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Noir City Annual, No. 11


  


 : Noir City Annual, No. 11

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Binding: Paperback
EAN: 9780578418476
ISBN: 0578418479
Label: Film Noir Foundation
Manufacturer: Film Noir Foundation
Publication Date: 2019
Publisher: Film Noir Foundation
Studio: Film Noir Foundation




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2019's NOIR CITY Annual 11, the best of the best from the Film Noir Foundation's 2018 quarterly NOIR CITY e‑magazines, is an essential addition to any film lover's library-essays, interviews, profiles, tributes, and reviews of classic and modern noir films from today's top writers -- including Imogen Sara Smith, Jake Hinkson, Ray Banks, Vince Keenan, Alan K. Rode, Steve Kronenberg, Gary Deane, Nathalie Atkinson, Ehsan Khoshbakht, Monica Nolan, Ben Terrall, and Eddie Muller. Book layout and design by Michael Kronenberg. And, as with any purchase from the FNF, when you buy NOIR CITY Annual 11, you'll be helping fund the non-profit foundation's film restoration efforts. About the Film Noir Foundation: The Film Noir Foundation is a non-profit public benefit corporation created to educate and promote the cultural, historical, and artistic significance of film noir as an international cinematic movement. It is the foundation's mission to find and preserve films noir in danger of deterioration, damage or loss, and to ensure that high quality prints of these classic films remain in circulation for theatrical exhibition to future generations. Since its founding in 2005, the FNF has restored, through UCLA Film & Television Archive, and returned to circulation eleven 35mm films -- Cry Danger (1951), The Prowler (1951), Try and Get Me! (1951), Repeat Performance (1947), High Tide (1947), Too Late for Tears (1949), The Guilty (1947), Woman on the Run (1950), Los tallos amargos (1956 - Argentina), The Man Who Cheated Himself, and, premiering this year in 2019, Trapped (1949). Additionally, the FNF has funded fifteen 35mm preservation prints which have been returned to circulation as well -- eleven U.S. films and four from Argentina.





 



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