The 19th annual Arthur Lyons’ Film Noir Festival presents a unique opportunity for filmgoers to screen the films as they were intended to be seen. With beautifully restored 35mm prints on the widest screen in the valley, the festival offers an unparalleled quality cinematic experience in the Historic Camelot Theatre. See the schedule below for a complete list of films. The popular festival runs from May 10 – May 13


Thursday May 10 7:30 pm:  FAREWELL, MY LOVELY (1975)
Special Guest:  actor-author Jack O’Halloran. 


Friday May 11:
10:00 am:  LARCENY (1948) 89 min. Not on DVD!
1:00 pm:  THE TURNING POINT (1952) 85 min. Not on DVD! Brand-new digital restoration! 
4:00 pm:  THE RED HOUSE (1947) 100 min. World premiere of restored 35mm print! 
7:30 pm THE WEB (1947) 87 min. Not on DVD!
Special guest, author Victoria Price. 


Saturday May 12
10:00 am: CHICAGO DEADLINE (1949) 86 min. Not on DVD! 
1:00 PM:  THE UNSUSPECTED (1947) 103 min.
4:00 pm   THE MAN WHO CHEATED HIMSELF (1951) 81 min. (Restored 35mm print)
7:30 pm: WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION 116 min (1957) 
Special Guest, actress Ruta Lee. 


Sunday May 13:
10:00 am UNDER THE GUN (1951) 83 min. Not on DVD!
1:00 pm: KISS OF DEATH (1947) 99 min. Special guest, Victoria Mature.
 4:00 PM: FLAMINGO ROAD (1949) 94 min. 


Tickets are on sale now for the festival and can be purchased online or at the Historic Camelot Theatres box office. All access passes include entry into all 2018 Arthur Lyons’ Film Noir Festival screenings as well as the 2018 Opening Night Party. All screenings will be held at the Camelot Theatres inside the Palm Springs Cultural Center. For a complete listing of the films and show times please visit us online at
Farewell My Lovely
May 10 – 13, 2018
Palm Springs Cultural Center (Formerly Camelot Theatres)
2300 East Baristo Road, Palm Springs CA


Tickets Available Online and Box Office
Arthur Lyons’ Film Noir Festival
Founded in 2000 by the late Arthur Lyons, the Palm Springs Film Noir Festival includes an eclectic mix of Classic Film Noir “B” movies. The Festival, now in its nineteenth year, is owned and presented by the Palm Springs Cultural Center. Writer-historian Alan K. Rode is celebrating his eleventh year as producer and Festival Director.