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  1. Beautiful 2013: Hong Kong Review

    2:35 am 3/27/2013

    The Hong Kong International Film Festival's second shorts collection brings together some regional heavyweights for both literal and abstract mediations on beauty.Read more

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  2. One Night and Two Days: Hong Kong Review

    4:18 am 3/26/2013

    Korean director Leesong Hee-il returns with a trifecta of shorts in his first film since 2009.Read more

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  3. Something in the Way: Hong Kong Review

    1:58 am 3/26/2013

    Indonesian director Teddy Soeriaatmadja takes another tour through the seedy underbelly of Jakarta in his follow-up to "Lovely Man."Read more

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  4. A Wedding Invitation: Hong Kong Review

    12:36 am 3/26/2013

    Korean romantic comedy maestro Oh Ki-hwan adds a touch of pathos to his latest starring Eddie Peng and Bai Baihe. Read more

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  5. Hong Kong Filmart: Rise in Exhibitors and Buyers Amid a Slow Market

    10:14 pm 3/25/2013

    While organizers report a 10 percent rise in attending delegates, reps speak of a slow market devoid of showpiece launches. Read more

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  6. Hong Kong Filmart: Director Kiyoshi Kurosawa on His Prolific Past in Softcore Porn (Q&A)

    1:11 am 3/21/2013

    The celebrated auteur discusses altered states of reality, returning to the big screen after four years and the lessons he learned while working on "Pink Eiga."Read more

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  7. Hong Kong Filmart: 'Doomsday – Party,' 'Barber's Tales' Top HAF Awards

    9:11 pm 3/20/2013

    Hong Kong’s Ho Hong and Filipino filmmaker Jun Robles Lana take home cash prizes and Arri awards at this year’s Hong Kong-Asia Film Financing Forum.Read more

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  8. Hong Kong Filmart: Unifrance to Launch L.A. and Mumbai Offices in September

    8:01 pm 3/20/2013

    The state-funded promoter of French cinema furthers its expansion overseas with its new foreign reps, as well as an enhanced presence in China.Read more

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  9. Petal Dance: Hong Kong Review

    11:26 am 3/20/2013

    Japanese auteur Hiroshi Ishikawa returns with a delicate tale of four young women trying to restart their lives.Read more

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  10. Hong Kong Filmart: Cloud Technology Stirs Piracy Debate

    2:06 pm 3/19/2013

    With a huge expansion of Internet domain names set to launch this year, how to prevent abuse of the new technology is a growing concern for the entertainment industry in Asia. Read more

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