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    10 Must-See Movies at the New York Asian Film Festival

    The selection this year is diverse. The 63 features come from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, Thailand, and the Philippines. Here are ten strongly recommended titles from the current lineup.

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    The Top Movies At This Year's New York Asian Film Festival, From Samurais to Cambodian Cinema

    Three movies from three different countries stand out from this year's New York Asian Film Festival, which starts Friday.

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    International Sales Agent of the Day: Panda of So. Korea has Dance Town in Panorama

    Dance Town, the third film of Panda Media and Jeon Kyu Hwan's Town Trilogy, has been officially selected at the Berlin Film Festival in the Panorama Section. Panda Media's goal is to reveal jewels of the international cinema to Korean spectators, and to bring Korean films to world audien...

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    TIFFCON at the Tokyo Film Festival

    Pusan International Film Festival and its content market has wrapped and TIFFCOM 2011, the content market affiliated with the 24th Tokyo International Film Festival, has begun today.

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    Palm Spring International ShortFest Awards

    Shorts are having an impact on new digital media and new types of distribution. Their importance and their filmmakers' importance has long been recognized by the top festivals (Cannes, Berlin, Sundance, TIFF) and among the trade, agents keep an eye on the top shorts filmmakers. So too, certain leading shorts film festivals and markets, the leaders of which are Clermont Ferrand in France and Oberhausen in Germany (for more cutting edge shorts), festivals like the Guanajuato International Film Festival, Expresión en Corto, held during the final week of July in the cities of San Miguel de Allende and Guanajuato Capital, Mexico and the Palm Spr...

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    ScreenSingapore

    Singapore is making moves to put itself more squarely in the center of the Asia Business World. It is cohosting new weekly TV program with the BBC featuring discussions with democratic governments in the region, and ScreenSingapore, which is backed by the government's Media Development Authority, h...

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    Hyde Park's Amritraj sees Foreign Films' Potential

    Thanks to Patrick Frater and Film Biz Asia for covering the views of master international sales agent Ashok Amritraj of Hyde Park.

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    Distribution Must Find New Models

    Thanks again to Film Biz Asia and Patrick Frater for covering the subject to distribution models.

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    Smarter Hollywood Gets Local in Asia

    Thanks again to Film Biz Asia for this article by Marcus LimHollywood is getting smarter about engaging with Asia on more equal terms, having learned lessons from earlier unsuccessful attempts, according to two senior Hollywood executives at the second In Conversation seminar held Wednesday at Scree...

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    Sharp Elbows and Acid Tongues at Shanghai Seminar

    Again from Film Biz Asia comes this spirited report on the discussions which took place -- This time at the Shanghai International Film Festival.

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