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  1. Hong Kong Filmart: TV Sector Sees Growth

    3:47 am 2/26/2013

    Boosted by Chinese TV Station participation, TV World section grows 20 percent.Read more

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  2. Bread of Happiness: Filmart Review

    3:26 pm 3/28/2012

    Visitors find comfort in a Japanese country-side bakery in this filmd directed by Yukiko MishimaRead more

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  3. Ken and Mary: Filmart Review

    2:13 pm 3/26/2012

    Kenta Fukasaku's comedy is part goofy comedy, part Malaysian tourism brochure.Read more

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  4. Love in the Buff: Filmart Review

    2:12 pm 3/26/2012

    Director Pang Ho-cheung's sequel opened the Hong Kong International Film Festival and can be expected to gain ground on its predecessor, "Love in a Puff," in Asian markets.Read more

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  5. Nightfall: Filmart Review

    2:03 pm 3/26/2012

    The second feature directed by Chow Hin Yeung is an up-scale detective story for the Asian mainstream.Read more

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  6. Helpless: Filmart Review

    5:57 am 3/23/2012

    Byun Young-joo's mystery-thriller centers on a man's obsessive search for his missing fiancee.Read more

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  7. Vulgaria: Filmart Review

    10:39 am 3/22/2012

    Director Pang Ho-cheung appeals to international audiences in this laugh-out-loud, aptly titled comedy.Read more

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  8. Japan Eyes the Global Market

    7:51 pm 3/21/2012

    With its population shrinking and its domestic entertainment sector contracting, Japanese content creators are looking to expand internationally — but will it work? Read more

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  9. The Great Magician: Filmart Review

    3:46 am 3/21/2012

    Derek Yee’s “The Great Magician” is the kind of colorful, polished amusement that could find an audience in urban markets around the globe.Read more

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  10. Filmart 2012: THR's Daily Day 3

    9:35 am 3/20/2012

    In day three of THR's Filmart Dailies, Hong Kong's Edko Films picks up Michael Winterbottom's music doc Marley, a flurry of TV deals heats up the market and blockbuster director Peter Chan reveals his rebellious streak.Read more

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