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  1. Follow Follow: Shanghai Review

    4:27 pm 6/24/2012

    Peng Lei's film, about a lonely girl who adores Kurt Cobain, is one of the first rock 'n' roll films ever authorized by the Chinese Film Bureau.Read more

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  2. Istanbul: Shanghai Review

    1:34 pm 6/20/2012

    Director Ferenc Torok's film holds special appeal to women as an emotionally bruised housewife escapes from her family. Read more

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  3. China-North Korea Co-production Offers Glimpse of Life in Present-day North Korea

    11:13 pm 6/19/2012

    'Meet in Pyongyang', shot in the North Korean capital and features a re-creation of the group performance of 100,000 people, attracts buyers in South Korea, Japan, and Europe.Read more

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  4. China's State-run Film Fund Announces China-U.S. Co-production Slate

    7:37 am 6/18/2012

    Projects include Stan Lee's Chinese superhero pic "The Annihilator" and project based on Bruce Lee's last script "The Silent Flute." Read more

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  5. Feng Xiaogang Unveils Epic 'Remembering 1942' at the Shanghai Film Festival

    6:38 pm 6/17/2012

    The $33 million historical drama stars Tim Robbins and Adrien Brody.Read more

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  6. Painted Skin 2: The Resurrection: Film Review

    10:19 am 6/17/2012

    The sequel to the 2008 film by Gordon Chan kicked off the Shanghai International Film Festival Sunday.Read more

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  7. Hello Stranger: Film Review

    12:48 pm 6/27/2011

    Thai director-writer Banjong Pisanthanakun keeps the tone chilled out and fizzy like a Spritzer in this adorable rom-com set in Korea.Read more

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  8. Shanghai International Film Fest: Turkey, China Win Top Awards

    3:51 pm 6/19/2011

    SIFF awards first mobile phone film prizes.Read more

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  9. Rest on Your Shoulder: Film Review

    1:13 pm 6/17/2011

    Although some adults may find the story and its fantasy elements hopelessly naïve in Hong Kong writer-director Jacob Cheung’s most mainstream film, young kids will be swept away by the cascade of CG animation merged with splendid natural scenery.Read more

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  10. Vassoon Animation Prepares for Release of $7 Million 'Kuiba'

    10:32 pm 6/16/2011

    "Kuiba," the $7 million Chinese animated debut feature film from veteran Beijing-based television studio Vassoon Animation will be released nationwide in July by the Shanghai Media Group, China’s latest attempt to showcase its homegrown cartooning talent.Read more

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