The new and improved Hong Kong International Film Festival might be glammed up somewhat, but it's good to know the big-name celebrities in town kept one foot close to the ground by hosting a couple of Q&A sessions with film students at the Academy for Performing Arts. The Yellow Handkerchief producer Arthur Cohn and W.'s director, Oliver Stone, both trekked out to Bethanie Hall for masterclasses this week. Stone's Wednesday afternoon chat turned into a rant against the Bush W. regime, focusing on him as the 'son of Reagan and grandson of Nixon'. However, he also detailed a couple of interesting anecdotes with Hong Kong connections. One was that the Emperor Entertainment Group became one of the biggest investors in W. because 'the topic was too sensitive to find investors in the States'. The other was that a few months ago in Hong Kong, Stone met Bill Clinton during his forum here and he gave Clinton a copy of the film W. Clinton then passed it along to the sitting president himself. So George W. Bush has seen the movie, and according to cinema agitator Stone, 'He said, 'I'm liked Josh Brolin played me'.'