Hong Kong actor Jackie Chan arrives at the 18th Shanghai International Film Festival June 13, 2015. REUTERS/Aly Song
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The Shanghai film festival opened Saturday with a strong Asian flavor in movie selections and a bevy of Chinese stars striding down the red carpet.The festival, founded in 1993, is featuring more than 380 movies from nearly 50 countries, according to organizers. But China dominates with 80 films, almost double the number by closest competitor the United States.Commercial hub Shanghai does not aim to compete with political center Beijing to be China's film capital, Fu said.
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