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  1. Dancing Queen: Filmart Review

    9:23 am 3/20/2012

    Director Lee Seok-hoon makes light of South Korean pop culture and politics in this comedy-drama.Read more

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  2. Zombie 108: Filmart Review

    9:20 am 3/20/2012

    Director Joe Chien touts his apocalyptic flick as the first of its kind for China.Read more

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  3. The Tall Man: Filmart Review

    8:47 am 3/20/2012

    Jessica Biel stars in Pascal Laugier's latest horror-thriller.Read more

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  4. Filmart 2012: Kadokawa Pictures Takes Japanese Rights to ‘Marley’

    7:54 am 3/20/2012

    “Marley” is scheduled for theatrical release in North America and the U.K. on April 20, and worldwide release in the summer of 2012.Read more

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  5. Filmart 2012: Filmmakers Target Asia at Script Stage

    7:26 am 3/20/2012

    Hollywood studios are increasingly looking to Asia for new stories.Read more

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  6. Filmart 2012: Japanese Government to Fund International Co-Productions

    7:02 am 3/20/2012

    Qualifying projects must include financing from both Japan and an overseas partner, domestic and international distribution, as well as a Japanese party who owns or co-owns the copyright to the finished product.Read more

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  7. Filmart 2012: China’s CCTV Documentary Channel Announces Slate of Documentary Series

    6:32 am 3/20/2012

    The channel, also known as CCTV-9, was established in January 2011 with Chinese and English versions.Read more

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  8. Filmart 2012: Okinawa Fest Looks to Move Past March Disasters

    6:00 am 3/20/2012

    The 4th installment of the Japanese island event seeks to emulate the feel of the Festival de Cannes.Read more

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  9. Filmart 2012: Small Screen Looms Large On Day Two of Filmart

    5:13 am 3/20/2012

    Dwindling DVD market and the rise of cable outlets throughout Asia leads to flurry of TV deals.Read more

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  10. Pusher: Filmart Review

    4:47 am 3/20/2012

    The first English-language picture by Spanish director Luis Prieto updates the 1996 Danish thriller to London.Read more

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