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  1. Dialogue: Andrew Lau

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    DIALOGUE: Filmmaker Andrew Lau is internationally renowned for his boxoffice hit "Infernal Affairs, and his recent film "Initial D" was also a hit across Asia. Lau soon will be making his Hollywood directorial debut with "The Flock."Read more

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  2. ACC 'Wild' out of the gate

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    Upstart Tokyo-based film and TV producers Asian Contents Center unveiled its first projects Thursday, announcing committments from Japanese and Chinese pubcasters NHK and CCTV to air the three-part series "Wild Life," based on a popular manga about renegade veterinarians.Read more

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  3. Golden Harvest reaps as it sells

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    Beijing-based talent agency and production house Chengtian Entertainment said Thursday that it has bought a 24.78% stake in Golden Harvest Entertainment, one of Asia's leading exhibitor-distributors.Read more

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  4. Zane enlists for Breuls' WWII pic 'Hessen'

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    Billy Zane will don a World War II Army uniform for his role in "The Hessen Affair," the behind-the-lens debut for Belgian producer-turned-director Paul Breuls.Read more

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  5. Dialogue: Director Andrew Lau

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    Andrew Lau is internationally renowned for his boxoffice hit "Infernal Affairs," which, when remade as "The Departed," earned Martin Scorsese his first Oscar.Read more

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  6. Depardieu on the case for 'Kalach'

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    Gerard Depardieu has joined the cast of "Kalach," a French-language movie directed by Yves Renier that is being touted at the American Film Market by Pascal Diot's Onoma International.Read more

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  7. U.K.'s Ipso Facto: They have Moxie

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    Brit production banner Ipso Facto Films is partnering with a host of outfits in setting up a U.K.-based talent development company based on the U.S. micro-studio system, the outfit said Thursday.Read more

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  8. Private fest will bridge film gap

    5:00 am 11/1/2007

    In the latest in a series of Sino-American cinematic bridge-building exercises, a new, private film festival will launch at the Directors Guild of America on Thursday.Read more

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  9. IFC steals Holdridge's 'Kiss'

    5:00 am 11/1/2007

    On the eve of its Saturday AFI Fest screening, IFC Entertainment nabbed all North American rights to writer-director Alex Holdridge's romantic comedy "In Search of a Midnight Kiss."Read more

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  10. Zuckerman, Crew have 'Sex Drive'

    5:00 am 11/1/2007

    Josh Zuckerman and Amanda Crew will star and James Marsden is in talks to appear in Sean Anders' raucous teen comedy "Sex Drive" for Summit Entertainment and Alloy Entertainment.Read more

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