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Buy Film Noir Posters [BEST] describes the film noir genre as follows: "A motion picture with an often grim urban setting, photographed in somber tones and permeated by a feeling of disillusionment, pessimism, and despair."OK, not bad...a good start.

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Wikipedia said this about film noir: "Film noir is a cinematic term used primarily to describe stylish Hollywood crime dramas, particularly those that emphasize cynical attitudes and sexual motivations. Hollywood's classic film noir period is generally regarded as stretching from the early 1940's to the late 1950's." That about nails it! Read more Wikipedia on film noir here.

Always a contentious issue between true film noir fans is when, exactly, was the golden age of the genre. We agree with the time frame described by the Wikipedia entry. There have been numerous films produced since that could definitely be described as film noir. Typically if the movie was made after the late 1950's it could be described as "Neo Noir". More recent examples would be "Chinatown" (1974), "Body Heat" (1981), "The Manchurian Candidate" (1962), and more recently the excellent "The Usual Suspects" (1995).

For us, movie poster fans the movie posters produced for these films are some the best designs ever done. Typical design elements of film noir movie posters are steamy images of gorgeous, sultry femme fatales and guys with fedoras and hand guns. Omnipresent were images of men and women smoking. In fact, one might say (running contrary to the folks who protest the images of actors smoking in films) that some of the best film noir movie posters have images of cigarettes dangling from mouths or nestled in the actors hands.

Original movie posters for film noir movies are highly sought after by collectors. Original film noir posters have garnered very high prices over the last ten years. Movie Poster Shop allows you to get the best looking film noir movie posters at an affordable and accessible price. We hope you enjoy our collection of "The 50 Best Film Noir Movie Posters EVER!"

We have compiled our latest category of the greatest movie posters of all-time. While many a film noir were made on very low budgets, the studios spared no expense when designing the promotional art. Leaving the world with some of the most beautifully and stunning poster art. This is why authentic vintage film noir posters are universally collectible, with some titles getting top dollar at auction or through poster dealers.

John Hazelton has been buying and selling original movie posters and lobby cards for over 30 years. This web site contains only authentic, original movie memorabilia. We stock over 10,000 original vintage hollywood film posters and lobby cards from the 1920s to the present. These are the actual theater-used advertising materials printed in very limited quantities and displayed when the film was released. We do not sell reproductions of any kind. Our inventory is constantly updated with new acquisitions; if you don't see what you're looking for, just ask and we will find it!

If you have a passion for a film, an actor, actress, director, or graphic arist. you can savor the passion by having the original movie poster on your wall. In some cases, a movie poster will strike such a chord among movie-goers that the original movie poster becomes highly valued by collectors.

The next film from M. Night Shyamalan, Knock at the Cabin, is set to break into theaters on February 3, 2023. Just ahead of the New Year, the storied writer-director has shared a new poster for the upcoming horror thriller film that sees the silhouettes of the story's four kidnappers surrounding the titular cabin.

Shyamalan serves as the director on the project as well as screenwriter alongside Steve Desmond and Michael Sherman. Shyamalan also produced the film alongside Marc Bienstock and Ashwin Rajan, with Steven Schneider, Christos V. Konstantakopoulos, and Ashley Fox executive producing.

Matt Villei is a Senior News Writer for Collider. Having a deep appreciation for the games, films, and books that he experienced growing up, Matt wanted to learn the inner workings of how these pieces of media were made. He graduated from Hofstra University with a Film Studies degree and a Creative Writing minor with the hope of one day making a game like the ones he grew up playing. When not writing, he plays some games, watches some professional wrestling, and spends some time with his two Golden Retrievers.

CONDITION C8. There are five small tears at the top edge of the poster, at the right-hand side of the top and bottom horizontal fold lines, two on the right-hand side of the bottom edge, and one small tear at the bottom of the left-hand side of the poster. The fold lines show some slight color loss, and there is a mark and smudge in the top-left corner of the poster. We can linen back this poster for an additional $80 upon request or by adding the service to your shopping cart below. We linen back posters in house, please allow a week for this service to be completed. For more information on linen backing please click here

The Film Noir Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit public benefit corporation created as an educational resource regarding the cultural, historical, and artistic significance of film noir as an international cinematic movement.

