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  1. They Killed Sister Dorothy

    9:00 pm 3/26/2008

    AUSTIN -- The winner of both the grand jury and audience favorite documentary feature awards at this year's South by Southwest film festival begins modestly, with a TV-friendly presentation of a politically motivated murder. But it eventually gives way to a chunk of footage in the second half that is so captivating it's almost hard to believe.Read more

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  2. Gloss

    9:00 pm 3/26/2008

    HONG KONG -- In what is sure to be viewed as a Russian spin on "The Devil Wears Prada," director Andrei Konchalovsky ("Sibiriada," "Runaway Train") turns an only partially jaundiced eye at the modern fixation on celebrity and fashion.Read more

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  3. Race

    9:00 pm 3/26/2008

    OAKLAND, Calif. -- A lightweight yet engaging story of jealousy, passion and revenge between two rival brothers and the women who love them, "Race" catches the mood of the modern, cosmopolitan Indian with its effortless mix of Western-influenced music and international setting.Read more

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  4. Handle Me With Care

    9:00 pm 3/26/2008

    HONG KONG -- "Handle Me with Care" (the Thai title, "Kod," means hug) has an attention-grabbing idea: the quest for love and self-acceptance of a man with three arms. But in dramatizing his dilemma, whether to guard his personal uniqueness or blend in with the crowd, the film founders with a similar hesitation about its own identity.Read more

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  5. Golden Harvest profit drops, execs go

    1:00 pm 3/26/2008

    HONG KONG -- Golden Harvest on Tuesday reported lower profits for the second half of 2007 and said that it has cut ties with two senior executives.Read more

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  6. Korean groups form new association

    12:00 pm 3/26/2008

    SEOUL -- The Korean Film Producers Assn. and nine other cultural associations announced Wednesday they are teaming up to create the Korea Federation of Culture Industries Assn., dedicated to promoting South Korea’s various industries.Read more

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  7. Oz pledges digital transition funds

    11:45 am 3/26/2008

    SYDNEY -- The Australian government has committed AUS$37.9 million to programs and agencies to ensure that the country's transition to digital broadcasting is completed within five years.Read more

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  8. Jeboo sues MPA over 'honor'

    11:30 am 3/26/2008

    HONG KONG -- The MPA will stand its ground against a Chinese Web site that filed a defamation suit against it, the group's legal counsel told The Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday.Read more

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  9. Actor Richard Widmark dies at 93

    5:00 am 3/26/2008

    VIDEO: Richard Widmark, who earned a best supporting actor Oscar nomination for his first movie role in the 1947 gangster film "Kiss of Death," has died after a long illness. He was 93.Read more

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  10. Steve-O's self-destruction played as self-expression

    5:00 am 3/26/2008

    "Jackass" alum Steve-O, pictured, was recently arrested for cocaine possession, has gone to a psychiatric ward and a rehabilitation clinic. Now he has a Web site&#160; that carries the tagline, "Where self-destruction is funny." Unfortunately, writes ANDREW WALLENSTEIN, it is not.<br />Read more

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