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A Rabbit's Foot Issue 8 - Film Noir

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A Rabbit's Foot is a British-based quarterly printed film and art bookazine, founded and edited by the film producer and businessman Charles Finch. Finch hosts the Oscars, Cannes, and BAFTA dinners and has long-standing connections to the film industry.

Established as an “insider’s look at the industry, from a current, historical and international perspective” with a premium, handmade feel, A Rabbit’s Foot aims to be a cerebral companion for those curious about arts and films, with a consumer-facing focus. Each quarterly edition is themed around a cultural motif (such as French cinema or Politics and Film) and contains interviews, essays and biographical writing around that chosen topic, alongside photography, behind the scene-images and film stills.


Issue 8: Film Noir explores the great directors, actors, and writers who continue inviting anti-heroes and femme fatales into their work, from master Paul Schrader, who offers a retrospective interview to photographer —and our cover star—Nadia Lee Cohen, contemporary directors Anurag Kashyap, author Ottessa Moshfegh and the actor Ray Winstone. All share their unique vision of Film Noir, and we have writing from the likes of Peter Bradshaw on Gilda, Natasha A. Fraser on The Killers, Michael Hoppen on three iconic photographers, and many more.

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