The world's most popular film noir festival, NOIR CITY, will return to the fabulous Castro Theatre January 25 through February 3, 2019. The festival program will be announced Wednesday, December 19, 6 pm on this site.
Skip the lines. Get a Price Break. Buy a NOIR CITY 17 Passport
As always, festival devotees will enjoy 10 glorious days and nights of noir-themed double features as they were meant to be seen, on the big screen, in one of America's greatest movie palaces: San Francisco's historic Castro Theatre. Secure your spot for all the fun with an all-access NOIR CITY 17 PASSPORT for $125.
This all-access festival pass grants the bearer:
✽ Entry to all films during NOIR CITY 17
✽ Separate passport holders' queue for early admittance to the theater for all shows
✽ Opening night passholders' reception (Castro mezzanine) beginning at 6 pm on Jan. 25,
Proceeds from the NOIR CITY festival help fund the FNF's restoration and preservation efforts year-round. This is your chance to have a smashing time AND preserve a valuable art form. The perfect holiday gift for the film lover in your family! BUY YOURS TODAY!
Passports are non-transferable. All sales are final. Patrons MUST arrive 20 minutes before showtime to be guaranteed a seat!
The Castro Theatre can be reached by the Muni Metro K, L and M lines,
as well as the F-Market Streetcar, and the #24, #33, #35, and #37 bus lines.
BART riders can transfer to the Muni Metro from the following stops: Embarcadero, Montgomery, Powell and Civic Center.
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