2000 in film

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The year 2000 in film involved some significant events.wikipedia
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73rd Academy Awards

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The 73rd Academy Awards ceremony, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), honored the best of 2000 in film and took place on March 25, 2001, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, beginning at 5:30 p.m. PST / 8:30 p.m. EST.

Dinosaur (film)

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Dinosaur was the most expensive film of 2000 and a box-office success.
The film grossed over $349 million worldwide, becoming the fifth highest-grossing film of 2000.

6th Critics' Choice Awards

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The 6th Critics' Choice Awards were presented on January 22, 2001, honoring the finest achievements of 2000 filmmaking.

Gladiator (2000 film)

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Domestically in North America, Gladiator won the Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Actor (Russell Crowe).
It was a box office success, grossing $187.7 million in the United States, making it the fourth highest-grossing film of 2000 in the US, and grossed $457 million worldwide, making it the second highest-grossing film of 2000.

Mission: Impossible 2

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The top grosser worldwide was Mission: Impossible 2.
Mission: Impossible 2 was released in theaters worldwide on May 24, 2000 to strong box office results, and grossed over $546 million worldwide, becoming the highest-grossing film of 2000, and was the highest-grossing film in the series for 11 years.

What Lies Beneath

The film opened in 2,813 theaters in North America, and grossed $291 million at the worldwide box office, becoming the tenth-highest-grossing film of the year.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000 film)

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The film grossed over $345 million worldwide, becoming the sixth-highest grossing film of 2000 and was originally the second highest-grossing holiday film of all-time behind Home Alone (1990), until both movies were surpassed in 2018 by the third film adaptation of the story.

Peter Steinfeld

After taking the NYU workshop, Steinfeld decided to pursue screenwriting with the eleven-page screenplay he had completed: "Even though I only had those 11 pages, my feeling was, 'I'm not sure if I'm any good at it, but I love this.'" He later finished the screenplay and sold it to Neverland Films as the 2000 film Drowning Mona, starring Bette Midler and Danny DeVito.

Lena Olin

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Olin and director Lasse Hallström collaborated on the film Chocolat (2000), which received five Academy Award nominations, and on Casanova (2005).

Meet the Parents

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2000 saw the releases of the first installment of popular film series X-Men, Final Destination, Scary Movie, and Meet the Parents.

Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer

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Jesse Bradford

Subsequently, he has had several notable roles in motion pictures, including Romeo + Juliet (1996) and Bring It On (2000), playing the romantic interest.

The Day I Became a Woman

The Day I Became a Woman is a 2000 award-winning Iranian drama film directed by Marzieh Meshkini.

Divided We Fall (film)

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Divided We Fall (Musíme si pomáhat literally translated as We Must Help Each Other) is a 2000 Czech film directed by Jan Hřebejk.

The Bench (2000 film)

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The Bench (Bænken) is a 2000 Danish drama film directed by Per Fly.

El Bola

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El Bola (English: Pellet) is a 2000 Spanish drama film, directed by Achero Mañas.

The Foul King

The Foul King is a 2000 South Korean comedy-drama film, written and directed by Kim Jee-woon.

Face (2000 film)

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Face is a 2000 Japanese film directed by Junji Sakamoto.

Sade (film)

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Sade is a 2000 French film directed by Benoît Jacquot, adapted by Jacques Fieschi and Bernard Minoret from the novel La terreur dans le boudoir by Serge Bramly.