An enterprising young Austrian actor/writer, John Reinhardt arrived in Hollywood shortly before the advent of movie sound to pursue a film acting career, but in his later years he made the transition to film directing where he left his mark on a handful of well made Noir films--two of which will be screened on this special evening of the 15th annual Noir City Film Festival.
The first movie is a new 35mm restoration of HIGH TIDE is a typical crime yarn which features a number of interesting film locations shot all over 1947 Los Angeles and is NOT ON DVD!!!
Also on the bill will be an ultra rare 35mm archival screening of CHICAGO CALLING which also captures some fascinating period early 1950's downtown Los Angeles locations including the pre-Music Center Bunker Hill neighborhood.
TICKETS: $11 General Admission or only $7 for Cinematheque or Film Noir Foundation members. They are available at the door or online at...
Parking: Street parking meters are only good for 1 or 2 hours, so the only real option are pay lots. The cheapest for only a $5 flat fee is located one block away at the corner of Selma & Cherokee--the rear parking lot of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church (just look for the $5 parking signs).