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Costa Rica seeks to attract film and television productions with incentives

The country intends to compete with others such as Colombia, Panama, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic

Hernán Jiménez to direct his first English-language film – with a star-studded cast

"I'm making a new movie – that I'm hopelessly in love with – and these beautiful people are joining me," Hernán Jiménez wrote on Facebook.

5 questions for Costa Rican actor Radek Lord

Young Costa Rican actor Radek Lord talks about his process, why his chosen profession thrills him, and his "third-person view" of the countries in which he's lived.

5 questions for composer Pieter Schlosser – ‘The idea is to extract the emotion’

Pieter Schlosser, who lived in Costa Rica as a teenager, chats with The Tico Times about his work as a composer for film, TV and video games.

Actor Sean Penn secretly interviewed ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán in hideout before capture

CULIACÁN, Mexico –The Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán story couldn't seem any more unbelievable, with its multiple prison breaks, endless sewers and tunnels, outlandish sums of money, and feverish manhunts. And then Sean Penn entered the story.

‘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.

Ex-NASA astronaut Franklin Chang talks about ‘The Martian,’ Hollywood’s take on his VASIMR engine

NASA's Hall of Fame astronaut and the first Tico in space, Franklin Chang, on Tuesday attended a special screening of director Ridley Scott’s new movie “The Martian,” based on the 2011 bestseller novel of the same name by U.S. author Andy Weir. In "The Martian," the Ares 3 crew travels aboard a Hermes spacecraft powered by four of Chang’s VASIMR engines.

Francis Ford Coppola wants you to come on his family vacation

"I love this magnificent, diverse earth that we have, where you can't look out in any direction and not see beauty."

Love takes Costa Rica, Costa Rica takes Hollywood

The movie stars Academy Award-winning actress Marcia Gay Harden, known for her roles in "Into the Wild" (2007) and "Mystic Rivers" (2003), alongside Oscar Jaenada Catalán, winner of a Goya for his role in "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" (2011)

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?

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