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  1. Spirits high on the wet carpet at Pusan

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    BUSAN, South Korea -- A Sino-Korean filmmaking alliance marked the opening of the Pusan International Film Festival on Thursday as Feng Xiaogang and Kim Dong-ho touted their neighbors' achievements, undaunted by a rain delay.Read more

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  2. An outpouring of pride brings Pusan prestige

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    The Pusan International Film Festival may be a teenager among world-class fests. But, founded to shine a spotlight on Asian cinema, it's already begun to find its identity, GREGG KILDAY writes.Read more

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  3. Mexican helmer makes imprint

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    MEXICO CITY -- Renowned Mexican directors consider Carlos Reygadas one of the nation's most gifted filmmakers. His pictures have won numerous awards on the festival circuit, including this year's jury prize at Cannes. Yet despite the accolades, Reygadas remains virtually unknown in his native Mexico, writes JOHN HECHT.Read more

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  4. 'Estomago' spices up Rio fest with 4 awards

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil -- Marcos Jorge's dramedy "Estomago: A Gastronomic Story" spiced up the ninth edition of the Rio International Film Festival, winning four awards at Latin America's largest movie showcase.Read more

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  5. Jury sees last footage of Princess Diana

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    The final pictures of Princess Diana climbing into the car in which she and her lover Dodi al-Fayed died were shown for the first time Thursday to a jury deciding whether their Paris crash was an accident.Read more

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  6. Are overseas buyers cooling on U.S. hits?

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    MIPCOM 2007: After years of signing up lucrative deals for U.S. hits, the virtual gold rush for American shows might be slowing.Read more

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  7. U.S. drug company forces 'Botox' title change

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    AMSTERDAM -- Dutch director Dick Maas has changed the title of his black comedy "The Botox Method" after pressure from U.S. pharmaceutical giant Allergan, his Dutch distributor said Thursday.Read more

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  8. Stocks finish modestly higher

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    Wall Street finished a quiet session modestly higher Thursday as Wall Street awaited the government's September employment report and hoped it would strike a balance between steady growth and more room for interest rate cuts.Read more

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  9. Jensen named 'Astroboy' animation director

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    HONG KONG -- Ex-DreamWorks animator Jakob H. Jensen has been appointed animation director of Imagi Animation Studios' in-production "Astroboy," Imagi co-CEO and chief creative officer Francis Kao said Thursday.Read more

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  10. Dialogue: Royston Tan

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    Royston Tan's "881," with its glitzy costumes and lavish choreography, is described as "a cross between 'Dancer in the Dark' and 'Moulin Rouge.' " Tan spoke with The Reporter about making the musical, his third film and first commercial success.Read more

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