2013 NOIR CITY 11 PRESS
NOIR CITY in 3D — Lincoln Spector, Bayflicks.net
3D Noir — Michael Strickland reviews 3D Noir Night for Civic Center
San Francisco's NOIR CITY Film Festival Is Double Features, Plus — Jonathan Farrell, Digital Journal
Peggy Cummins Honored at San Francisco's Noir City Film Festival — Sean Martinfield, Huffington Post
San Francisco Film Noir Festival: NOIR CITY Heads to Castro Theatre — Robin Wilkey's preview features a slide show
NOIR CITY 11 on Hell On Frisco Bay — Brian Darr's extensive coverage on NOIR CITY 11
Saturday at NOIR CITY — Lincoln Spector reports on the second day of NOIR CITY 11 for Bayflicks.net
Noir Invades Castro — Tom Mayer's preview of NOIR CITY 11 inlcuding an interview with Eddie Muller for CineSource Magazine
Gun Crazy:: Peggy Cummins Brings Annie Laurie Starr Power to NOIR CITY 11's Opener — Interview by Marilyn Ferdinand for Keyframe.
Peggy Cummins and Gun Crazy at NOIR CITY 11 — Michael Strickland reports with words and photographs on NOIR CITY opening night.
NOIR CITY Day 2 Matinée: "Hell Drivers" and "Curse of the Demon" — Lara Fowler reports on the afternoon tribute to Peggy Cummins for Backlots.
NOIR CITY Film Festival Begins 10-Day Run in San Francisco — Rick Marianetti's NOIR CITY preview, SF Examiner.
Gun Crazy —Brian Darr raises the issues of Americans ongoing firearms obsession in his preview of NC11's screening of Gun Crazy.
Noir and Remembrance — NOIR CITY featured on Pulp International.
NOIR CITY 11: S.F. Film Noir Festival Starts Off a Little 'Gun Crazy,' with Femme Fatale in Person — G. Allen Johnson of San Francisco Chronicle interviews Gun Crazy star, Peggy Cummins.
NOIR CITY Festival at The Castro — NOIR CITY preview by Supreme Being, Stand by for Mind Control.
Be Afraid: NOIR CITY 11 — NOIR CITY preview by Tavo Amador, Bay Area Reporter
Out There — Roberto Friedman of the Bay Area Reporter writes about who else was up for the role of Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard playing at NC11.
2012 NOIR CITY X
NOIR CITY celebrated its tenth anniversary as the world's most popular film noir festival with a 10-day extravaganza featuring San Francisco treats, a Dashiell Hammett marathon, freshly preserved 35mm rarities, by-popular-demand encore screenings, and super special guest star ANGIE DICKINSON. Read more.
2011 NOIR CITY 9
NOIR CITY 9 audiences proved to be noir-nuts, packing the Castro Theatre for ten days and nights of wonderfully entertaining craziness. Loyal customers saw the ultimate payoff from their patronage: three brand new 35mm prints funded by the Film Noir Foundation: High Wall (1947), Loophole (1954), and The Hunted (1948). Read more.
2010 NOIR CITY 8
The 2010 NOIR CITY 8 at San Francisco's Castro Theatre broke its previous record for attendance. Many of the regular patrons declared that the 2010 edition of the world’s most popular film noir festival had the best “vibe” yet, as hundreds of loyal Bay Area attendees mixed with an amazing influx of out-of-state and international fans, in town for the festival’s duration. Read more.
2009 NOIR CITY 7
The theme of the NOIR CITY 7 running from January 23 through February 1, 2009, was Newspaper Noir, with many of the films set in the world of newspapers, publishing or radio. Programmers Eddie Muller and Anita Monga made a special effort to have NOIR CITY's nightly double bills reflect the traditional programming of theaters in the 1940s. Read more.
2008 NOIR CITY 6
Neither the brutally inclement weather, nor the traffic-stopping logistics of having Gus van Sant and (NC4 special guest) Sean P enn shooting a film right outside the theater could deter record crowds from packing the Castro Theatre during the 10-day festival spanning January 25 – February 3, 2008. Go here to read about the highlights of the NOIR CITY 6 including press links and photos..
2007 NOIR CITY 5
Held January 26 through February 4, 2007, NOIR CITY 5 saw more than 11,000 people attending the ten-day series at the Castro Theatre, establishing a new box office milestone for the festival. Go here to view NOIR CITY 5 photo and media coverage.