It’s baaack . . . the 36th annual film noir series at Seattle Art Museum, beginning September 26 with “This Gun for Hire” and continuing on subsequent Thursday nights with “Leave Her to Heaven,” “Dead Reckoning,” “The Lady from Shanghai,” “M” (1951), “Two of a Kind,” “Shield for Murder,” “Kiss Me Deadly,” and the contemporary 1999 noir “The Limey.” In a rarity these days, all films will screen in 35mm. A series pass is $68 for nine films ($63 if you’re a member of SAM, NWFF, SIFF, or TheFilmSchool). This series usually sells out, and is a grand autumn tradition in Seattle — noir suits the fall, with its shadowy nights and leaves blowing across dark sidewalks. Tickets are available here, as is more information.