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Shakespeare in Love (1998) back to product details  

Cast: Joseph Fiennes, Gwyneth Paltrow, Geoffrey Rush, Judi Dench, Simon Callow, Colin Firth, Imelda Staunton, Ben Affleck, Tom Wilkinson, Jim Carter, Martin Clunes, Rupert Everett
Director: John Madden
Producer: Donna Gigliotti, Harvey Weinstein, Edward Zwick, Marc Norman, David Parfitt
Screenwriter: Marc Norman, Tom Stoppard
Executive Producer: Julie Goldstein, Bob Weinstein
Cinematographer: Richard Greatrex
Sound/Sound Designer: Peter Glossop
Associate Producer: Linda Bruce
Composer (Music Score): Stephen Warbeck
Makeup: Lisa Westcott
Art Director: Mark Raggett
Set Designer: Jill Quertier
Casting: Michelle Guish
Hair Styles: Lisa Westcott
Editor: David Gamble
Production Designer: Martin Childs
Costume Designer: Sandy Powell
First Assistant Director: Deborah Saban


Screen Formats:WSE
Sound:5.1 Dolby Digital,PCM stereo
Aspect Ratio:2.35:1

Features:
Shakespeare in Love and on Film
Television spots
1998 Academy Award-winning costumes
John Madden commentary track
Commentary track with cast & crew
Deleted scenes
Shakespeare facts
Theatrical trailer
French-language track

Chapters:
Side #1 --
0. Chapter Selection
1. Program Start [:16]
2. Henslowe's Dilemma [:25]
3. Will [3:23]
4. Writer's Block [2:53]
5. The Chamberlain's Men [2:34]
6. Poetry, Adventure and Love [3:29]
7. It's a Mystery [:53]
8. Titles [2:08]
9. The De Lesseps House [2:32]
10. At First Sight [4:40]
11. Inspiration [3:37]
12. Arrangements [3:41]
13. How Do You Love Her [3:26]
14. Better Than a Play [3:39]
15. Reading Lines [4:20]
16. Good Title [3:40]
17. Her Majesty [5:27]
18. Writers' Quarrel [4:41]
19. Bad News [4:38]
20. To Church [3:51]
21. How Much I Loved You... [4:18]
22. The Final Draft [3:11]
23. Confrontation [3:16]
24. The Proposition [3:32]
25. Opening Night [2:38]
26. Juliet [5:36]
27. Star-Crossed Lovers [5:06]
28. Public Lewdness [4:13]
29. Lady Wessex [2:42]
30. Twelfth Night [6:57]
31. End Credits [:12]

