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  1. Hong Kong Filmart: Rise in Exhibitors and Buyers Amid a Slow Market

    10:34 pm PDT 03/25/2013
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    While organizers report a 10 percent rise in attending delegates, reps speak of a slow market devoid of showpiece launches. READ MORE

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  2. Hong Kong Filmart: Director Kiyoshi Kurosawa on His Prolific Past in Softcore Porn (Q&A)

    1:15 am PDT 03/21/2013
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    The celebrated auteur discusses altered states of reality, returning to the big screen after four years and the lessons he learned while working on "Pink Eiga." READ MORE

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  3. Hong Kong Filmart: Unifrance to Launch L.A. and Mumbai Offices in September

    10:36 pm PDT 03/20/2013
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    The state-funded promoter of French cinema furthers its expansion overseas with its new foreign reps, as well as an enhanced presence in China. READ MORE

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  4. Hong Kong Filmart: 'Doomsday – Party,' 'Barber's Tales' Top HAF Awards

    10:29 pm PDT 03/20/2013
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    Hong Kong’s Ho Hong and Filipino filmmaker Jun Robles Lana take home cash prizes and Arri awards at this year’s Hong Kong-Asia Film Financing Forum. READ MORE

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  5. Petal Dance: Hong Kong Review

    12:43 pm PDT 03/20/2013
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    Japanese auteur Hiroshi Ishikawa returns with a delicate tale of four young women trying to restart their lives. READ MORE

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  6. Hong Kong Filmart: The Best of the Worst One-Sheets

    3:06 pm PDT 03/19/2013
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    From flatulence-themed thrillers to horses in the kitchen, 12 of the most peculiar posters from Hong Kong Filmart 2013. READ MORE

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  7. Hong Kong Filmart: Download THR's Day 3 'Daily'

    3:04 pm PDT 03/19/2013
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    In day 3 of THR's Filmart Dailies, a raft of new initiatives look to foster young film talent in Hong Kong and China, Bollywood producers lament a lack of government support, and celebrated Japanese auteur Kiyoshi Kurosawa discusses the early lessons he learned making softcore pornography. READ MORE

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  8. Hong Kong Filmart: Cloud Technology Stirs Piracy Debate

    2:08 pm PDT 03/19/2013
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    With a huge expansion of Internet domain names set to launch this year, how to prevent abuse of the new technology is a growing concern for the entertainment industry in Asia. READ MORE

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  9. Hong Kong Filmart: Vampire Genre Gets Chinese Spin

    1:52 pm PDT 03/19/2013
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    With his upcoming horror title "Rigor Mortis," director Juno Mak revives the golden age of Hong Kong supernatural cinema. READ MORE

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  10. Hong Kong Filmart: Industry Turns Spotlight on New Talent

    1:33 pm PDT 03/19/2013
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    A raft of new initiatives debuted by regional veterans such as Yu Dong and Bill Kong look to support fresh filmmaking voices from Asia. READ MORE

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  11. Hong Kong Filmart: Indian Content Firms Bemoan Lack of Export Support

    11:11 am PDT 03/19/2013
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    “There's a lot of interest in Indian films now in Asia, but we get no help in promoting them overseas," says one market attendee. READ MORE

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  12. Hong Kong Filmart: Singapore's mm2 Partners With Smart Limited

    4:36 am PDT 03/19/2013
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    The two companies will shoot two co-productions this year, beginning with "ATM" from veteran Hong Kong TV actor Ha Yu. READ MORE

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  13. Can Okinawa Become an Entertainment Hub?

    10:52 pm PDT 03/18/2013
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    A leading Japanese talent agency looks to launch a performing arts school on land now used by the U.S. military. READ MORE

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  14. Hong Kong Filmart: Asian Film Awards Best Film Winner Lou Ye (Q&A)

    8:00 am PDT 03/18/2013
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    The mainland Chinese director talks about how he deals with censors, seeing a silver lining in his tussle with red tape, and the relevance of a story about the blind leading the sighted into the light. READ MORE

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  15. Hong Kong Filmart: Belgium's uMedia Takes Remake Rights to 'Don’t Go Breaking My Heart' (Exclusive)

    7:31 am PDT 03/18/2013
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    Media Asia's original film was a hit in Hong Kong and China, where it grossed $16 million. READ MORE

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  16. Hong Kong Filmart: Download THR's Day 2 'Daily'

    7:00 am PDT 03/18/2013
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    In Day 2 of THR's Filmart Dailies, the boom in Asian cinema fuels optimism on the first day of the market, Oxide Pang discusses the upcoming disaster epic "Inferno," and the controversial Chinese drama "Mystery" takes top honors at the Asian Film Awards. READ MORE

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  17. China's 'Mystery' Leads Asian Film Awards Winners

    7:00 am PDT 03/18/2013
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    Lou Ye's controversial tale of sexual and social malaise won honors for best film, best screenwriter and best newcomer. READ MORE

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  18. Hong Kong Filmart: Japanese Firms Exploring New Distribution Channels

    5:59 am PDT 03/18/2013
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    By screening more live events in foreign cinemas, Japanese distributors hope to reverse the country’s historically weak international sales record. READ MORE

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  19. Ip Man — The Final Fight: Hong Kong Review

    10:12 pm PDT 03/17/2013
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    The Ip Man franchise rolls on in a fifth tale about the legendary Chinese martial artist. READ MORE

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  20. Hong Kong Filmart: Local Industry Embraces Sex Comedies

    9:05 am PDT 03/17/2013
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    Enticed by the unexpected success of racy fare like "Vulgaria" and "Due West," producers are rushing to cash in on a craze for crassness at the Hong Kong box office. READ MORE

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  21. Hong Kong Filmart: Download THR's Day 1 'Daily'

    5:31 am PDT 03/17/2013
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    In day 1 of THR's Filmart Dailies, Hong Kong producers embrace raunchy sex comedies, Johnnie To's China-set cop drama "Drug War" sells to multiple territories and veteran director Andrew Lau discusses the ups and downs of his eclectic career. READ MORE

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