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The Blue Dahlia (1946) Film Noir, Howard Da Silva

The Blue Dahlia (1946) Film Noir, Howard Da Silva

shutterstock_45695053  © Kuz'min Pavel/Shutterstock  Pass the popcorn! Young and old, everybody loves movies. The influence of  the silver screen extends to other visual arts, too. Some talented  photographers manage to recreate the sweeping ambition of an old Hollywood  epic, the grit of a sexy film noir, or the bold pop of a modern summer  blockbuster. We're happy to showcase a selection of Shutterstock photos  shot in classic cinematic styles.  See examples in the great images below, and…

© Kuz'min Pavel/Shutterstock Pass the popcorn! Young and old, everybody loves movies. The influence of the silver screen extends to other visual arts, too.

DOUBLE INDEMNITY (1944) - Fred MacMurray - Barbara Stanwyck - Edward G. Robinson - Directed by Billy Wilder - Movie Poster.

Double Indemnity Fred MacMurray Barbara Stanwyck Edward G. Robinson Directed by Billy Wilder

“Film Noir”: The Elusive Genre by Richard Brody, The New Yorker, July 23, 2014

“Film Noir”: The Elusive Genre

“Film Noir”: The Elusive Genre by Richard Brody, The New Yorker, July 2014 Humphrey Bogart as Sam Spade

Double Indemnity (1944) I love this picture. The clandestine meeting at the grocery store incognito. They both look extremely suspicious to me.

Double Indemnity 1944 directed by Billy Wilder. Femme fatele Barbara Stanwyck seduces Insurance agent Fred MacMurray in the great film noir double Indemnity

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