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  1. Honey Pu Pu: Film Review

    10:12 am 3/22/2011

    As nonsensical and tantalizing as its title, Chen Hung-I’s "Honey Pu Pu" is an extended experimental-film-cum-marathon-TVC/MTV that showers the audience with wall-to-wall and floor-to-floor images of intolerably ethereal beauty and precious little organic correlation. Read more

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  2. It's a Great, Great World: Film Review

    10:04 am 3/22/2011

    "It’s a Great, Great World" dramatizes a few individuals who made a living in a Singaporean amusement park with 40 years’ history. Read more

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  3. Busan Film Festival, China's Zonbo Sign MOU to Form New Distributor

    9:04 am 3/22/2011

    South Korea’s Busan International Film Festival and Chinese distribution company Zonbo Media signed a memorandum of understanding Saturday to strengthen their collaboration in film production and distribution.Read more

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  4. Hotel Black Cat: Film Review

    4:10 pm 3/21/2011

    To enter the rich mise-en-scene of "Hotel Black Cat" is to be pampered by sensory pleasures of pretty faces, coffee-table book visuals and fey, youthful background music.Read more

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  5. The Unjust: Film Review

    3:54 pm 3/21/2011

    A crime thriller that pits an errant, bellicose cop against a miscreant, maniacally ambitious prosecutor, "The Unjust," achieves a happy marriage between commercial savvy and artistic integrity in its hard-hitting depiction of Seoul as a city of corruption.Read more

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  6. Romantic Heaven: Film Review

    3:37 pm 3/21/2011

    After delving into the Korean socio-political mind ever so delicately in the almost-great "Good Morning President," director Jang Jin switches gears to take a crack at one of two genres that are going most of the way to defining the Korean industry today.Read more

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  7. '3D Sex & Zen: Extreme Ecstasy' Makes the Cut for Singapore

    3:02 pm 3/21/2011

    The makers of "3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy" are presenting Singapore with a heavily self-censored release with more than 18 minutes of the completed film cut, executive producer Stephen Shiu Jr. told The Hollywood Reporter. The film is repped by Shiu’s own One Dollar Distribution at Filmart.Read more

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  8. Raymond Wong Takes on Chinese History in 'Saving General Young'

    2:51 pm 3/21/2011

    Producer Raymond Wong follows comedy with tragedy with his US$15 million take on the Chinese historical tale of a war-torn family, titled Saving General Young, produced by Wong’s Pegasus Films with China’s Huayi Brothers and Henan Film Studio.Read more

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  9. Edgy Korean Indies on a Roll

    2:36 pm 3/21/2011

    A number of South Korean independent films are enjoying an unusual resurgence in international film circuits and domestic box office.Read more

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  10. Congolese Director Seeks Funding for Sino-African Co-Production

    2:27 pm 3/21/2011

    Congolese director Munga Djo (Viva Riva!) is flying to Hong Kong’s Filmart to find local backers for a new feature he’s billing at the first ever Sino-African co-production.Read more

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