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  1. Passerby #3 -- Film Review

    5:17 pm 10/24/2010

    TOKYO -- Quadruple threat Shin Su-Won's "Passerby #3" is clearly one of those labors of love that, fortunately for Shin, works more often than not. There's not much going on here and Shin's not saying anything new -- adult boredom is hard to remedy -- but there are enough moments of true insight and gentle humor to make up for any minor grievances.Read more

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  2. TIFF Offers Its Own Look at Booming Chinese Film Industry

    4:52 pm 10/24/2010

    Chinese film officials heralding a cinema revival not seen since the 1930s.Read more

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  3. Josie Ho Joins the Cast of 'The Courier'

    4:13 pm 10/24/2010

    Ho the latest actress to be inked for the action thriller co-starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Mickey Rourke.Read more

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  4. 'Red Light Revolution' Set for Brazilian World Premiere

    3:59 pm 10/24/2010

    Chinese film about a laid-off cabbie selling adult toy will compete in Sao Paolo International Film Festival.Read more

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  5. TIFF's Tom Yoda Relieved to Leave 'Cove' Controversy Behind

    3:00 pm 10/23/2010

    TIFF chairman discusses his legacy, this year's festival selections and goals for future events.Read more

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  6. 'Social Network' Opens Tokyo Film Festival

    10:23 am 10/23/2010

    Jesse Eisenberg, Aaron Sorkin attend opening of event's 23rd edition.Read more

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  7. Zephyr -- Film Review

    9:00 am 10/23/2010

    Young Seyma Uzunlar is quite good at playing the strong-willed yet insecure girl.Read more

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  8. Hospitalite -- Film Review

    9:00 am 10/23/2010

    This bizarre black comedy with allegorical overtones about Japanese xenophobia is a variation on the "house intruder" motif, with precedents as diverse as Yoshimitsu Morita's "Family Game" and Max Frisch's play "The Fire Raisers."Read more

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  9. Flamingo No. 13 -- Film Review

    9:00 am 10/23/2010

    Flamingo No. 13 plays out in an achingly beautiful landscape, scarcely touched by civilization, where a handful of characters exchange rudimentary dialogue interspersed with poetic observations and puzzling obsessions.Read more

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  10. Taiwanese Producers Struggling to Expand Beyond Their Home Market

    9:00 am 10/23/2010

    Taiwanese filmmakers' presence strongly felt in a whole section of Tokyo fest dedicated to the self-governing island's new movies.Read more

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