Awards:
  • 1999 won Silver Bear for Outstanding Individual Performance from Berlin International Film Festival to Norman, Marc.
  • 1999 won Silver Bear for Outstanding Individual Performance from Berlin International Film Festival to Stoppard, Tom.
  • 1999 won Silver Bear for Outstanding Individual Performance from Berlin International Film Festival to Norman, Marc for screenplay.
  • 1999 won Silver Bear for Outstanding Individual Performance from Berlin International Film Festival to Stoppard, Tom for screenplay.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Picture from National Board of Review.
  • 1998 won Best Picture - Musical or Comedy from Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Musical or Comedy
  • 1998 won Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or C from Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Paltrow, Gwyneth.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay from Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Norman, Marc.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay from Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Stoppard, Tom.
  • 1998 won Best Art Direction from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Childs, Martin [pd/ad].
  • 1998 won Best Art Direction from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Quertier, Jill.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Cinematography from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Greatrex, Richard.
  • 1998 won Best Costume Design from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Powell, Sandy [cs-89:].
  • 1998 nominated for Best Director from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Madden, John [di].
  • 1998 nominated for Best Cinematography from American Society of Cinematographers to Greatrex, Richard.
  • 1998 won Best Supporting Actress from National Society of Film Critics to Dench, Judi.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay (Runner-up) from National Society of Film Critics to Norman, Marc.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay (Runner-up) from National Society of Film Critics to Stoppard, Tom.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Supporting Actress from Screen Actors Guild to Dench, Judi.
  • 1998 won Best Ensemble Acting from Screen Actors Guild.
  • 1998 won Best Picture from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Parfitt, David [pr-uk-89:].
  • 1998 won Best Musical or Comedy Score from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Warbeck, Stephen.
  • 1998 won Best Original Screenplay from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Norman, Marc.
  • 1998 won Best Original Screenplay from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Stoppard, Tom.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Sound from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to O'Donoghue, Robin.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Sound from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Lester, Dominic.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Sound from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Glossop, Peter.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay from New York Film Critics Circle to Norman, Marc.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay from New York Film Critics Circle to Stoppard, Tom.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Supporting Actor from Screen Actors Guild to Rush, Geoffrey.
  • 1998 won Best Actress - Runner-up from Toronto Film Critics Association to Paltrow, Gwyneth.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay from Chicago Film Critics Association to Norman, Marc.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay from Chicago Film Critics Association to Stoppard, Tom.
  • 1998 won Most Promising Actor from Chicago Film Critics Association to Fiennes, Joseph.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Actor from Screen Actors Guild to Fiennes, Joseph.
  • 1998 won Best Actress from Screen Actors Guild to Paltrow, Gwyneth.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay from Chicago Film Critics Association to Norman, Marc.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay from Chicago Film Critics Association to Stoppard, Tom.
  • 1998 won Most Promising Actor from Chicago Film Critics Association to Fiennes, Joseph.
  • 1998 won Best Supporting Actress from National Society of Film Critics to Dench, Judi.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Actor from Screen Actors Guild to Fiennes, Joseph.
  • 1998 won Best Actress from Screen Actors Guild to Paltrow, Gwyneth.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Supporting Actress from Screen Actors Guild to Dench, Judi.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Cinematography from American Society of Cinematographers to Greatrex, Richard.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Supporting Actor from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Rush, Geoffrey.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Director from Directors Guild of America to Madden, John [di].
  • 1998 won Best Picture from Academy to Weinstein, Harvey.
  • 1998 won Best Picture from Academy to Zwick, Edward.
  • 1998 won Best Actress - Runner-up from Toronto Film Critics Association to Paltrow, Gwyneth.
  • 1998 won Best Picture from Academy to Parfitt, David.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay from Golden Globe to Norman, Marc.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay from Golden Globe to Stoppard, Tom.
  • 1998 won Best Original Screenplay from Broadcast Film Critics Association to Norman, Marc.
  • 1998 won Best Original Screenplay from Broadcast Film Critics Association to Stoppard, Tom.
  • 1998 won Breakthrough Performer from Broadcast Film Critics Association to Fiennes, Joseph.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Editing from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Gamble, David.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay from New York Film Critics Circle to Norman, Marc.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay from New York Film Critics Circle to Stoppard, Tom.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Makeup from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Westcott, Lisa.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Makeup from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Brebner, Veronica.
  • 1998 won Best Actress from Academy to Paltrow, Gwyneth.
  • 1998 won Best Art Direction from Academy to Childs, Martin.
  • 1998 won Best Art Direction from Academy to Quertier, Jill.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Cinematography from Academy to Greatrex, Richard.
  • 1998 won Best Costume Design from Academy to Powell, Sandy.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Director from Academy to Madden, John.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Editing from Academy to Gamble, David.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Makeup from Academy to Westcott, Lisa.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Makeup from Academy to Brebner, Veronica.
  • 1998 won Best Musical or Comedy Score from Academy to Warbeck, Stephen.
  • 1998 won Best Original Screenplay from Academy to Norman, Marc.
  • 1998 won Best Original Screenplay from Academy to Stoppard, Tom.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Sound from Academy to O'Donoghue, Robin.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Sound from Academy to Lester, Dominic.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Sound from Academy to Glossop, Peter.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Supporting Actor from Academy to Rush, Geoffrey.
  • 1998 won Best Supporting Actress from Academy to Dench, Judi.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay from L.A. Film Critics Association to Norman, Marc.
  • 1998 won Best Picture from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Weinstein, Harvey.
  • 1998 won Best Picture from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Zwick, Edward.
  • 1998 won Best Original Screenplay from Broadcast Film Critics Association to Norman, Marc.
  • 1998 won Best Original Screenplay from Broadcast Film Critics Association to Stoppard, Tom.
  • 1998 won Breakthrough Performer from Broadcast Film Critics Association to Fiennes, Joseph.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay from Los Angeles Film Critics Association to Norman, Marc.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Director from Directors Guild of America to Madden, John.
  • 1998 won Best Supporting Actress from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Dench, Judi.
  • 1998 won Best Actress from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Paltrow, Gwyneth.
  • 1998 won Best Actress - Musical or Comedy from Golden Globe to Paltrow, Gwyneth.
  • 1998 nominated for Best Supporting Actor from Screen Actors Guild to Rush, Geoffrey.
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay (Runner-up) from National Society of Film Critics to Norman, Marc. Runner-up
  • 1998 won Best Screenplay (Runner-up) from National Society of Film Critics to Stoppard, Tom. Runner-up



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