It is our mission to find and preserve films in danger of being lost or irreparably damaged, and to ensure that high quality prints of these classic films remain in circulation for theatrical exhibition to future generations.

As a focal point of the classic film noir revival, the Foundation serves as a conduit between film companies and repertory cinemas still eager to screen these films in 35mm. Revenues generated by ticket sales encourage studios film archives to strike new prints of films that are at risk of disappearing from public view, either through neglect or scarcity. Once these films are unearthed and returned to circulation, the chances exponentially increase that they will be reissued on DVD, available in pristine, affordable form for future generations of film-lovers.

For access to the best writing on noir available today, and to enjoy one of the most cutting-edge interactive multimedia cinema publications in the world, subscribe to NOIR CITY. Start by adding your name to our mailing list and then making a donation of $20 or more to the FNF.

Donors to the Film Noir Foundation will continue to receive the magazine in downloadable PDF form. Physical editions available only as separate purchases via for $14.99. All FNF proceeds from the sale of the magazine aid the FNF's mission of rescuing and restoring films!

For the latest in noir news from small screen to big screen and beyond, visit our news area. We'll keep you updated on Film Noir Foundation projects and events, film festivals and noir-related happenings in other mediums on our news page, as well as noir and neo-noir titles released on DVD and Blu-ray. Our Noir Now Streaming section will keep you up-to-date on noir-tinged entertainment. Check our monthly tv listings for noir and neo-noir films coming up on Turner Classic Movies.

ORDERING: Go to Click a cover to see the issue's Table of Contents and to place your order. Within 24-48 hours, you will receive an email link from WeTransfer (a file transfer service) from which you can download a PDF of your issue to your desktop or laptop. The subject line in the WeTransfer email will begin: sent you (your issue number will follow). Orders are not automated. Fulfillment of each e-mag is handled personally by an FNF staffer.

Surround yourself in a miasma of social media darkness: join us on Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter for a complete immersion in the world of film noir through film stills, posters, film clips, brilliant insights, and more. Maybe you'll meet a dangerous stranger along the way.

Each hand-printed poster features a stunning array of film noir ad blocks selected by Joe Bob himself from our one-of-a-kind collection of vintage ad blocks, and personally letterpressed by our dedicated master printer, cranking an original 1940 Vandercook press to create distinctive collectible prints celebrating cinema culture.

As for sources, arguably the best book on the topic of theatrical film noir posters from the 1940s and 1950s is The Art of Noir: The Posters and Graphics From the Classic Era of Film Noir, written and curated by noir scholar Eddie Muller. Published in 2014 by Overlook Books, it is essentially 338 pages of reprints of posters assorted in chapters defining studios styles, adaptations from novels, big stars names, master directors, foreign market styles, and the like. For anyone with a modicum of interest in the topic, that is the book to pick up, hands down.

A native of Montréal, Québec, Edgar Chaput has written and podcasted about pop culture since 2011. At first a blogger, then a contributor to Tilt's previous iteration (Sound on Sight), he now helps cover tv and film on a weekly basis. In addition to enjoying the Hollywood of yesteryear and martial arts movies, he is a devoted James Bond fan. English, French, and decent at faking Spanish, don't hesitate to poke him on Twitter ( _oh_Pop), Facebook or Instagram ( ).

Welcome to Film/Art Gallery, where you'll find thousands of movie posters for sale including exceptional movie posters and original vintage movie posters from around the world. If you're looking to buy movie posters, our movie poster collections contain everything from well-known classic films to rare and unique cult titles. We're located in Los Angeles, and if you'd like to drop by and view any movie poster, just contact us for an appointment. For more information about Film/Art Gallery click here. Thanks for visiting and browsing our movie posters for sale. Please enjoy the site - Matthew McCarthy, Owner. 041b061a72


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