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




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.


    • 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.


  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.


  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.


    • John Greco says:

      “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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