Leo Tover is clearly a big name and could easily take a lot here in a mainstream noir context as well:
I WALK ALONE
THE WOMAN ON THE BEACH
THE SNAKE PIT
THE SECRET FURY
Fascinating obit on Hirschfeld at the above link. In a Lavine-centric version of a "lensman" fest, one might pick C-MAN and GUILTY BYSTANDER for the entries, but the sixties duo you note would be a top-notch double bill. Hirschfeld, who was self-taught as a cinematographer, was actually mentored by Tover, who only got to see his protege's initial breakout as a mainstream DP with FAIL SAFE before passing away.
Hirschfeld worked a lot with Larry Peerce in subsequent years after THE INCIDENT, but they had truly edgy material on only one other project, 1991's THE NEON EMPIRE.
Another interesting direction--fairly unlikely to be put into a mainstream noir festival but worth noting due to the inclusion of a Sidney Lumet film into the mix--would be to show THE PAWNBROKER with a more overtly Jewish-centric work lensed by Boris Kaufman, SINGING IN THE DARK. Given that Eddie and Alan will be making hay with the Mike Curtiz semi bio-pic next month at SF's Jewish Film Festival, this might make a good followup for them for a repeat visit in 2020.