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  1. Hong Kong Filmart: 'The Incident' Sells to Japan (Exclusive)

    7:37 pm 3/24/2015

    The deal between Shoreline Entertainment and Zazie Films is the first for the film in Asia. Read more

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  2. Hong Kong Filmart: Download THR's Day 3 Daily

    9:49 am 3/24/2015

    The Hollywood Reporter's final daily from Filmart covers all the big deals and announcements as well as some postmarket tips on what to do and where to unwind in Hong Kong and the region. Read more

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  3. Hong Kong Filmart: Mike Tyson Signs Up for 'Ip Man 3'

    9:00 am 3/24/2015

    Producer Raymond Wong promises "an explosive fight" when the former heavyweight boxing champ goes head to head with Donnie Yen in the latest installment of the popular kung fu franchise.Read more

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  4. Hong Kong Filmart: Robot to Present Children's TV Show in Japan

    4:39 am 3/24/2015

    Producers says SoftBank's Pepper will be the world's first automaton to front a daily television program. Read more

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  5. Hong Kong Filmart: Chinese Online Firms, Viewers Await New Censorship Rules

    2:36 am 3/24/2015

    New rules on digital content are due to be handed down April 1 and are most likely to affect overseas material. Read more

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  6. Hong Kong Filmart: Chinese Tech Giants Reshape Market

    11:22 pm 3/23/2015

    “We will create a new industry,” says one CEO as deep-pocketed outlets like iQiyi and Tencent Video hunt for film content to serve new platforms.Read more

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  7. Hong Kong Filmart: Mak’s 'Neon' Makes Market Bow

    10:26 pm 3/23/2015

    The director of 'Rigor Mortis' presents the $15 million crime thriller to buyers. Read more

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  8. Hong Kong Filmart: Korea's MBC Inks 'Island' TV Deals

    10:00 pm 3/23/2015

    Author Christie Hsiao's 'Journey to Rainbow Island' will be adapted into a TV series and stage musical. Read more

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  9. U.S. Pins Asia Hopes on Hong Kong Filmart

    9:24 pm 3/23/2015

    The Hong Kong market sees a record number of Hollywood dealmakers looking to crack the world’s hottest film sector. “It’s essential to attend,” says one insider.Read more

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  10. Hong Kong Filmart: Volatile Currencies Put Buyers on Edge at Film Markets

    8:31 pm 3/23/2015

    The strong dollar is bringing joy and pain to buyers and sellers, while also slowing down deals.Read more

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