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Film Club @ The Music Hall Loft

High Noon

High Noon

“The Western may be one of the few truly American art forms, and High Noon shows exactly how much potential it can embrace.” – ReelViews, James Berardinelli

Director, Fred Zinnemann
The favorite film of American presidents, High Noon features a marshall’s (Gary Cooper) stubborn need to face a gang alone, despite the warnings of his town and his new bride (Grace Kelly). The newly freed gang leader (Ian MacDonald), sworn enemy of the marshall, is set to arrive by the noon train…
Part of The Music Hall Film Club.

1952 • PG • 1h25m • US

About Film Club:

A new series every six months, we’ll be focusing on a particular outstanding director, genre, or artist. On the 3rd Tuesday of each month, we’ll show a film followed by a lively, participatory discussion. Curators Bill and Stella Pence, founders of the Telluride Film Festival in Colorado and the Music Hall’s Telluride by the Sea Film Festival, have chosen Great Westerns for July through December 2018 and director/playwright/performer Kent Stephens will be our host and guide.

A must for all Telluride lovers, film discussion buffs, and all-around cinephiles!

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