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Monday, March 17, 2014
Businesses and cultural workers in the southern city of Chiayi Sunday launched the first of several charity screenings of locally produced baseball film “KANO” to allow the disadvantaged to see the film.
2014/3/17
David Brenner, frequent 'Tonight Show' guest, dies
Other veteran comics could head straight to “The Tonight Show” couch to banter with Johnny Carson, but David Brenner had to do a stand-up routine when he was a guest.
2014/3/17
Saturday, March 15, 2014
Film set legend Abby Singer dies at age 96 in California
Abby Singer, a famed production manager whose name became synonymous for the next-to-last shot of the day, died Thursday. He was 96.
2014/3/15
National Geographic Channel is targeting a subject that's literally over our heads, bringing it down to Earth in an ambitious two-hour special.
2014/3/15
Legendary voice-over artist Hal Douglas, whose sonorous delivery starred in trailers for thousands of movies and documentaries, has died, his family said Thursday.
2014/3/15
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
“Stray Dogs,” director Tsai Ming-liang's award-winning film about a homeless single father on the streets of Taipei struggling to support his two children, is set to hit theaters in France on March 12.
2014/3/12
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
An exhibition that opened Monday in Taipei is showcasing props and recreated sets from the hit baseball film “Kano,” which tells the true story of an underdog Taiwanese high school baseball team of the same name.
2014/3/11
Bloody ancient Greece fantasy-action movie “300: Rise of an Empire” slayed the competition at the North American box office this weekend, estimated figures showed Sunday.
2014/3/11
Monday, March 10, 2014
The Taiwan International Children's Film Festival, which will kick off in Taipei on March 27, is aimed this year at inspiring children to think more openly and creatively.
2014/3/10
First Indian film museum to open in Mumbai
Seven years in the making and costing nearly US$20 million, the first Indian film museum is set to open in the home of Bollywood, more than 100 years after the country's celebrated movie industry was born.
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