February 11–17, 2022
Based on “Czar of Noir” Eddie Muller's recently re-published book "Dark City: The Lost World of Film Noir," the 2022 program will include films from all the finer Dark City neighborhoods—Shamus Flats, Knockover Square, Vixenville, Blind Alley and Hate Street, with stops at The City Desk, The Psych Ward, Losers' Lane, The Big House and other dark alleys.
Passes: $150 | $100 SIFF members
Individual Tickets: $15 | $10 SIFF members (Available on each film's detail page)
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Film Noir Foundation founder Eddie Muller will introduce screenings February 11–13. Copies of his book will be available on site for sale, with a book signing event on Saturday, February 12 from 5:00–5:45pm. Local noir authors and experts Rosemarie and Vince Keenan will take over as hosts February 14–17.
In advance of the festival, join us at Saint John's Bar & Eatery on Monday, February 7 at 6:00pm for our Noir City Pub Quiz hosted by John Trafton.
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USA | 1948 | 64 min. | Cy Endfield
February 12, 2022
With both cops and crooks hot on his trail, a framed reporter scrambles to locate a book containing the names of war profiteers and traitors in Cy Endfield’s inventive noir — newly-restored by the Film Noir Foundation! Presented on 35mm.