Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio appear in a scene from "The Audition."
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This is just where Martin Scorsese's "The Audition" will debut Saturday. The idea for the film was conceived by Australian playboy billionaire James Packer to promote Studio City, the $3.2 billion Hollywood-inspired casino he and his partner at Melco Crown Entertainment, Lawrence Ho, are building in the Chinese enclave of Macau, and another similar project titled City of Dreams being built in Manila.BIFF programmer Pak Dosin said his festival had first been approached by the film's Hong Kong-based representative in May, asking if he might be interested in screening it.The last Scorsese film to screen at BIFF was when "Taxi Driver" formed part of a retrospective program in 2009 .
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