NOIR CITY E-Mag No. 29

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In one of the last Film Noir Foundation public events before the Coronavirus curtain dropped in March, Eddie Muller hosted an evening with multifaceted writer-director David Mamet at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica, CA, as part of NOIR CITY: HOLLYWOOD 2020. The latest issue of the NOIR CITY e-mag (#29) shares the highlights from this spirited conversation between Muller and the filmmaker he introduced as "America's greatest living storyteller." Adding depth to the issue's Mamet storyline are writings from Ray Banks, Jake Hinkson and Vince Keenan.

Stellar contributions, among many, this quarter from the e-mag's all-star bullpen include: Imogen Sara Smith on film noir in post-WWII Japan, Jake Hinkson reveals actress Elsa Lanchester's contributions to film noir, and Brian Light provides the Book vs. Film comparison of Odds Against Tomorrow.

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NOIR CITY Annual

NOIR CITY Annual #12

2020's NOIR CITY Annual 12, the best of the best from the Film Noir Foundation's 2019 quarterly NOIR CITY e-magazines, is another home run—essays, interviews, profiles, tributes, and reviews of classic and modern noir films from today's top writers—among them Jake Hinkson, Ray Banks, Vince Keenan, Alan K. Rode, Steve Kronenberg, John Wranovics, Sharon Knolle, D.A. Kolodenko, Lisa Lieberman, 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 12, you'll be helping fund the non-profit foundation's film restoration efforts. e-magazines. PURCHASE AT AMAZON

NOIR CITY E-mag Excerpts

FROM NOIR CITY E-MAG NO. 28

Second Wind: The Reinvention of Jose Giovanni

SECOND WIND
Imogen Sara Smith delves into the criminal past of French novelist, screenwriter and director, José Giovanni. Did he deserve what he claimed for himself regarding his crimes, "forgiveness and oblivion"? READ

Zachary Scott's Gilded Cage

ZACHARY SCOTT'S GILDED CAGE
Farran Smith examines Scott's career playing morally corrupt, posh men determined to keep themselves in the style they felt entitled to and the affect this type casting had on Scott professionally and personally. READ

Noir or not: Black Caesar

NOIR…OR NOT?

Steve Kronenberg disputes the labeling of 1973's Black Caesar as a 'blaxploation'. He examines the influences on writer/producer/director Larry Cohen's film from the classic era of Hollywood as well as contemporary crime pictures. READ

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