Noir City Film Festival January 22-31

The 8th annual San Francisco Film Noir Festival starts on January 22nd at the Castro Theater. Films in the program includes:

Cry Danger (restored)

Walk a Crooked Mile

Armoured Car Robbery

Red Light

Pitfall

Niagara

Larceny

The Postman Always Rings Twice

Odd’s Against Tomorrow

Women’s Prison

He Ran All the Way

Pickup on South Street

Human Desire

A Place in the Sun

  ….and more!

6 comments on “Noir City Film Festival January 22-31

  1. Dave says:

    I’d love to be able to see Cry Danger, which is a noir that I haven’t yet seen or tracked down a copy of.

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    • John Greco says:

      I have not seen it either, Dave. A tough one to find. There are a few others I want to find especially two by Siodmak, Fly by Night and Deported.

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  2. Sam Juliano says:

    Well, I haven’t seen CRY DANGER either, nor RED LIGHT and a few others. I know the Castro is the film noir mecca, and this festival is an annual convention for genre lovers from all over. It’s really a major venue, and I can only dream of being there. I know Eddie Muller is the major player.

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  3. Judy says:

    Sounds like a wonderful festival – I’d especially love to see The Postman Always Rings Twice on the big screen. Still with Garfield, I was given a DVD of ‘He Ran All the Way’ for Christmas, but haven’t watched it yet.

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    • John Greco says:

      Judy,
      “He Ran all the Way” is a good film. Garfield was one of the greats. And yes, it would be great to see “Postman” on the big screen.

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