News from artist TERRI LLOYD…

“A life lived in silence is not a life.” Join us for a Friday night, June 6th screening of new dasring documentary AI WEIWEI THE FAKE CASE at the Laemmle Pasadena Playhouse Cinema, presented by the Haggus Society, with a special introduction from Terri Lloyd, artist & Haggus Society co-director!
Tickets, available Mon 6/3:
Join the Facebook event for more details:
The film will play at LA’s Laemmle Royal & Pasadena’s Laemmle Playhouse June 6-12 and in Laemmle Claremont matinees only June 6-7.

I’m told the ticket link won’t be live until Monday. Apparently they haven’t locked in the show time. It will be some time between 7–8 p.m.

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.
(Thank you)

Terri Lloyd
Credo Quia Absurdum


NOIR CITY—New Issue!


The new issue is out in PDF format. It  features some tough cookies in the “Brit Femme Fatales” cover story.

Here’s the LINK

It’s That Time of Year Again…


If you’re visiting San Francisco this month, don’t miss the 10th annual SF Film Noir Festival at the Castro Theatre (January 20-29). More here:

[The photo for the poster was shot in Dashiell Hammett’s restored apartment at 891 Post Street. Click on the image for larger view]


Enough Talk


Black and White… and Red

Zoom Street Photo

“…how do the many noir styles manage to reproduce themselves and at the same time evolve into different forms? In my view, the answer to this question lies in iconography or fashion as much as in camera technique.  A complete answer, moreover, involves the changing look of America itself.”

James Naremore: More Than Night: Film Noir in Its Contexts (University of California Press)


This “Updated and Expanded” edition is a must-have for fans of film noir.

Order it from Amazon


DADA Discs


Check out this Duchamp/Cage collaboration on Street Talk here.

Follow the dancing discs.


Depp Charge

Rum Diary

“Absolutely Nothing in Moderation.”

Sounds good to me. In theaters Oct. 28th.