The La Stella Foundation and Greg Olson Productions present Spellbound: The 43rd Film Noir Series

Multiple dates through Nov 30
Stroum Jewish Community Center
This is an in-person event
$15 - $90

Greg Olson, Seattle Art Museum's film curator from 1977 until the position's elimination in 2020, returns with Spellbound, the longest-running film noir program in the world. Olson's noir expertise has been long praised by local voices like film writer and professor Dr. John Trafton, who deems this year's lineup "exciting and refreshing," and journalist Charles R. Cross, who calls Spellbound "the best series in Seattle film history." Don't miss screenings on Wednesday nights in October and November; the series continues this week with Nicolas Winding Refn's stylish contemporary noir Drive.

Stroum Jewish Community Center

3801 East Mercer Way Mercer Island, WA 98040 Venue website

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