Kennington Noir is a monthly film noir event at The Cinema Museum in London. The screenings cast a spotlight on some of the less canonical titles released during the classic Hollywood period, as well as films currently unavailable on DVD in the UK.
The next screening, on Wednesday 10 May, is Phil Karlson’s gritty heist thriller Kansas City Confidential (1952).
Further information and a link for tickets can be found here.
Forthcoming screenings over the summer include:
14 June: The Set-Up (Robert Wise, 1949)
5 July: Caged (John Cromwell, 1950)
16 August: The Bribe (Robert Z. Leonard, 1949)
Kennington Noir is co-programmed and hosted by Dr. Kulraj Phullar, who recently completed his PhD on good girls and goodness in classic film noir at King’s College London.
The screenings will be preceded by a selection of short films (mostly from the same year as the main feature) and introduction.