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LOS ANGELES — Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has introduced a new premiere line of diverse films from around the world, which will be available on DVD, Video On Demand and digital download formats in the United States later this year.
Fox World Cinema's debut will include:
Korea’s "The Yellow Sea," screening at Cannes later this month as part of the Un Certain Regard program;
The Chinese film "The Butcher, the Chef and the Swordsman," which premiered at the 2010 Toronto Film Festival;
India’s "Dum Maaro Dum"; and
Italy’s "Vallanzasca: Angel of Evil," which was shown at the Venice Film Festival, Los Angeles Italian Film Festival and the London Italian Film Festival.
“Filmmakers around the world are creating provocative and entertaining films, many of which are rarely seen outside their native countries,” said Mary Daily, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment EVP marketing. “With Fox World Cinema, we are committed to introducing these films to passionate audiences in America that are eager to embrace a range of cultures and experiences.”