Join the Kiggins Theatre and our friends at Niche Wine Bar as we continue our Noir Nights film series pairing film noir classics with a pre-show tasting featuring three wines influenced by the films!
Niche proprietor Leah Jackson will be on hand to discuss the wines which will also be able to be purchase by the glass for your movie watching pleasure (and by the bottle as you leave).
Tickets to individual films are $10 and include a collectible ticket. The tasting for the three wines is $5.
Our next series features three films by the “master of darkness” director Fritz Lang!
First up on February 5th we have 1953’s THE BIG HEAT!
A melodrama of dice, vice and corruption. Glenn Ford stars as a rogue homicide detective who takes the law into his own hands when he sets out to smash a vicious crime syndicate and in the process finds who planted the car bomb that killed his wife. Also starring Gloria Grahame as the mol’s girl and Lee Marvin as a cruel henchman.
Then join us on March 12th for Lang’s 1944 thriller MINISTRY OF FEAR which was adapted from the Graham Greene’s novel.
En route to London after being released from a mental institution, Stephen Neale (Ray Milland) stops at a seemingly innocent village fair, after which he finds himself caught in the web of a sinister underworld with possible Nazi connections.
We conclude our Fritz lang trilogy on April 9th with the classic SCARLET STREET!
Edward G. Robinson stars as a middle-aged man who befriends a beautiful young woman (Joan Bennett) whose slimy fiancé (Dan Duryea) persuades her to con him out of the fortune they mistakenly assume he possesses.