NOIR CITY returns May 18-20 to the Alamo Drafthouse Ritz with 10 classic noirs.
"Film Noir from A to B" will take audiences back in time with a program of five genuine "A" and "B" double bills. The line-up includes the FNF's most recent 35mm restoration, Felix E. Feist's THE MAN WHO CHEATED HIMSELF (1950). The festival will also present Paramount's new digital restoration of Byron Haskin's I WALK ALONE (1947), the Library of Congress' 35mm restoration of William Dieterle's THE ACCUSED (1949), and our 35mm preservation of Cy Endfield's THE UNDERWORLD STORY (1950).
Czar of Noir Eddie Muller will host Friday's and Saturday's films. FNF board member Alan K. Rode will introduce the Sunday features, as well as sign… copies of his latest biography, "Michael Curtiz: A Life in Film."
I WAKE UP SCREAMING (35mm)
QUIET PLEASE, MURDER (35mm)
THE BLUE DAHLIA (35mm)
I WALK ALONE (new DCP)
THE ACCUSED (35mm)
THE UNDERWORLD STORY (35mm)
THE UNSUSPECTED (35mm)
THE THREAT (35mm)
THE MAN WHO CHEATED HIMSELF (35mm)