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.

Latest stories

Among Toronto’s thrills: a superb Natalie Portman in ‘Jackie’

By , Globe Staff

Highlights from the Toronto International Film Festival include “Jackie” and “Paterson.”

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Yes, ‘La La Land’ really is all that

By , Globe Staff

The film, starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, looks to be the hit of this year’s Toronto film festival.

Best big-screen Boston shootout ever?

By , Globe Staff

Sorry, Ben Affleck. The best Boston shootout scene might just belong to Ben Wheatley, who recently unveiled “Free Fire” at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Toronto film fest starts off with more mainstream fare than art

By , Globe Staff

The Toronto International Film Festival clears its throat by opening with “The Magnificent Seven,” a remake of a remake.

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