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Celebrate director Brian De Palma

Hear him speak about his legendary career with HamptonsFilm co-chair Alec Baldwin. Equally regarded as a leading member of the New Hollywood movement, the Master of the Macabre, and the heir-apparent to Hitchcock’s legacy as an unparalleled auteur of suspense filmmaking, Brian De Palma has held a singular role in American filmmaking for almost a half-century. After getting his start in the late sixties with a series of irreverent New Wave-esque satires, De Palma’s first major mainstream success: 1976’s CARRIE spanned to a directing career including SCARFACE, BLOW OUT, THE UNTOUCHABLES and MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE.

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