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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Hong Kong Filmart: Vampire Genre Gets Chinese Spin

    1:52 pm 3/19/2013

    With his upcoming horror title "Rigor Mortis," director Juno Mak revives the golden age of Hong Kong supernatural cinema.Read more

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  5. Hong Kong Filmart: Industry Turns Spotlight on New Talent

    1:32 pm 3/19/2013

    A raft of new initiatives debuted by regional veterans such as Yu Dong and Bill Kong look to support fresh filmmaking voices from Asia.Read more

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  6. Hong Kong Filmart: Indian Content Firms Bemoan Lack of Export Support

    11:11 am 3/19/2013

    “There's a lot of interest in Indian films now in Asia, but we get no help in promoting them overseas," says one market attendee.Read more

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

    4:59 am 3/19/2013

    In day 3 of THR's Filmart Dailies, a raft of new initiatives look to foster young film talent in Hong Kong and China, Bollywood producers lament a lack of government support, and celebrated Japanese auteur Kiyoshi Kurosawa discusses the early lessons he learned making softcore pornography.Read more

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  8. Hong Kong Filmart: Singapore's mm2 Partners With Smart Limited

    4:33 am 3/19/2013

    The two companies will shoot two co-productions this year, beginning with "ATM" from veteran Hong Kong TV actor Ha Yu. Read more

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  9. Can Okinawa Become an Entertainment Hub?

    10:42 pm 3/18/2013

    A leading Japanese talent agency looks to launch a performing arts school on land now used by the U.S. military.Read more

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