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

    In honor of Rampling's immense career and latest astonishing performance, the IFC Center will host a retrospective of some of her greatest performances.

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    Watch: Sidney Lumet's 'Twelve Angry Men' Tells a Silent Story

    Although obviously dialogue is crucial to Sidney Lumet's classic '12 Angry Men,' Filmscalpel's newest piece raises the following question: how crucial is it, exactly?

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    7 Great Film Debuts from TV Directors

    These filmmakers got their start on the small screen.

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    Exclusive: Check Out This Bizarre, But Captivating Poster For Documentary 'The Dog'

    John Wojtowicz, the infamous bank robber who was the inspiration behind Al Pacino's character in Sidney Lumet's "Dog Day Afternoon," is the subject for the upcoming documentary "The Dog." In honor of the film's upcoming release, we have this creepily awesome poster to share.

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    Seattle International Film Festival to Honor Quincy Jones with Lifetime Achievement Award

    Quincy Jones, the music producer who has been nominated for 79 Grammy's, winning 27, is being honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the San Francisco Film Festival (SFFF) for his contribution in the film and music industry.

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    Watch: Sidney Lumet’s 1955 Rejected TV Pilot 'The Challenge'

    It’s been over two years since Sidney Lumet left us, but what he left us with is an incredible body of work that spans six decades (be sure to check out our retrospective). From his first feature film “12 Angry Men” to “Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead,” which came out 50 years later, those who wi...

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