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  1. Japan's Ayumi Sakamoto on Her Debut Feature 'Forma,' Challenges Faced by Female Directors (Q&A)

    10:37 pm 4/1/2014

    Speaking with THR ahead of "Forma"'s competition screening at the Hong Kong fest, the director talks Kurosawa comparisons, failing to get into film school and how Iran's Abbas Kiarostami inspired her career. Read more

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  2. Otso: Hong Kong Review

    10:24 pm 4/1/2014

    Veteran Philippine director Elwood Perez's first film in a decade revolves around a screenwriter's efforts to pen a screenplay amid the mysteries and chaos of the tenement he lives in.Read more

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  3. The Horses of Fukushima (Matsuri No Uma): Dubai/Filmart Review

    8:17 am 3/27/2014

    A Fukushima doc from a heart-wrenching new perspective.Read more

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  4. Horseplay (Dao Ma Ji): Filmart Review

    7:59 am 3/27/2014

    Tony Leung Ka Fai leads a merry chase as a Pink Panther-like international arts smuggler.Read more

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  5. Field of Dogs: Filmart Review

    7:49 am 3/27/2014

    Lech Majewski’s poetic examination of loss.Read more

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  6. My Dear Girl, Jin-young (Saranghae! Jin-Youngah): Filmart Review

    10:21 pm 3/26/2014

    Andrew Lee Sung-eun's feature film debut chronicles the struggles in love and life for a zombie-obsessed female screenwriter.Read more

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

    3:00 pm 3/25/2014

    In day 3 of THR's Filmart Daily, HBO launches a new documentary channel in China, debut delegates give the market high marks and the teen suicide drama "Thread of Life" strikes a cord in South Korea. Read more

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  8. Second Coming 3D (Chung Sang 3D/Chong Sheng 3D): Filmart Review

    9:58 am 3/25/2014

    With a film about a teenage girl who sees violent ghosts, Hong Kong filmmaker Herman Yau returns to the schlocky-horror genre which cult status in the 1990s.Read more

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  9. Beautiful 2014 (Mei Ho 2014/Mei Hao 2014): Filmart Review

    9:51 am 3/25/2014

    Separation is the key to the third installment of HKIFF and Youku Tudou's omnibus-film project, with stories touching on family reunions, stifled sexual desires and children's struggle with real life. Read more

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  10. Russell Crowe's 'Noah' Banned in Indonesia

    3:59 am 3/25/2014

    Joining several Middle Eastern countries, the world's most populous Muslim nation barred the biblical epic because it violates Islamic law by depicting a prophet.Read more

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