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Bollywood heartthrob Roshan warns fans against obsession

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Since he burst onto the big screen in 2000 with female viewers reportedly fainting at his presence, Hrithik Roshan has become one of Bollywood’s most bankable stars – and the fan mail hasn’t stopped flowing.

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Ferry tragedy film causes stir at Busan festival

In this April 16, 2014 photo taken with a mobile phone by deceased South Korean high school student Park Su-hyeon and released by his father Park Jong-dae, students are shown inside the sinking ferry Sewol on waters near Jindo, South Korea. Soon after the ferry begins to tilt, nervous laughter can be heard from the high school students huddled below deck. In video clips from the cellphone of Park Su-hyeon, a victim of the disaster that has shaken South Korea, the teenagers talk of taking selfies, wonder if they'll make the news and discuss posting about the excitement later on Facebook. (AP Photo/Park Su-hyeon courtesy of the Park Family)

A South Korean documentary about the Sewol ferry disaster has stoked controversy ahead of Thursday’s opening of Asia’s pre-eminent film festival in the port city of Busan.

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Nes Jardin leaves Cinemalaya

NES JARDIN, Cinemalaya Foundation head

Nes Jardin has resigned as president of Cinemalaya Foundation, a proponent of the Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival.

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Costly Oscar trip for ‘Norte’

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ANGELI Bayani (left) and Hazel Orencio in Lav Diaz’s “Norte, Hangganan ng Kasaysayan”

“We welcome this challenge,” said producer Moira Lang (the former Raymond Lee) of “Norte, Hangganan ng Kasaysayan.” The movie has been chosen by the Film Academy of the Philippines (FAP) to vie for a spot in the Best Foreign Language Film race of the 2015 Oscars.

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As real as ‘Cine’ gets

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SCENE from Nawruz Paguidopon’s “A Journey to Haifa”

A Facebook photo shows young people lining up in a cineplex to watch a documentary. It’s not a documentarian’s flight of fancy; it’s for real.

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