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    New Video Bets that America's Audiences Want China's Blockbusters

    North American audiences have new access to Chinese blockbusters through New Video, which will be the exclusive distributor of China Lion titles across cable VOD, television, digital and DVD.

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    Weekly indieWIRE Clicks: Hole Reunites, SFIFF, Lionsgate Gets Thrifty, Paddy Considine & More

    This past week on indieWIRE witnessed Hole's 13-years-in-the-making reunion, "Tyrannosaur" director Paddy Considine getting blunt about British film, Lionsgate revealing some microbudget plans and much more.

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    Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival to Open with "Fast Five" and Close with "Love in Disguise"

    Visual Communications, an Asian Pacific media arts center, announced the lineup for the 27th edition of its Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF). The festival will open with Justin Lin's "Fast Five," the lastest in the Vin Diesel and Paul Walker action series, and close with "Love in Dis...

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    Fashion in Film Festival: Birds of Paradise Releases Lineup

    New York's Museum of the Moving Image has released the lineup for "Birds of Paradise," taking a cue from the Fashion in Film Festival, which originated in 2005 in London. "Birds of Paradise" will center around the role of costume in film and feature screenings of nearly two dozen selections from ear...

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    Cats and Dogs Rule Hong Kong Fest; U.S. Indies Get Proper Legal Screenings

    The awards of the 35th Hong Kong International Film Festival were announced on Wednesday night, though the festival will continue through April 5. The showcase of world and Asian cinema gave its Golden Digital Award to Tibetan tale "Old Dog" by Pema Tsedan, about the tragicomic events surrounding th...

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    "Insidious" Director James Wan: Tired of torture porn, "I want to make my romantic comedy"

    Seven years after launching the horror franchise "Saw," director James Wan wants to revitalize the genre once more with his haunted house thriller, "Insidious." Like "Saw," it was an independent production and written by his long-time collaborator Leigh Whanell. However, "Insidious" boasts none of ...

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: James Wan Gets Creepy, "Source Code" Earns Early Oscar Buzz & More

    Today on indieWIRE James Wan dishes on his love of horror films, "Source Code" generates Oscar buzz and "Hanna" continues to charm the critics.

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    Sundance Selects Sashays "Pina" to the U.S.

    U.S. rights to Wim Wenders' "Pina" have been picked up by Sundance Selects, the company said Thursday. An in-depth look into the work of iconic dancer and choreographer Pina Bausch, world-premiered at the 2011 Berlin Film Festival in February.

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    Phase 4 Gets "Lucky" in North America

    North American rights to director Gil Cates Jr.’s dark comedy "Lucky" have been acquired by Phase 4 Films, Berry Meyerowitz, President & CEO of the company said Thursday. The film will make its world premiere at the Dallas International Film Festival this week. Phase 4 will release the film theatric...

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    Lionsgate and Tyler Perry Extend Their Partnership

    Tyler Perry, the recipient of the Visionary Award for filmmaking tonight at Las Vegas' CinemaCon, will continue his partnership with Lionsgate through a multi-year film and home entertainment deal. Partners with Perry since 2005, Lionsgate will release his upcoming "Madea" franchise films and "We Th...

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