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  1. Filmart Market Off to a Hot Start

    12:09 pm 3/22/2011

    The 2011 edition of Hong Kong’s Filmart proves that there is strength in numbers.Read more

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  2. Shaw Studios Announces Seven-Film Slate for 2011

    11:57 am 3/22/2011

    "Triumph In The Skies," by producer Tommy Leung, highlights a seven-film slate that the Shaw Brothers/Television Broadcast announced Tuesday.Read more

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  3. Censorship a Political, Economic Concern for Producers, Panel Says

    11:35 am 3/22/2011

    China’s film censorship is not just a political issue but also an economic one, as it limits opportunities for producers to explore new markets and create a network of film distribution, says a leading Chinese producer.Read more

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  4. Salon Films Unveils Film, TV Strategy

    11:24 am 3/22/2011

    Salon Films is launching grand plans for future development with announcements of strategic alliances with important players in the Chinese film and television industry, and two film co-productions with international partners.Read more

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  5. China's Top Rocker Cui Jian Set to Get 3D Concert Film

    11:17 am 3/22/2011

    Producer of "U2 3D" to bring Chinese rocker's symphonic show to life.Read more

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  6. DMG Hires Lillian Ng to Head Up New Talent Management Division

    10:58 am 3/22/2011

    DMG Entertainment has hired trans-Pacific talent manager Lillian Ng to head up a new talent management division centered around initial clients such as Hong Kong veterans director Jingle Ma ("Mulan," 2009) and actor Simon Yam ("Echoes of the Rainbow").Read more

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  7. Quattro Hong Kong 2: Film Review

    10:43 am 3/22/2011

    A charming, slightly nostalgic bit of cinema that ironically proves Hong Kong's future is in its resident foreign nationals — or at least visiting ones. Read more

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  8. Milocrorze A Love Story: Film Review

    10:26 am 3/22/2011

    "Milocrorze A Love Story" is a head-spinning jumble of zany skits and quasi-philosophical musings, united by the theme of obsessive love.Read more

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  9. 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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  10. 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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