Tickets for the 2014 NOIR CITY at San Francisco's Castro Theatre will be available through Brown Paper Tickets. Patrons will also be able to purchase tickets for the same low price at the Castro box office on the day of show.
Planning ahead for NOIR CITY 12?
If you're an out-of-towner looking for lodging in the City by the Bay or you're a local looking to turn a night at the festival into a romantic getaway, our friends at the Prescott Hotel have an offer you can't refuse—a special nightly rate of $155 per night (before taxes) exclusively for NC12 attendees. This boutique hotel, located only two blocks from Union Square and housed in the city's original Press Club, possesses a vintage feel and is only a short ride by Metro or taxi from the Castro Theatre. The Prescott will be providing classic film noir entertainment to its guests at their nightly wine hour throughout the festival as well as a 20% discount on meals at the adjacent (and acclaimed) Postrio restaurant. Follow our direct link for more information or to book a room at the special NOIR CITY rate.
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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