Dir. Nicholas Ray
Sc. Andrew P. Solt, Edmund North
Cine. Burnett Guffey
Prod. Robert Lord
Cast: Humphrey Bogart, Gloria Grahame, Frank Lovejoy
Based on the novel In a Lonely Place (1947) by Dorothy B. Hughes
About The Event
One of the essential film noirs, Nicholas Ray’s 1950 In a Lonely Place is based on a no less canonical literary source: the 1947 novel by author Dorothy B. Hughes, whom critic Sarah Weinman has dubbed “the world’s finest female noir writer.”
General Admission: $12
Senior Citizens (65 or older): $10
CUID Holders (advanced purchase*): $8
Four Film Package: $40
Full Festival Pass: $75
*Rush Tickets: Columbia students, faculty, and staff have access to free day-of rush tickets, pending availability. Head to the Lenfest box office 30 minutes before showtime for rush tickets.
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Image: Artwork for the 2023 Kit Noir Film Festival / courtesy of Columbia University School of the Arts