Always tagging lightly along with the overwhelming musical side of the festival, the film side of Noise Pop appears modest in comparison. However, the choice and caliber of Noise Pop film is not to be underestimated.

The intricately-curated lineup pulls from the most recent and innovative of music-related film projects, representing another angle of creativity in Noise Pop’s efforts to pioneer the underground scene.

This year’s film lineup will be screened at the Roxie, Viz Cinema, Artists’ Television Access and the Mezzanine from February 24th – 28th. Read about the films in full and purchase tickets on the Noise Pop Film site.

Wednesday, February 24th:
Echotone“, Roxie Theater, 7 pm, $10
P-Star Rising“, Roxie Theater, 9:15 pm, $10

Thursday, February 25th:
Noise Pop Film Reception, Viz Cinema, 5:30 – 7:15 pm (meet some of the film directors and producers + free drinks)
Blood Into Wine“, Viz Cinema, 7:30 pm, $10
The Heart is a Drum Machine“, Viz Cinema, 9:30 pm, $10

Friday, February 26th:
Blood Into Wine“, ATA, 7:00 pm, $10
Downtown Calling“, ATA, 9:00 pm, $10

Saturday, February 27th:
“Unusual Heroes: John Darnielle and Lou Barlow”, ATA, 2 pm, $10
Woodstock: Now & Then“, ATA, 4 pm, $10

Sunday, February 28th:
“The Secret to a Happy Ending”, ATA, 2 pm, $10
All My Friends Are Funeral Singers“, ATA, 4:15 pm, $10
SF360 Film + Club: A Sneak Preview of a Film About Stephen Merritt and the Magnetic Fields“, Mezzanine, 8 pm, $15, 21+