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California Film Commission Explains How HBO Swapped Spain for San Francisco

Alex Ben Block At a West Hollywood panel, the locations-centric discussion cited the slim budget of "Hemmingway & Gellhorn," despite the Spanish Civil War setting, and urged filmmakers to push Sacramento to extend the incentive program. read more
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