Alan will co-introduce the classic Mexican film noir that will be presented by the Latin America Cinemateca of Los Angeles.
The Downtown Independent is a theater and cinema located in the Little Tokyo area of Los Angeles, California. The ultra-modern one-screen movie house shows independent films and holds special events ranging in genre from musical performances to rooftop fashion shows. source: Wikipedia
Address: 251 S Main St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: (213) 617-1033
More info about Latin America Cinemateca of Los Angeles here.
Alan K. Rode will co-host the 22nd year of film noir in Hollywood
The Film Noir Foundation Presents
NOIR CITY: INTERNATIONAL II
The 22nd Annual Hollywood Film Noir Festival
America doesn’t have a monopoly on swaggering gangsters, larcenous lovers, surly ex-cons, corrupt cops, and scheming femmes fatales. Six years after the first NOIR CITY: INTERNATIONAL—the Film Noir Foundation is at it again: presenting an array of classic films from around the globe, a wide-ranging, thematically cohesive immersion in a sordid world of sinister and sexy affairs—including the world premieres of two new restorations by the Film Noir Foundation! Yes, “It’s a Bitter Little World”— but for ten days and nights at the majestic Egyptian Theatre, NOIR CITY is cinema paradiso! The festival is programmed and co-hosted by Eddie Muller and Alan K. Rode.
For veteran cinephiles, it’s a chance to again experience cherished cinematic masterpieces in a bona fide movie palace. For those just starting their cinematic journey, NOIR CITY is the perfect introduction to a wide world of international filmmakers and stars, on the big screen, larger than life. The 10-day excursion travels through hot-blooded nightclubs of the Mexican cabareteras, neon-streaked alleys of Japanese yakuza thrillers, the stylish Parisian underworld, Italian palazzos hiding crimes of every social strata, a Kafkaesque Prague as envisioned by the Czech New Wave — even a rare serial killer film set in Nazi Germany made by Hollywood’s finest director of film noir, Robert Siodmak. Tour guides include some of the world’s most revered filmmakers: Michelangelo Antonioni, Andzrej Wajda, Julien Duvivier, Jean-Pierre Melville, Roberto Gavaldón, Jirí Weiss, and Masahiro Shinoda.
Source and more information, tickets: https://www.noircity.com/
Egyptian Theatre info: http://americancinemathequecalendar.com/egyptian_theatre_events