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    Nancy Savoca Donates Personal Film Archives to University of Michigan Library

    The donation will be part of U-M's Mavericks and Makers Indie Film Collection.

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    Lily Tomlin on 'Grandma,' 'Grace and Frankie' and That Time Robert Altman Punched an Executive

    As 'Grandma' opens this weekend, we sit down with Lily Tomlin, who reflects on life and career.

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    Watch: Robert Altman's Best Overlapping Dialogue ... In Three Minutes!

    While there are many trademarks that define his extensive body of work, Robert Altman's films may be most easily recognized through the director's unique approach to dialogue.

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    Daily Reads: How Paul Feig and Melissa McCarthy Built an Empire, an Oral History of 'Clueless,' and More

    Plus: The panoramic scope of Robert Altman's "Nashville," and the making of "Who Shot Mr. Burns?"

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    Robert Altman's Top 15 Films

    With a new Museum of Modern Art retrospective on its way to New York, we pick our 15 favorite films by director Robert Altman.

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    15 Must-See Modern Noirs (CLIPS)

    The noir since 1960 is like pornography: it's hard to describe, but you know it when you see it. With "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" in theaters, it may be time to tackle the question more directly. To paraphrase Paul Schrader, what is a (modern) film noir?

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    Watch: 50-Minute Robert Altman Documentary 'Made In The USA'

    Without a doubt, Robert Altman is one of the most influential directors in American film history. Always creative, innovative, subversive and prolific, he took chances and tried almost every single genre and narrative approach without sacrificing his distinct style until his passing in 2006. His com...

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