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  1. China's Alibaba May Be Readying Major Hollywood Assault

    8:51 am 9/19/2014

    After its record-breaking IPO, e-commerce giant will make building a bigger film business a priority, experts sayRead more

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  2. China's Alibaba Stock Jumps in Market Debut

    7:04 am 9/19/2014

    The largest U.S. IPO ever raised $21.8 billionRead more

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  3. Tokyo Film Festival to Feature Special Screenings of 'The Expendables 3' and Martin Scorsese Doc

    6:11 am 9/19/2014

    Bollywood smash 'Dhoom: 3' and footage from Tim Burton's 'Big Eyes' will also play at the October eventRead more

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  4. James Schamus: Hollywood Focuses on Films for "20-Year-Old Chinese People"

    4:02 am 9/19/2014

    In London, he also talks about embracing TV, philosophy, 'Showgirls' and working on Ang Lee's unloved 'Hulk'Read more

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  5. India, China Sign Film Co-Production Treaty

    9:53 am 9/18/2014

    The signing ceremony took place as part of the ongoing state visit of China's President Xi Jinping to India.Read more

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  6. Virtual Reality Demos Generate Buzz as Tokyo Game Show Opens

    4:56 am 9/18/2014

    Consoles battle smartphones for attention as the Tokyo Stock Exchange looks for new IPO candidatesRead more

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  7. Chinese Online Giant Tencent Sets Up Film Unit

    12:52 am 9/18/2014

    Tencent Movie Plus will make four or five films a year Read more

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  8. South Korean Smartphone Film Fest Announces 2014 Winners

    6:46 am 9/17/2014

    Twitter Korea was among sponsors of eight prizes for shorts made on mobile devices Read more

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  9. Tokyo Game Show to Open Amid Slow Console Sales

    6:43 am 9/17/2014

    New gaming devices will be vying for gamers' attention as mobile gaming continues to growRead more

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  10. Catherine Deneuve to Get Mumbai Film Festival Lifetime Honor

    6:42 am 9/17/2014

    The lineup includes Brad Pitt starrer 'Fury,' Richard Linklater's 'Boyhood' and Mike Leigh's 'Mr. Turner'Read more

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