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-[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/{{PAGENAMEE}}] [May 2007]+'''Brian De Palma''' (born '''Brian Russell DePalma''' on [[September 11]] [[1940]] in [[Newark, New Jersey]]) is an American [[film director]], best known for directing the [[Al Pacino]] classic ''[[Scarface (1983 film)|Scarface]]'', and the [[Academy Award]]-winning film [[The Untouchables (1987 film)|The Untouchables]]'' ''(for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Sean Connery)''.
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 +De Palma is often cited as a leading member of the [[New Hollywood]] generation of film directors, a distinct pedigree who either emerged from film schools or are overtly cine-literate. His contemporaries include [[Martin Scorsese]], [[Paul Schrader]], [[John Milius]], [[George Lucas]], [[Francis Ford Coppola]], and [[Steven Spielberg]].
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 +De Palma's artistry in directing and use of cinematography and suspense in several of his films is often compared to the work of the late [[Alfred Hitchcock]].
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 +Throughout the 1970s and early 1980s, De Palma worked repeatedly with actors [[Jennifer Salt]], [[Amy Irving]], [[Nancy Allen (actress)|Nancy Allen]] (his wife from 1979 to 1983), [[William Finley (actor)|William Finley]], [[Charles Durning]], [[Gerrit Graham]], cinematographers [[Stephen H. Burum]] and [[Vilmos Zsigmond]] (see [[List of noted film director and cinematographer collaborations]]), set designer [[Jack Fisk]], and composers [[Bernard Herrmann]] and [[Pino Donaggio]]. De Palma is credited with fostering the careers of or outright discovering [[Robert De Niro]], [[Jill Clayburgh]], [[John C. Reilly]], [[John Leguizamo]], and [[Margot Kidder]].
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 +De Palma has encouraged and fostered the filmmaking careers of directors such as [[Mark Romanek]] and [[Keith Gordon]]. [[Terrence Malick]] credits seeing De Palma's early films on college campus tours as a validation of [[independent film]], and subsequently switched his attention from [[philosophy]] to filmmaking.
 +==Filmography==
 +<nowiki>*</nowiki> Listed in order of release date
 + 
 +===Feature films===
 +;Directed by De Palma
 +<div style="{{column-count|2}}">
 +*''[[Murder a la Mod]]'' (1968)
 +*''[[Greetings (film)|Greetings]]'' (1968)
 +*''[[Hi, Mom!]]'' (1970)
 +*''[[Get to Know Your Rabbit]]'' (1972)
 +*''[[Sisters (1973 film)|Sisters]]'' (1973)
 +*''[[Phantom of the Paradise]]'' (1974)
 +*''[[Obsession (1976 film)|Obsession]]'' (1976)
 +*''[[Carrie (1976 film)|Carrie]]'' (1976)
 +*''[[The Fury (1978 film)|The Fury]]'' (1978)
 +*''[[Home Movies (film)|Home Movies]]'' (1980)
 +*''[[Dressed to Kill (1980 film)|Dressed to Kill]]'' (1980)
 +*''[[Blow Out]]'' (1981)
 +*''[[Scarface (1983 film)|Scarface]]'' (1983)
 +*''[[Body Double]]'' (1984)
 +*''[[Wise Guys (film)|Wise Guys]]'' (1986)
 +*''[[The Untouchables (1987 film)|The Untouchables]]'' (1987)
 +*''[[Casualties of War (film)|Casualties of War]]'' (1989)
 +*''[[The Bonfire of the Vanities (film)|The Bonfire of the Vanities]]'' (1990)
 +*''[[Raising Cain]]'' (1992)
 +*''[[Carlito's Way]]'' (1993)
 +*''[[Mission: Impossible (film)|Mission: Impossible]]'' (1996)
 +*''[[Snake Eyes (film)|Snake Eyes]]'' (1998)
 +*''[[Mission to Mars]]'' (2000)
 +*''[[Femme Fatale (film)|Femme Fatale]]'' (2002)
 +*''[[The Black Dahlia (film)|The Black Dahlia]]'' (2006)
 +*''[[Redacted (film)|Redacted]]'' (2007)
 +*''[[Love Crime#Remake|Passion]]'' (2013)
 +</div>
 + 
 +;Co-directed by De Palma
 +*''[[The Wedding Party (film)|The Wedding Party]]'' (1969)
 +*''[[Dionysus (film)|Dionysus]]'' (1970)
 + 
 +===Short films===
 +*''Icarus'' (1960)
 +*''660124: The Story of an IBM Card'' (1961)
 +*''Woton's Wake'' (1962)
 +*''Jennifer'' (1964)
 +*''Bridge That Gap'' (1965)
 +*''Show Me a Strong Town and I'll Show You a Strong Bank'' (1966)
 + 
 +===Documentary films===
 +*''[[The Responsive Eye]]'' (1966)
 + 
 +{{GFDL}}

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Brian De Palma (born Brian Russell DePalma on September 11 1940 in Newark, New Jersey) is an American film director, best known for directing the Al Pacino classic Scarface, and the Academy Award-winning film The Untouchables (for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Sean Connery).

De Palma is often cited as a leading member of the New Hollywood generation of film directors, a distinct pedigree who either emerged from film schools or are overtly cine-literate. His contemporaries include Martin Scorsese, Paul Schrader, John Milius, George Lucas, Francis Ford Coppola, and Steven Spielberg.

De Palma's artistry in directing and use of cinematography and suspense in several of his films is often compared to the work of the late Alfred Hitchcock.

Throughout the 1970s and early 1980s, De Palma worked repeatedly with actors Jennifer Salt, Amy Irving, Nancy Allen (his wife from 1979 to 1983), William Finley, Charles Durning, Gerrit Graham, cinematographers Stephen H. Burum and Vilmos Zsigmond (see List of noted film director and cinematographer collaborations), set designer Jack Fisk, and composers Bernard Herrmann and Pino Donaggio. De Palma is credited with fostering the careers of or outright discovering Robert De Niro, Jill Clayburgh, John C. Reilly, John Leguizamo, and Margot Kidder.

De Palma has encouraged and fostered the filmmaking careers of directors such as Mark Romanek and Keith Gordon. Terrence Malick credits seeing De Palma's early films on college campus tours as a validation of independent film, and subsequently switched his attention from philosophy to filmmaking.

Contents

Filmography

* Listed in order of release date

Feature films

Directed by De Palma
Co-directed by De Palma

Short films

  • Icarus (1960)
  • 660124: The Story of an IBM Card (1961)
  • Woton's Wake (1962)
  • Jennifer (1964)
  • Bridge That Gap (1965)
  • Show Me a Strong Town and I'll Show You a Strong Bank (1966)

Documentary films




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