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Poll: Greatest Sibling Filmmaking Legacies

April 10th is National Sibling Day, in honor of the day, we celebrate the greatest sibling filmmakers in cinema history.

Which group of filmmaking siblings* do you think has made the greatest mark on cinematic history with their collective body of work? * excludes sibling groups whose main contributions has been as actors/actresses

Discuss the topic here.

Make Your Choice

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    Ethan Coen and Joel Coen in A Serious Man (2009)

    Coen Brothers: Joel and Ethan
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    Auguste Lumière and Louis Lumière

    Luminère Brothers: Auguste and Louis

    * The brothers were pioneering filmmakers, innovators and inventors of motion pictures and the first practical photographic colour process.

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    Albert Warner, Harry M. Warner, Jack L. Warner, and Sam Warner in American Masters (1985)

    Warner Brothers: Jack, Harry, Sam and Albert

    * Co-Founders Warner Brothers Studio, which would became a major studio under Jack's leadership

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    Jim Carrey, Keenen Ivory Wayans, Marlon Wayans, Tommy Davidson, Kim Wayans, and Shawn Wayans at an event for In Living Color (1990)

    Wayans Siblings: Keenen Ivory, Marlon, Shawn, Damon, Dwayne, Kim, Diedre, Nadia, Elvira and Vonnie
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    Harvey Weinstein and Bob Weinstein at an event for Gangs of New York (2002)

    Weinstein Brothers: Harvey and Bob
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    Marty Krofft and Sid Krofft in Land of the Lost (2009)

    Kroft Bothers: Sid and Marty
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    Bobby Farrelly and Peter Farrelly in Fever Pitch (2005)

    Farrelly Brothers: Peter and Bobby
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    Albert Hughes and Allen Hughes at an event for The Book of Eli (2010)

    Hughes Brothers: Allen and Albert
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    Lilly Wachowski and Lana Wachowski in The Matrix (1999)

    Wachowski Siblings: Lilly and Lana aka Andy and Larry
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    Jim Abrahams, David Zucker, and Jerry Zucker in Airplane! (1980)

    ZAZ Zucker Brothers: Jerry, David and Jim Abrahams
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    Sofia Coppola and Roman Coppola at an event for Mozart in the Jungle (2014)

    Coppola Siblings: Sofia and Roman
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    Oxide Chun Pang and Danny Pang in The Messengers (2007)

    Pang Brothers: Danny and Oxide
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    Paolo Taviani and Vittorio Taviani in Caesar Must Die (2012)

    Taviani Brothers: Paolo and Vittorio
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    Pedro Almodóvar and Agustín Almodóvar in Talk to Her (2002)

    Almodóvar Brothers: Agustín and Pedro
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    Winona Ryder, Matt Duffer, and Ross Duffer in Stranger Things (2016)

    Duffer Brothers: Matt and Ross

    Added 10 January 2017

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    Walt Disney with Roy Disney, 1960s

    Disney Brothers: Walt and Roy

    Co-Founders Disney Bros. Studio

    Added 25 June 2017

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    Ridley Scott and Tony Scott

    Scott Brothers: Ridley and Tony

    Co-Founders Scott Free Productions

    Added 25 June 2017

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    Max Fleischer

    Fleischer Brothers: Max, Dave and Lou

    Co-Founders Fleischer Studios, primary animation competitor to Disney in the 1920's - 1940's, it lives on as Paramount Cartoon Studios.

    Added 25 June 2017

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    Jon Erwin and Andrew Erwin

    Erwin Brothers: Andrew and Jon

    The brothers are only sibling pair to have received an A+ CinemaScore, a feat they have accomplished twice. The co-directors' Woodlawn (2015) and I Can Only Imagine (2018) movies both received the rare top mark from opening night audiences.

    Added 25 August 2019

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    Jay Duplass and Mark Duplass at an event for Jeff, Who Lives at Home (2011)

    Duplass Brothers: Jay and Mark

    Co-Founders, Duplass Brothers Productions.Their production company is a significant independent player for two decades.

    Added 10 April 2021

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    Anthony Russo and Joe Russo at an event for Welcome to Collinwood (2002)

    Russo Brothers: Anthony and Joseph

    Co-Founders, AGBO a television and production company. The only siblings to direct a $2 billion box office movie and to be entrusted with some of Hollywood's biggest franchise productions.

    Added 10 April 2021

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