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‘Spider-Man’ rakes in stunning $253 million in N. American opening

Covid-schmovid: Sony and Marvel's new "Spider-Man: No Way Home" scored the third-biggest domestic opening of all time, taking in an estimated $253 million in its...

Costa Rica invites filmmakers from Central America and the Caribbean to international festival

The film festival is one of the main meetings of Central American and Caribbean independent cinema.

Playa del Coco makes a perfect day date for Guanacaste expats

Four Tamarindo expats treat themselves to a day off in Playa del Coco, with burgers at the Hard Rock Cafe and, believe it or not, a movie.

‘Star Wars’ smashes Christmas Day box office record

LOS ANGELES, California – The latest "Star Wars" film has smashed yet another box office record, raking in $49.3 million on Christmas Day in North America -- the highest total ever on the holiday, industry figures showed Saturday.

Haiti on the outside looking in at ‘Star Wars’ delirium

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Without a single functioning movie theatre in their country, Haitians have been feeling left out in recent days, while much of the rest of the world swoons over the latest "Star Wars" movie.

San José hosts international short film fest

The Shortfilmfestival started 13 years ago in Bern, Switzerland, and has since spread to other cities. The festival will be held simultaneously in this year's chosen cities, or "playgrounds," which are: Buenos Aires (Argentina), Moscow (Russia), Cape Town (South Africa), Bangkok (Thailand), Cairo (Egypt), Kyoto (Japan), and San José, which became a shnit playground in 2011.

UCR students race toward cinematic glory in only 48 hours

Now in its third edition, the contest, which challenges students from the university's Collective Communication Science Department to produce a short film in just two days, resulted in 10 films showcased Oct. 2 at the UCR Law School Auditorium.

Costa Rica’s love-hate relationship with ‘Jurassic Park’

Moviemakers didn't bother to consult an atlas before filming scenes that ostensibly took place in Costa Rica. Will the latest installment do better?

Costa Rican prison drama ‘Presos’ to hit cinemas May 14

“Presos” is the third feature film by acclaimed Costa Rican director Esteban Ramírez, and it will receive a national release on May 14.

‘The Salt of the Earth’ focuses on photographer Sebastião Salgado

"The Salt of the Earth" is directed by Wim Wenders and Salgado's son, Juliano, and the two men trade off narrating what amounts to an unabashed love letter to the man they both idolize.

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