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  1. Hong Kong Filmart: Download THR's Day 1 'Daily'

    5:21 am 3/17/2013

    In day 1 of THR's Filmart Dailies, Hong Kong producers embrace raunchy sex comedies, Johnnie To's China-set cop drama "Drug War" sells to multiple territories and veteran director Andrew Lau discusses the ups and downs of his eclectic career.Read more

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  2. Hong Kong Filmart: Nicolas Cage’s 'Left Behind' Makes Asian Sales Debut

    12:47 am 3/17/2013

    "Outcast," also staring Cage and repped by Arclight, will be given its sales rollout at the Asian industry confab as well.Read more

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  3. Hong Kong Filmart: Does China Still Need the Island?

    7:00 am 3/15/2013

    As home-grown "Lost in Thailand" breaks box office records, the former colony is rethinking how to survive in a market it helped build.Read more

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  4. Hong Kong Filmart: 5 Events Not to Miss

    7:00 am 3/15/2013

    From Danny Boyle's latest to a glimpse inside the method of the enigmatic Wong Kar-Wai, the festival is as eclectic as the city it calls home.Read more

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  5. Hong Kong Filmart: Sales Backing for Berlin Winner 'Child's Pose,' Icelandic 'The Deep'

    7:00 pm 3/6/2013

    European sales and buyers will have a larger presence at Hong's Kong's Asian film market this year. Read more

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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