky meditation on the Kurdish crisis featuring Reza Behboodi, Mehdi Saki, and Amin Sadeghi. Read more

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  4. Pluto (Myungwangsung): Busan Review

    10:26 pm 10/8/2012

    Writer-director Shin Suwon offers an insider’s view of an elite Korean prep school featuring bright young actors David Lee, Sung June and Kim Kkhob-bi.Read more

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  5. The Neighbors: Busan Review

    9:52 am 10/8/2012

    "Lost" actress Yunjin Kim stars in director Kim Hwi's South Korean suspense thriller about ghosts and a serial killer. Read more

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

    9:06 am 10/8/2012

    In day five of THR's Busan Festival Daily, Fox International reteams with Hong Kong directors Tony Chan and Wing Shya, Iranian director Moshen Makhmalbaf travels to Israel to film the BIFF entry "The Gardener" and the Indonesian film sector thrives despite setbacks.Read more

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  7. Busan 2012: South Korea's CJ E&M Pictures to Screen 'Tai Chi Zero' in New Multi-Sensory Format

    7:51 am 10/8/2012

    The 4DX technology engages all five senses with motion chairs and environmental effects synchronized to the onscreen action. Read more

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  8. Busan 2012: Iranian Director Promotes Tolerance With 'The Gardener'

    4:45 am 10/8/2012

    A change of heart led the former fundamentalist rebel to make the timely BIFF entry.Read more

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  9. The Gardener: Busan Review

    9:23 pm 10/7/2012

    The Baha'i faith is explored by Iranian father-son filmmakers Mohsen and Maysam MakhmalbafRead more

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  10. B.E.D.: Busan Review

    7:57 pm 10/7/2012

    Veteran director Park Chul-soo's film is packed with full-frontal nudity and round-the-clock soft-core sex scenes to very little effect.Read more

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