Tue, Jun 19, 2012 -- 10:00 AM
San Francisco in the MoviesDownload audio (MP3)
Some of the most memorable moments in film history have been shot in San Francisco, from Madeline's plunge into the churning water at Fort Point in Hitchcock's "Vertigo" to Clint Eastwood's Dirty Harry scouring North Beach for a serial killer. A new exhibit at the San Francisco Museum and Historical Society celebrates the city's role in the movies, both as a favorite location and as creative hub. What are your picks for SF's greatest moments on celluloid?
Host: Michael Krasny
- Eddie Muller, founder and president of the Film Noir Foundation which sponsors Noir City, the annual San Francisco film noir festival
- Jim Van Buskirk, author of "Celluloid San Francisco: The Film Lover's Guide to Bay Area Movie Locations"
- Miguel Pendas, board member of the San Francisco Museum and Historical Society and curator of the "The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of: San Francisco And The Movies"
- The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of: San Francisco and The Movies : a new exhibit at the San Francisco Museum and Historical Society
Also, please note that your comments could be read on air. We may edit them for clarity or brevity, and we will use only your first name to identify you on the air.