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Film Noir describes a type of American cinema narrative that developed prior to World War II. This film series, hosted by Prof. Gary Zaro, will explore how this  American style and genre of film, originating in filming styles developed by European filmmakers of the 1920’s and 1930’s and then emerged in the U.S. and later came to influence film-making around the world. Join us for great motion picture storytelling that will lure you, enthrall you and make your summer sizzle!
Every Friday at 3:00 p.m. at the Desert Foothills Library from July 12 to August 2, 2019 film series host Prof. Gary Zaro will make your summer more beguiling sensational with the classic Films Noirs:
Ride the Pink Horse
Dir. Robert Montgomery
1947, U.S., 101 minutes
on July 12, 2019
Diabolique
Dir. H.G. Clouzot
1955, France, 117 minutes
on July 19, 2019
The Third Man
Dir. Carol Reed
1949, U.K,, 93 minutes
on July 26, 2019
Drunken Angel
Dir. Akira Kurosawa
1948, Japan, 102 minutes
on August 2, 2019