The Castro Theatre Hosts Eighth Annual NOIR CITY Film Festival – Starts Friday, January 22nd

The Eighth Annual Noir City, San Francisco’s film noir festival, starts Friday night at the Castro Theatre.

Get your reasonably-priced tickets here.

See you there! 

Complete sked, after the jump.

*Denotes a rarity NOT available on DVD.
Check the Program Guide for times, tickets and program notes.

Friday, January 22

PITFALL    (1948) Dir. André De Toth, archival 35mm print
LARCENY  (1948) Dir. George Sherman, brand new 35mm print

Saturday, January 23, Matinée

FLY BY NIGHT   (1942) Dir. Robert Siodmak*
DEPORTED   (1950) Dir. Robert Siodmak*

Saturday, January 23, Evening

CRY DANGER  (1951) Dir. Robert Parrish, newly restored*
THE MOB   (1951) Dir. Robert Parish*

Sunday, January 24

NIAGARA   (1953) Dir. Henry Hathaway
THE ASPHALT JUNGLE   (1950) Dir. John Huston

Monday, January 25

SUSPENSE   (1946) Dir. Frank Tuttle
THE GANGSTER   (1947) Dir. Gordon Wiles*

Tuesday, January 26

THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE   (1946) Dir. Tay Garnett
HE RAN ALL THE WAY   (1951) Dir. John Berry*

Wednesday, January 27

ONE GIRLS’ CONFESSION   (1953) Dir. Hugo Haas*
WOMEN’S PRISON   (1955) Lewis Seiler*

Thursday, January 28

RED LIGHT   (1949) Dir. Roy Del Ruth*
WALK A CROOKED MILE   (1948) Dir. Gordon Douglas*

Friday, January 29

SLATTERY’S HURRICANE   (1949) Dir. André de Toth*
PICKUP ON SOUTH STREET   (1953) Dir. Samuel Fuller

Saturday January 30, Matinée

INSIDE JOB   (1946) Dir. Jean Yarbrough*
ARMORED CAR ROBBERY   (1950) Dir. Richard Fleischer*

Saturday, January 30

HUMAN DESIRE (1954) Dir. Fritz Lang*
ODDS AGAINST TOMORROW
   (1959) Dir. Robert Wise

Sunday January 31 .

ESCAPE IN THE FOG   (1945) Dir. Budd Boetticher*
A PLACE IN THE SUN   (1951) Dir. George Stevens

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2 Responses to “The Castro Theatre Hosts Eighth Annual NOIR CITY Film Festival – Starts Friday, January 22nd”

  1. Burgos says:

    What?!? No “Double Indemnity”??

  2. sfcitizen says:

    I think they’re trying to show lesser-know noir that people haven’t seen as much, just my guess…