Noir City 2009 Program

Blind Spot (1947)

Thanks to Dark Cty Dame for advance details of the program for NOIR CITY 7, the 2009 San Francisco Film Noir Festival, to be held January 23–February 1, 2009, at the Castro Theatre, and which will have a newspaper theme:

Friday, January 23
Deadline USA (1952)
Scandal Sheet (1952)

Saturday, January 24
Matinee:

Chicago Deadline (1949)
Blind Spot (1947)
Evening show (with Arlene Dahl):
Slightly Scarlet (1956)
Wicked as They Come (1956)

Sunday, January 25
Ace in the Hole (1951)
Cry of the Hunted (1953)

Monday, January 26

Alias Nick Beal (1949)
Night Editor (1946)

Tuesday, January 27

The Harder They Fall (1956)
Johnny Stool Pigeon (1949)

Wednesday, January 28

While the City Sleeps (1956)
Shakedown (1950)

Thursday, January 29

The Big Clock (1948)
Strange Triangle (1946)

Friday, January 30
The Unsuspected (1947)
Desperate (1947)

Saturday, January 31
Matinee:
Two O’Clock Courage (1945)
Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1956)
Evening show:
One False Move (1992)

Sunday, February 1

Shock Corridor (1963)
The Killers (1946) (newly restored)

Full details to be announced.

3 thoughts on “Noir City 2009 Program”

  1. I was just going to write that Alexander has mentioned a number of times that he’s gone to the Castro Theatre with his father to see a number of great classic films, but no sooner do I prepare to blog then I see he has beat me to the punch! Ha!

    I expect Alexander will have some fruitful and exhaustive reports and I join with the other film noir fans in reading about this fantastic festival.

    There are so many great films here–I would imagine ACE IN THE HOLE may be the “ace” of them all, but there’s so many. My colleague Allan Fish just reviewed ALIAS NICK BEAL, a tough film to come by at WitD.

    Kudos to you Dark City Dame for that fabulous info!

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