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    Chalk - A Comedic Film Noir

    Thanks CaveGirl! We look forward to bringing you a great film! Feel free to share our film with your friends! You can follow us as well for all the updates: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Eric Whitten (Producer | Writer | Director)
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    Chalk - A Comedic Film Noir

    Classic Film Lovers, I would like to introduce you to my latest project, Chalk. It's a comedic film noir with all the classic film noir tropes and even more laughs. We pay homage to classic noirs, while bringing a fresh, youthful spin. A tongue and cheek comedy that touches on sensitive subjects such as gentrification, urban displacement, and self-identity. It's a city of chalk slowly being replaced by dry-erase. Our lead detective is trying to solve a string of murders that have left the city on edge. It's most recent loss, the celebrated mayor of Chalk City. The suspect, the mayors beautiful and shrewd wife, Mrs. Chalk. "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" meets "The Big Sleep" - Eric Whitten (Producer | Writer | Director)
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    Any suggestions for Nazi movies?

    Downfall is a beautiful German film that explores the experiences of the war from Hitler's point of view. It weirdly humanizes him in a compelling way. The acting is incredible. If you want something that stretches your thoughts, check this one out.
  4. Hello Fellow Noir Lovers, I always enjoy seeing new noir movies emerge and push the boundaries of classic noir archetypes. Because of this I've developed my own film noir and would like to share its story with you. Chalk is a short comedic film noir about a washed up detective looking for clarity in a world full of corruption, murder, and chalk. This film explores the cost of self-preservation. Set among a fictional backdrop, a city of chalk slowly being replaced by dry-erase, we explore the affect gentrification has on individuals by using comedy to approach this sensitive subject. You might be wondering why Chalk? Well, can you think of anything more black and white than chalk on blackboard? If I still have your attention then check out the film's website: You might just be surprised how much this makes sense. -Eric Whitten (Producer|Writer|Director)

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