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Why some Hong Kong documentary filmmakers are staying anonymous for safety


Doha's 2020 Ajyal festival kicks off in theatres, online and its first drive-in


Netflix teams with Realness Institute on African series development lab (exclusive)


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Alpha Violet unveils Japanese deals on 'Apples', 'Identifying Features' out of Tokyo (exclusive)


Oscars best international feature 2021: all the films submitted so far


International box office: 'Demon Slayer' enters Japan all-time top five; 'Freaky' top in Australia


Lucrecia Martel's 'Chocobar' gets €50K boost in latest Hubert Bals funding round


UK's Claire Oakley, Greece's Myrsini Aristidou head to Israel's Sam Spiegel Lab


AGC scores global deals on hot AFM title 'Universe's Most Wanted'

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