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Understanding Film Noir elements.

Understanding Film Noir elements.

Infographic: What makes a film noir? | BFI

Infographic: What makes a film noir? | BFI

Film Noir Teaser by Manda Kempthorne

Film Noir Teaser by Manda Kempthorne

Neo Noir by Leopold Fiala

Neo Noir by Leopold Fiala

noir | ... on March 8, 2013 By Edgar Chaput Friday Film Noir , Top 10 Lists

noir | ... on March 8, 2013 By Edgar Chaput Friday Film Noir , Top 10 Lists

How to be sure you are in a Film Noir

How to be sure you are in a Film Noir

Film noir femme fatale

Film Noir Research

Film noir femme fatale

Shelton Muller, Photographer: Film Noir Workshop

Shelton Muller, Photographer: Film Noir Workshop

Today, I am inspired by film titles of the 1920s and 30s. Although these titles were restricted to black and white, the typography speaks for itself.

Today, I am inspired by film titles of the 1920s and 30s. Although these titles were restricted to black and white, the typography speaks for itself.

The angle of the image is very well thought of, i also really like the shadow you can see which appears bigger then the actual man. - Indio roe

The angle of the image is very well thought of, i also really like the shadow you can see which appears bigger then the actual man. - Indio roe

Lauren Bacall in To Have and Have Not. The future Slim Keith advised on wardrobe. Better yet, she and Bacall became lifelong friends. KA

Lauren Bacall in To Have and Have Not. The future Slim Keith advised on wardrobe. Better yet, she and Bacall became lifelong friends. KA

Ella Raines lighting a cigarette, 1940s.

Ella Raines lighting a cigarette, 1940s.

Film Noir Todays hair & make up inspiration.

Film Noir Todays hair & make up inspiration.

Love this, the light streaming through is stunning.

Love this, the light streaming through is stunning.

film noir | Tumblr

film noir | Tumblr

Still from The Third Man, (1949) Director: Carol Reed;
Director of Photography: Robert Krasker;
Art Director. Joseph Bato

Still from The Third Man, (1949) Director: Carol Reed; Director of Photography: Robert Krasker; Art Director. Joseph Bato