Deputy Managing Editor, Features

Janice Page

As editor of book development, Page has overseen the production of dozens of nonfiction books, including the commorative look at the recent Boston Bruins’ Stanley Cup title, “Killer B’s,” as well as “Ted Kennedy: Scenes from an Epic Life,” and “Great New England Storms of the 20th Century.” She also is the Globe’s film editor.

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Examining tragedies from Pearl Harbor to Sid and Nancy

By Peter Keough , Globe Correspondent

A look at documentaries that focus on the destruction at Pearl Harbor and punk legends Sid and Nancy.

Isabelle Huppert is at it again in ‘Things to Come’

By Loren King , Globe Correspondent

The French actress commands the screen in “Elle.” But the subtle, quietly poignant “Things to Come” may be a better showcase for her ferocity and vulnerability.

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Psychoanalyzing filmmaking duo’s ‘Seduction Theory’

By Loren King , Globe Correspondent

Celebrated filmmakers Steven Ascher and Jeanne Jordan are screening their new short film, the dark comedy “Seduction Theory,” at the Coolidge Corner Theatre.

Revisiting the end of Camelot through Jackie’s eyes

By Loren King , Globe Correspondent

Director Pablo Larrain talks about filming “Jackie,” starring Natalie Portman, as an American horror story.