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Gothic thriller concludes Noir Festival in Hollywood

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  by Alex Deleon The 13th annual Film Noir festival concluded its edgy three week run at the hallowed Egyptian Theater in Hollywood on April 20, with the stomach churning identity theft thriller, "My Name is Julia Ross", (Columbia, 1945) starring Nina Foch in a memorable role as a kidnapped-for-murder blonde in an eerie Gothic mansion on the cliffs over the sea in Cornwall, U.K. While this is really more of a Gothic murder mystery than a pure noir, contract director Joseph...

Gothic Thriller concludes Noir City, Hollywood

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GOTHIC THRILLER CONCLUDES NOIR CITY, HOLLYWOOD, 2011by Alex Deleon The 13th annual Film Noir festival concluded its edgy three week run at the hallowed Egyptian Theater in Hollywood on April 20, with the stomach churning identity theft thriller, "My Name is Julia Ross", (Columbia, 1945) starring Nina Foch in a memorable role as a kidnapped-for-murder blonde in an eerie Gothic mansion on the cliffs over the sea in Cornwall, U.K. While this is really more of a Gothic murder mystery than a pure noi...

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Glamrock City: A Love Story

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A thrilling tale of the femme fatale, "ART ET DECES aka Glamrock City," written and directed by Christophe Kourdouly and Stéphane Jauny, screened at the Marche on May 19th. Produced by Antetime Production, the film is of two girls who in search of inspiration kill men to capture their last breath of life and create Art from Death for their next painting exhibition.  The film showed great emotion and an intriguing plot line that keeps your attention.  In a twist, the directors list...

Tamara Drewe by Stephen Frears

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Synopsis: Based on Posy Simmonds’ much‐loved graphic novel, which in turn was inspired by Thomas Hardy’s Far From the Madding Crowd, this is a joyful but occasionally dark comedy about a young newspaper journalist torn between two lovers. Tamara Drewe’s childhood home is being sold, and her return to the rural Dorset village where she grew up causes something of a stir. Having left as an awkward teenager she returns as a smouldering femme fatale, kicking up a storm of envy, lust...

Restored print of Leave Her to Heaven to screen at San Francisco

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The newly restored 1945 film noir classic Leave Her to Heaven, directed by John M. Stahl and starring a searing Gene Tierney will have its Bay Area premiere at the 51st San Francisco International Film Festival (April 24-May 8, 2008), on Saturday, April 26 at 5:45 pm at the Castro Theatre with a reprise screening on Sunday, April 27 at 6 pm at the Pacific Film Archive. Nothing in cinema is more beautiful, more depthless, yet more impenetrable than the emerald eyes of Ellen Berent in Leave Her to...

DIRECTOR BRIAN DE PALMA TO BE CELEBRATED ON INTERNET RADIO IN JULY

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Sisters.Carrie.The Fury.Blow Out.Dressed to Kill.Scarface.The Untouchables. Raising Cain.Mission: Impossible.Femme Fatale.On Sunday, July 22,the Movie Geeks give the Master his due.BRIAN DE PALMAA spectacular 2-hour tribute to one of our greatest cinematic artists.Stay tuned for more details. Click on the names below to listen in on our special tributes to:AL PACINOandDAVID LYNCH...
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