FILM REVIEW: “Vitija’s documentary humanizes Highsmith: she does not come across as various writers and theorists have characterized her as, namely odd or antisocial.”
Read More “Resistance to Conformity: Eva Vitija’s Loving Highsmith” by Melanie Marotta
At Film International, Jeremy Carr reviews Fernando Ayala’s The Bitter Stems (Los tallos amargos, 1956) from Flicker Alley: The imagery is not only its most strikingly noirish attribute, but it’s among the more dazzling of any film, of any genre.
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FILM REVIEW: “The combination of noir, suspense, and spiritual and fantastic elements prevents the film from being an ordinary inspirational piece.”
Read More “Flashbacks and ‘Second Sight’: The Ravine” by Ken Hall
Through our GoFundMe campaign, we seek to raise $5000 to cover costs for a virtual platform for our 2022 conference. Any funds raised beyond that will go towards future NoirCon events. Donations of any size will guarantee access to the 2022 NoirCon (limited to the first 400 contributors).
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