Tokyo Film Market to Stay in Online Mode for Third Year

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June 23, 2022

Tokyo Film Market to Stay in Online Mode for Third Year

The Tokyo Film Market (TIFFCOM) is to remain as an online-only event for a third year, though the festival hopes to have foreign visitors.

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Why the Cancellation of 'Neighbours' Also Marks the End of an Era for Global Soaps (Column)

The cancellation of Australia's 'Neighbours,' which was largely U.K.-funded, is the end of an era for internationally broadcast soaps.

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Temuera Morrison, Robyn Malcolm Star in 'Far North' New Zealand Series for Sundance Now (EXCLUSIVE)

Temuera Morrison and Robyn Malcolm star in ‘Far North,’ a premium New Zealand drama series for Sundance Now.

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Lukas Dhont's 'Close' Wins Best Film Prize at Sydney Festival

Lukas Dhont's 'Close' won the best film prize at the Sydney Festival, which came to a close on Sunday.

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Netflix Greenlights Korean Action Movie 'Believer 2'

Netflix has given a green light to ‘Believer 2,’ a sequel to the 2018 hit crime action film, but it has made a strategic change …

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Producer Janet Yang Receives Academy Museum Honor: 'It's a Symbol of How Communities Can Come Together'

Hollywood producer Janet Yang was feted on Tuesday evening at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures with a pillar named in her honor.

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'Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia,' Symphonic Work About Khmer Rouge Genocide, Released as Album

“Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia,” a symphonic work about the Khmer Rouge genocide composed by survivor Him Sophy, was release …

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