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C.: Oct 11-24, 2019 NOIR CITY Xmas (San Francisco): Dec 18, 2019 NOIR CITY 18 (San Francisco): Jan 24-Feb 2, 2020 NOIR CITY Seattle: Feb 14-20, 2020 NOIR CITY Austin: May 15-17, 2020 NOIR CITY Boston: June 12-14, 2020 , a 1949 film noir produced by short-lived Eagle-Lion Pictures, is the latest restoration project of the Film Noir Foundation.The restored film had its world premiere in San Francisco on January 25, kicking off the 17th annual NOIR CITY festival at the Castro Theatre.According to FNF founder and president Eddie Muller, "NOIR CITY remains the only film festival in America in which 100% of the box office proceeds directly go to funding the restoration of films." Couldn't make it to San Francisco for the festival?Don't worry, NOIR CITY will take its show on the road with satellite festivals in Seattle, Hollywood, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Detroit and Washington D. You'll have a wonderful time and help to support the FNF's restoration efforts. More of Dennis' photo coverage of NOIR CITY 17 can be found on Facebook - the Usual Suspects.Muller announced the this year's ,000 FNF-Nancy Mysel Legacy Grant winner: Janine Winfree of the L.Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation/George Eastman Museum in Rochester, NY. Winfree screened for the appreciative San Francisco audience.The FNF's charitable grant, funded by the Mysel family in honor of the late film preservationist Nancy Mysel who supervised FNF restorations of , grants funding to students enrolled in film restoration and preservation studies.
Prior to the opening night screening, Passport (full series) holders were treated to an opening night reception including food, music and the chance to have their photo taken with FNF prez and NOIR ALLEY host Eddie Muller, courtesy of Turner Movie Classics who provided a special NOIR ALLEY backdrop and a photographer.
This year's program extended last year's chronological pairings of "A" and "B" from the 1940s into the 1950s, offering viewers a slate of films that tracked noir through the declining studio system and into a fresh cinematic landscape where noir was refashioned, both subtly and radically, for a new generation.
—a 1949 noir from short-lived Eagle-Lion Films, starring Lloyd Bridges and scandal-plagued starlet Barbara Payton.
NOIR CITY patrons were treated to an after-party at local bar Last Rites. NOIR CITY Annabelle Zakaluk performed two sets of songs from the "Golden Age of Noir", accompanied by her usual partners in crime, Nick Rossi and Mikiya Matsuda.
A portion of the proceeds of each Maker's Mark NOIR CITY cocktail special sold was donated to the FNF.