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

High praise for the less-hyped at Toronto

By Janice Page , Globe Staff

“Red Army,” “Cake,” “Girlhood,” and “While We’re Young” are some of the smaller, more unexpected highlights from Toronto International Film Festival.

June 13, 2010

The Rivers edge

By Janice Page , Globe Staff

So, what does this sharp-tongued comedy icon look like and sound like up close? Softer than you might think, for starters.

Movie Review

‘Pandas’ gets beyond the bear necessities

By Janice Page , Globe Staff

The IMAX documentary travels to China’s Wolong National Nature Reserve to look at efforts to breed the black-and-white bears.

movie preview

Benedict Cumberbatch takes on role of Julian Assange

By Janice Page , Globe Staff

As portrayed by a bleached-blond, beady-eyed Cumberbatch in “The Fifth Estate,” the controversial WikiLeaks founder is intense, eccentric, even maniacal.