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Water Cooler: International Film Noir on Kanopy

There is still plenty of time to enjoy “Noirvember” with a seemingly endless cache of film noir to fill it, but don’t just stop at films made in the United States. Noir made a lasting impact on American filmmaking, but it soon spread to cinema around the world. This new cinematic style quickly became an international phenomenon.

Lawyer contends ‘Red Tails’ screenplay is his

An Energy Department lawyer with ties to Spokane is suing George Lucas, 20th Century Fox and other Hollywood bigwigs claiming they stole his screenplay for “Red Tails,” a movie about the Tuskegee Airmen in World War II. John Dudley alleges in a federal lawsuit filed late last year that Lucas, who was an executive producer of the 2012 film, co-writers and the director ripped 80 percent of their movie from a screenplay he’d registered with the Writer’s Guild of America in 1998. That screenplay was also titled “Red Tails,” a moniker used by the African-American fighter pilot group that flew in planes with rouge-tinted tails over the skies of Africa and Italy in World War II.

Spotlight: Bing launches two film series

The Bing Crosby Theater is kicking off two new film series this year. The Cinema Encore Series begins Saturday, with a screening of the James Bond classic “Dr. No.”

Spotlight: KSPS-7 set to upgrade signal

KSPS-7’s broadcast signal will be off the air Tuesday through Thursday to upgrade the public television station’s transmission tower. It will affect only people who get KSPS over the air. Those who watch the station via cable or satellite will not lose service.