Film Noir Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. 19th Annual Noir City Film Festival Opens in Hollywood March 24thRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2017 | Laura's Miscellaneous Musings

    The 19th Annual Noir City Hollywood festival opens at the Egyptian Theatre next Friday evening, March 24th. The festival will follow last year's format, taking place over ten consecutive days, concluding on April 2nd.


  2. Hitchcock and Truffaut in Conversation on the Art and Craft of StorytellingRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2017 | Sports of Yore

    In June 1962, French screenwriter, director, producer and actor FranA ois Truffaut wrote a letter to Alfred Hitchcock asking whether he might interview him in depth about his life and career. Truffaut proposed they meet to talk for a week of all day interviews.


  3. The Official Guide to Movie Crying: Analyzing Every Type of Tear ShedRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2017 | E! Online

    There's crying, and then there's movie crying . For whatever reason, there's truly no environment better situated for blubbering than being seated in front of a screen.


  4. The Criterion Collection Adds Straw Dogs, The Lodger, and The...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2017 |

    ... Mizoguchi in making the film (Blu-ray only) Legendary director Nicholas Ray began his career with this lyrical film noir, the first in a series of existential genre films overflowing with sympathy for America's outcasts and underdogs. When the ...


  5. Kate Beckinsale steps out with daughter Lily, 18Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | Daily Mail

    The British beauty, 43, rocked skintight leggings tucked into black boots paired with a baggy gray tank top for her outing. English beauty: Kate Beckinsale, 43, put her leggy figure on display as she stepped out in skintight leggings tucked into boots and a tank top in Beverly Hills on Wednesday Kate carried a backpack over her shoulders and a cell phone in one hand as she strolled through a parking lot.


  6. Broadway darling Kristin Chenoweth performs with UMW Philharmonic OrchestraRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 |

    Singer and actress Kristin Chenoweth will perform a soldout concert with the University of Mary Washington Philharmonic Orchestra on Saturday at Dodd Auditorium. Singer and actress Kristin Chenoweth will perform a soldout concert with the University of Mary Washington Philharmonic Orchestra on Saturday at Dodd Auditorium.


  7. Crooks, Dicks, and Femme Fatales in Cinema 21's Noir SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | The Pordland Mercury

    ... darker undercurrents, the hangovers of wartime, couldn't be fully eradicated, especially from the cinema screen. Film noir-less a genre than a style-emerged in the form of twisted tales about crooks, dicks, and femme fatales. Unlike the breezy ...


  8. 'Five Came Back': TV ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2017 | Hollywood Reporter

    Mark Harris' book about the experiences of five major Hollywood directors during and after World War II is adapted into a three-part Netflix documentary. How many active American film directors have served in the military? Clint Eastwood, Oliver Stone...if there are others, they've kept it a pretty good secret.


  9. Movie review: Lofty ambitions of 'The Sense of an Ending' falls shortRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | Genesee Country Express

    And in parts of this plodding drama about a sexagenarian Brit in search of closure for youthful misdeeds, you'd swear that's exactly what he's doing. But you'd be bored, too - if burdened with a moribund script by Nick Payne that sucks much of the life out of the prize-winning source novel by Julian Barnes.


  10. Stardom a long struggle for actress Joan CrawfordRead the original story

    Mar 15, 2017 | The Clifton Record Online

    At the Academy Awards on Mar. 14, 1945, Joan Crawford took home the "Best Actress" Oscar for her sixty-eighth motion picture Mildred Pierce.


  11. The Most Visible Star: Marilyn Monroe's Acting TalentRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | Film School Rejects

    In Richard Dyer's book Heavenly Bodies: Film Stars and Society , he writes that Marilyn Monroe was "the most visible star": an actress whose life was put on display, and remains so over 50 years after her death. She is one of the most iconic Hollywood stars of all time, her face instantly recognizable to even those who have never seen any of her movies.


  12. Where 'Feud' fans can go to get more Joan CrawfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2017 | Dallas Morning News

    Are you transfixed by Feud ? So are we . Here are the makings of a Joan Crawford gift bag to keep you sated.


  13. Stardom a long struggle for Joan CrawfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2017 | Free Press

    Life was a struggle from the start for Lucille Fay LeSueur born in San Antonio in either 1904, 1905 or 1906. Shortly after giving birth, Anna LeSueur moved with her new baby and a son, who was not much older, to Lawton, Oklahoma, where she had friends and kinfolks.


  14. Things to Do Film: March 10-16Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2017 | The Pordland Mercury

    Before I Fall Before I Fall hits the necessary marks for a teen movie: It's got a sophisticated enough conceit adults will like, an actor who can emote , and a good soundtrack . I was thoroughly sold on its Groundhog Day gambit almost all the way through, although the movie's ethos definitely holds a teenage girl to a higher moral standard than Bill Murray, which seems unfair.


  15. Anton Yelchin Short Rise, Which Was Written by Marcus Dunstan and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2017 |

    It's still very sad to think that Anton Yelchin isn't with us anymore. His tragic passing in June of last year stunned the entire film community, from those who followed his career early on to those who appreciated him in later films, such as the Star Trek reboots, Odd Thomas, Charlie Bartlett , or last year's fantastic Green Room .


  16. Today in History: Joan Crawford's Oscar, Bel Powley's Rise, Loretta Young's EmmyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2017 |

    Director Morton DaCosta was born in Philly. Though most of his career was on the stage he did direct three features: Auntie Mame, The Music Man, and Island of Love , the first two of which were Best Picture nominees! The game "Monopoly" was invented -remember that time when it seemed like every "brand" was going to become a movie and Ridley Scott was going to make this one ? Character actor John Heard is born.


  17. Feud Loves Difficult White WomenRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2017 | MTV

    There are plenty of viewing-party invites to go around when a new Ryan Murphy series is about to debut. After all, Murphy is the patron saint of Gay Men with a Predilection for Divas, Drama, and Dinner Parties.


  18. sunset blvd.Read the original story

    Mar 6, 2017 | Steven Rubio's Online Life

    ... was due to the ageist bias of my youth. Which is not to say that Norma is no longer scary. The movie is called a film noir, but her mansion is straight out of horror movies, and she is the monster of the house. Whatever sympathy we feel for Norma ...


  19. Author reveals the noir of Jewish history in the works of writers, filmmakersRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2017 | New Jersey Jewish News

    ... filmmakers frequently used noir, from Billy Wilder in "Double Indemnity"; Otto Preminger, who helped establish film noir with his 1944 movie "Laura"; to Stanley Kubrick and his troubling "A Clockwork Orange." A trend that began in the early days of ...


  20. This season on Feud: Bette and JoanRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2017 | OhNoTheyDidnt

    That part when they were discussing makeup reminded me of a chapter I read for class about glamour lighting in older films. Women always had to be beautiful no matter what the scene was so they were almost always lit glamorously, even if it didn't make sense.