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You're the ones who make it possible for us to save and restore films like Cy Endfield's Try and Get Me! (1950), debuting at NOIR CITY 11. Do it for the love of noir—but also enjoy the thank-you gifts. Everyone who makes a (tax-deductible) donation of $20 or more and signs up on our mailing list, receives our NOIR CITY e-magazine! The FNF would like to thank the following companies for including us in their Matching Donation Programs: Microsoft, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Salesforce.com Foundation, Charles Schwab, Levi Strauss & Co., Merck and Google. If you are an employee of any of these companies and would like to contribute to the FNF, please make your contribution through your company's Matching Donation program. If you are not employed by one of these companies, and are interested in having your company match your donation, please contact the administrator of your company's Matching Donation program. Donate here and be a film noir savior!
The Spring 2014 issue of NOIR CITY features the men of noir. Carl Steward probes legendary bad boy Steve Cochran's flair for onscreen death. Steve Kronenberg's Deadly and Debonair Demons of Noir explores the demonic appeal of noir's "smooth operators" such as Robert Montgomery, Joseph Cotten and Francis Lederer. The magazine also takes a three-pronged look at Ray Milland, with essays on his roles in noir, his mean old man phase, and a book vs. film comparison of The Lost Weekend. We're also launching a new pictorial feature in m classic film noirs.
In the contemporary noir arena, Jason A. Ney plumbs the depths of "High School Noir" with his examinatithis quarter's issue, On the Set, a collection of behind-the-scenes photos froon of Brick and Veronica Mars. Ney also shares his conversation with Mars' Enrico Colantoni. Vince Keenan reviews television's latest stab at noir, Mob City, and Kelly Vance reviews the theatrical films Out of the Furnace and American Hustle. Plus there are all our regular features, reviews, and columns—including the latest news from the FNF, and our various columnists' two cents on what you can stream, read and drink at home.
The Noir City e-mag contains the finest and most fun writing on film noir in the world. The quarterly publication available as a PDF is available to donors to the Film Noir Foundation dedicated to rescuing and restoring film noir.. Go to Film noir Foundation...for subscription information.
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