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  1. Hong Kong Filmart: Beijing Galloping Horse Pacts with Cameron Jones

    2:53 am 3/26/2015

    Jones will produce a U.S-China co-pro with Galloping Horse, which is restructuring after the death of its founder Li Ming.Read more

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  2. 'Rubbers' ('Tao'): Filmart Review

    8:49 pm 3/25/2015

    Han Yew Kwang's gross-out three-part comedy probes the sexual lives - or lack thereof - among Singaporeans of different generationsRead more

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  3. Hong Kong Filmart: "New Silk Road" to Allow Asian Film Industry to Develop in Tandem

    1:14 am 3/25/2015

    Co-productions runs the risk of being everything to everyone and nothing to all Read more

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  4. Hong Kong Filmart: China Readies New Film Regulations

    9:34 pm 3/24/2015

    Industry leaders have hailed the dawning a new era for streaming content, but new rules due to come in effect on April 1 will give the Chinese censors more power to block movies and TV shows.Read more

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  5. Hong Kong Filmart: Brisk Sales Hit Market

    7:42 pm 3/24/2015

    Hollywood-based Arclight Films had sold films to territories across Asia.Read more

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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