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‘1917’: How an Ambitious Narrative Changed the Approach to Filmmaking

A pair of Sam Mendes' trusted filmmaking partners — cinematographer Roger Deakins and production designer Dennis Gassner — returned to work on the director's World War I film, but in entirely new…

Meet the Entrepreneur Turning the Dominican Republic Into a Global Production Hub

Louis Arriola hopes to transform the island nation with a state-of-the-art shooting facility, a 5G network and skilled labor — he's also co-financing the next 'Rambo' movie.

From Locations to Incentives: The Cheat Sheet for Filming in Latin America

With extensive beaches to studio space, a look at the ins-and-outs of filming in Latin America.

Matthew McConaughey on How ‘White Boy Rick’ Is a Study on Poverty in America

Ahead of 'White Boy Rick's' Sept.? 7 TIFF premiere, Matthew McConaughey spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about the importance of family, visiting Rick Wershe Jr. in prison and the tragic cycle of…

How to Make a Revealing Whitney Houston Documentary When Her Estate Won’t Participate

'Whitney: Can I Be Me' director and documentarians talk portraying the true identities of familiar icons.

Oscars: Spanish Hopeful ‘Summer 1993’ Tells Director’s Personal Story

Carla Simón's debut feature follows her 6-year-old self as she navigates the world after her parents die of AIDS.

Beverly Hills Hotel Hires Mandarin-Speaking Personal Shoppers Amid Chinese Tourism Boom

With an average of nearly $7,000 spent by Chinese travelers per visit to the U.S., businesses from Peninsula Beverly Hills to the Four Seasons are responding by offering specialized menus and access…