Here in San Francisco, it is just about time for Noir City, the annual film festival presented by the Film Noir Foundation. This year, the festival runs from January 25 to February 3rd. Even if you can't attend, a quick look at the Noir City program guide may be of interest. Ida Lupino, Van Heflin, June Havoc, and other familiar Suspense performers are all on the line-up.
Cornell Woolrich fans should take note that there will be a screening of a new 35 mm print of the film Night Has a Thousand Eyes on January 27th.
Another film of interest is Dangerous Crossing, which was written by Suspense's John Dickson Carr.
The film Hangover Square features the music of Suspense composer Bernard Herrmann.
(If you can't make it to the festival, Dangerous Crossing and Hangover Square are available on DVD.)