A Rabbit's Foot #8 | Film Noir

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Launched at the Cannes Film Festival, issue 8 of the brilliant A Rabbit's Foot focuses on Film Noir and features a stunning cover shot by filmmaker and photographer Nadia Lee Cohen (who talks inside about her love of noir).


Inside you'll find profiles on Alfred Hitchcock, Humphrey Bogart, and Jeanne Moreau, and interviews with Paul Schrader, Ray Winstone, and Ottessa Moshfegh. Elsewhere Michael Hoppen looks at the photographic work of Araki, Weegee and Metinides, there's a reflection on the legacy of The Crying Game from director Neil Jordan and producer Stephen Woolley, and  an essay by Peter Bradshaw exploring the love and hate at the heart of Glenn Ford's Gilda.                                                                                                        


From the mind of producer, writer, and filmmaker Charles Finch, A Rabbit's Foot is a bookazine that takes a more cerebral approach in your interest in cinema and the arts.

Size: 180 x 255mm

Pages: 205

A Rabbit's Foot #8 | Film Noir | Colours May Vary