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  1. European Films Vie For Attention at AFM

    7:00 pm 11/5/2010

    Producers offering diverse slate at this year's market.Read more

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  2. Indies Look to Electronic Delivery for Survival

    2:33 pm 11/5/2010

    Harvey Weinstein, other execs make case for Netflix, Google TV, Apple distribution at AFM panel.Read more

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  3. Phase 4 Picks Up North American Rights to 'Breaking Point'

    1:43 pm 11/5/2010

    MMA star Cung Le stars as Vietnam bodyguard in action pic.Read more

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  4. EXCLUSIVE: 'Resident Evil: Afterlife' to Open on 1,000-Plus 3D Screens in China

    9:00 pm 11/4/2010

    Director Paul Anderson's film, the fourth in a franchise that grew out of the popular Japanese video game 'Biohazzard,' represents something new for Chinese moviegoers.Read more

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  5. EXCLUSIVE: Works International Inks Deal With Sun Ent. for Tilda Swinton Film 'I Am Love'

    9:00 pm 11/4/2010

    The U.K. sales outfit also has sold Lucy Walker's hot doc 'Countdown to Zero' to Paramount Pictures for Japanese rights.Read more

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  6. Sony Acquires 'River Sorrow' Domestic, Territory Rights

    8:24 pm 11/4/2010

    Directed by Rich Cowan, "Sorrow" stars Ray Liotta, Ving Rhames and Christian Slater.Read more

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  7. How to Transform Manga Into Movie Mega-Bucks

    8:08 pm 11/4/2010

    Producers of "Transformers," "The Ring" share roadmap to crossover success at AFM panel.Read more

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  8. U.S. Indies Get Grant to Boost H.K Profile

    7:47 pm 11/4/2010

    Independent Film & Television Alliance will have own pavilion at Hong Kong FILMART in March.Read more

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  9. Hong Kong Production Funding Emerging from Unlikely Places

    7:32 pm 11/4/2010

    Hospitals, restaurant chains chipping in to fund films.Read more

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  10. Hong Kong Filmmakers Eye China's Larger Audiences

    7:09 pm 11/4/2010

    The performance of local productions has indicated the start of a resurgence in Hong Kong cinema amid the larger and irrevocable trend of China-Hong Kong co-productionsRead more

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