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NOIR CITY E-Mag Spring 2016

The Spring 2016 issue is now available, featuring such stellar contributors as Imogen Sara Smith, Jake Hinkson, John Wranovics, Brian Light, Steven Kronenberg and more. View the issue's Table of Contents.

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NOIR CITY ANNUAL 8

NOIR CITY Annual #8

Here's the print version you've been waiting for—the best of the best from 2015's NOIR CITY e-magazine contributors. Add this volume to your collection —essays, interviews, profiles, tributes, and reviews of classic and modern noir films by Ray Banks, David Corbett, Christa Faust, Vince Keenan, Jake Hinkson, Terrill Lee Lankford, Kim Morgan, Imogen Sara Smith, and others, including Murder She Made/The Exceptional Career of Joan Harrison from editor-in-chief Eddie Muller. Book layout and design by Michael Kronenberg, of course. And, when you purchase the NOIR CITY Annual 8, you'll be helping fund the FNF's restoration efforts. → Now available for purchase on Amazon.com.

Articles from the previous issue

Our samples below are designed to drop you into a seething cauldron of pulp fury ... enjoy!

BOOK VS. FILM: LA CHIENNE VS. SCARLET STREET

Brian Light's comparison of Scarlet Street and its source novel, La Chienne (The Bitch) illuminates the difference in artistic vision (and vision of art) between novelist Georges de la Fouchardière and filmmaker Fritz Lang. READ.

WELCOME TO MARWENCOL: BEATING VICTIM LOSES MEMORY; COPES BY REFIGHTING WWII—WITH DOLLS. A TRUE STORY
Vince Keenan interviews Chris Shellen, producer of the 2010 documentary Marewencol, about her experience co-writing the book Welcome to Marwencol with Mark Hogancamp, the subject of her film. READ.

NOIR OR NOT: THE LAST OF SHEILA
Rosemarie Keenan argues that this darkly comedic, show biz satire-whodunit hybrid (penned by Stephen Sondheim and Anthony Perkins) is, at its black heart, a noir. READ.

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