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The Making of ‘She Said’: “We All Felt We Didn’t Want to Give Harvey Any More Airtime”

There’s a photo of the moment right before The New York Times published its very first story about Harvey Weinstein’s systemic sexual harassment. Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor are there, along with their editors at the newspaper. They’re gathered around a computer, giving the story one last read and waiting to press the button that […]

‘She Said’ Premiere Honors Women Who Exposed Harvey Weinstein’s Alleged Misconduct

The New York Film Festival’s world premiere of She Said, based on the book of the same name about The New York Times‘ investigation into Harvey Weinstein’s decades of alleged sexual misconduct, was a “memorable moment,” director Maria Schrader said Thursday night. Schrader said she and the team behind the Universal film, which she was […]

‘She Said’ Review: Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan Anchor Solid Dramatization of New York Times’ Weinstein Investigation

The stars play Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor, whose exposé on Harvey Weinstein ushered in changes in the film industry, in Maria Schrader's newsroom procedural premiering at the New York Film Festival.

Restart Berlin: How Germany’s Film and TV Industry Got Back to Work

In the first of a Hollywood Reporter series on the state of international production hubs post-pandemic, we look at the success of Berlin, whose film and television industry has kept the cameras rolling, despite the country's ongoing lockdown.

Berlin: Competition Titles ‘I’m Your Man,’ ‘Next Door’ Sell Wide

Dan Stevens stars as a love robot in Maria Schrader's sci-fi romantic comedy, while Daniel Bruhl stars in, and directs, the dark comedy 'Next Door.'

Berlin: How COVID-19 Has Changed Onscreen Storytelling

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how movies are being made, but the new crop of films that screened at the Sundance and Berlin film festivals are evidence that the global pandemic is also having an impact on the stories filmmakers want to tell.

‘I’m Your Man’: Film Review | Berlin 2021

As a humanoid robot tailored to be the perfect romantic partner, Dan Stevens stars opposite Maren Eggert in Maria Schrader's dramatic comedy.

Berlin: Maria Schrader on Turning Dan Stevens Into a German-Speaking Love Robot in ‘I’m Your Man’

In her Berlin competition entry, the 'Unorthodox' director cast the 'Downton Abbey' and 'Legion' star as an android programmed to fulfill every desire.