A low-key documentary that gradually, impressively reveals the complexity and depth of experience of its two HIV-positive subjects.
What most people remember about the 1998-1999 awards season is how "Shakespeare in Love," in an all-out battle led by Harvey Weinstein, bested "Saving Private Ryan" to win the Oscar for best picture.
There could be no better example of the ever-increasing globalization of the film biz than the number of translators working backstage at the Oscars.
Portia de Rossi and Dean Cain will topline the Fox TV Pictures telepic "The Glow," lensing in Toronto.
After its star Geoffrey Rush was feted by his new best friends at the Golden Globes, "Shine" finished the week as the exclusive box office champ - overthrowing last week's king, "Hamlet."
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