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James Naremore

Film Noir and U.S. Intellectual History

This week, USIH is proud to take part in For the Love of Film (Noir), this year’s Film Preservation Blogathon.  The Self-Styled Siren Farran Smith Nehme (the formerly [thanks, Farran, for getting me up to speed–Ben] pseudonymous hostess of The Self-Styled Siren, a marvelous film blog) and Marilyn Ferdinand of the also wonderful blog Ferdy on Films host this Valentine’s Day (week, really) event to benefit the cause of film preservation. This year’s blogathon will benefit the Film Noir Foundation, which is raising money to restore a nitrate print of The Sound of Fury (1950).  Last year’s blogathon raised over Read more