One of Holywood’s only organic artistic movements. Film Noir, French for “Black Film” but known as “Dark Film” first applied to Hollywood films by French critic Nino Frank in 1946 and were unrecognized by most American film industry professionals of the era. A style of black and white American films that became prominent in the post-war era and lasted in a classic Golden-Age period until about 1960. They explored the darker aspects of modern thinking and usually set in a criminal milieu.
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Today, Classic Palm Springs shows up in the Film Noir Festival and is enjoyed by all who love the classic films of a bygone era. Founded in 2000 by late Arthur Lyons, The Palm Springs Film Noir Festival includes an eclectic mix of Classic Film Noir “B” Movies. Writer and Film Noir Foundation director Alan K. Rode, who is producing and hosting the festival for the sixth consecutive year, promises another fun-filled weekend of classic noir enlivened by special guest star appearances and introductions by noted film historians Check out the schedule so you can attend this year’s event.