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NOIR CITY returns to the historic Castro Theatre January 22–31, 2016. Passports (full series passes) and tickets to all the festival's double features are now on sale through Brown Paper Tickets. We will also be selling Passports at the theatre along with some brand new official Film Noir Foundation merchandise.

Skip the lines. Get a Price Break. Buy a NOIR CITY 14 Passport.

Secure your spot at NOIR CITY with an all-access NOIR CITY PASSPORT. It grants the bearer entry to all 25 films in this year's program at a discount of $24. Because the separate passport holders' queue allows early admittance to the theatre, you'll be able to grab a prime seat at all the shows—even on opening night.

And if that's not enough, there's also the opening-night reception at the Castro, exclusively for passport holders. All this for the incredible price of $120. Best of all, proceeds from the festival help fund the FNF's preservation efforts year-round. This is your chance to have a smashing time AND preserve a valuable art form. BUY YOURS TODAY!

SF MuniThe 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.

Bay Area Rapid TransitBART riders can transfer to the Muni Metro from the following stops: Embarcadero, Montgomery, Powell and Civic Center.


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NOIR CITY 13, January 16-25, Castro Theatre, San Francisco

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