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IFC Center Honoring ’45 Years’ Star Charlotte Rampling With Eight-Film Tribute

IFC Center Honoring '45 Years' Star Charlotte Rampling With Eight-Film Tribute

Though Charlotte Rampling’s film career began 50 years ago, the stunning powerhouse actress continues to churn out astonishing work, collaborating with filmmakers like Woody Allen, Lars Von Trier and, most recently, Andrew Haigh.
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In honor of the actress’ illustrious career, New York City’s IFC center will be screening an eight-film celebration of the legendary actress, presented in conjunction with the opening of her latest film, “45 Years,” on December 23, for which Rampling has taken home awards at the Berlin Film Festival, European Film Awards and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association.

The series will run from January 8 – March 6 . Scroll down to see the full list of films. Click here to purchase tickets. 

“Georgy Girl,” dir. Silvio Narizzano (1966) 

“The Night Porter,” dir. Liliana Cavani (1974) 

“Farewell, My Lovely,” dir. Dick Richards (1975)

“Stardust Memories,” dir. Woody Allen (1980)

“The Verdict,” dir. Sidney Lumet (1982) 

“The Cherry Orchard,” dir. Michael Cacoyannis (1999) 

“Under the Sand,” dir. François Ozon (2000) 

“Heading South,” dir. Laurent Cantet (2005) 

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