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March 22, 1999 | AMY WALLACE and SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
In the pitched rivalry between the challenges of battle and the passions of romance, love won Sunday night, with "Shakespeare in Love" upsetting "Saving Private Ryan" to win best picture and six other Oscars, including best actress, supporting actress and original screenplay. "This was a movie about life and art, and art and life combining. . . . It's called magic," said an exultant Harvey Weinstein, Miramax co-chairman and one of the film's producers.
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May 17, 2000 | BLAKE GREEN, NEWSDAY
Before he was 30, Tom Stoppard, a Czechoslovakian emigre, high school dropout and British journalism roustabout, wrote a play that made him famous.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 17, 2000 | BLAKE GREEN, NEWSDAY
Before he was 30, Tom Stoppard, a Czechoslovakian emigre, high school dropout and British journalism roustabout, wrote a play that made him famous.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 23, 1999 | AMY WALLACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After all of Miramax's relentless promotion of "Shakespeare in Love"--from the glossy advertising in the entertainment industry's trade papers to the reams of free press coverage that followed--you might think no one would be surprised when the romantic tale of thespians in love walked away with the best picture Oscar at the 71st Annual Academy Awards Sunday night.
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March 23, 1999 | AMY WALLACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After all of Miramax's relentless promotion of "Shakespeare in Love"--from the glossy advertising in the entertainment industry's trade papers to the reams of free press coverage that followed--you might think no one would be surprised when the romantic tale of thespians in love walked away with the best picture Oscar at the 71st Annual Academy Awards Sunday night.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 8, 1999 | RICHARD NATALE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
An unusually aggressive--and expensive--marketing campaign by Miramax in support of its Oscar-nominated film "Shakespeare in Love" has jolted Hollywood and raised questions about how far a studio should go to bolster its chances for an Academy Award.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 17, 1999 | ROBERT W. WELKOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Hollywood hosts the Academy Awards on Sunday, few countries will feel as much pride of homeland as Australia, which has produced seven of this year's Oscar nominees. They include Cate Blanchett for best actress in "Elizabeth," Geoffrey Rush for best supporting actor in "Shakespeare in Love," Rachel Griffiths for best supporting actress in "Hilary and Jackie," Peter Weir for best director of "The Truman Show" and David Hirschfelder for best original score for "Elizabeth."
ENTERTAINMENT
December 12, 1998 | PATRICK PACHECO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
With long hair curling, Oscar Wilde-like, over his collar, playwright Tom Stoppard enters the sleek dining room of a midtown hotel, an otherworldly presence in the midst of Manhattan bustle. The contrast is drawn even more starkly when, 40 minutes into an interview, the acclaimed playwright is joined by Marc Norman, the writer and producer who co-wrote with Stoppard the screenplay for "Shakespeare in Love," the Miramax film that opened Friday to rave reviews.
NEWS
March 22, 1999 | AMY WALLACE and SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
In the pitched rivalry between the challenges of battle and the passions of romance, love won Sunday night, with "Shakespeare in Love" upsetting "Saving Private Ryan" to win best picture and six other Oscars, including best actress, supporting actress and original screenplay. "This was a movie about life and art, and art and life combining. . . . It's called magic," said an exultant Harvey Weinstein, Miramax co-chairman and one of the film's producers.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 17, 1999 | ROBERT W. WELKOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Hollywood hosts the Academy Awards on Sunday, few countries will feel as much pride of homeland as Australia, which has produced seven of this year's Oscar nominees. They include Cate Blanchett for best actress in "Elizabeth," Geoffrey Rush for best supporting actor in "Shakespeare in Love," Rachel Griffiths for best supporting actress in "Hilary and Jackie," Peter Weir for best director of "The Truman Show" and David Hirschfelder for best original score for "Elizabeth."
ENTERTAINMENT
March 8, 1999 | RICHARD NATALE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
An unusually aggressive--and expensive--marketing campaign by Miramax in support of its Oscar-nominated film "Shakespeare in Love" has jolted Hollywood and raised questions about how far a studio should go to bolster its chances for an Academy Award.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 12, 1998 | PATRICK PACHECO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
With long hair curling, Oscar Wilde-like, over his collar, playwright Tom Stoppard enters the sleek dining room of a midtown hotel, an otherworldly presence in the midst of Manhattan bustle. The contrast is drawn even more starkly when, 40 minutes into an interview, the acclaimed playwright is joined by Marc Norman, the writer and producer who co-wrote with Stoppard the screenplay for "Shakespeare in Love," the Miramax film that opened Friday to rave reviews.
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