Beyond the live music lineup, Noise Pop 2011 boasts a great line up of film screenings and related events this year!
First will be the world premiere of This is Noise Pop on Feb 23, a documentary about indie rock via bands' Noise Pop appearances, followed by a Q&A with the director, editor and Noise Pop glitterati.
Also screening is a documentary about the ever-popular Jose Gonzalez called The Extraordinary Ordinary Life of Jose Gonzalez on Feb 23 and Look at What the Light Did Now, a film about Feist on Feb 24. Little Wings, the original author of the song "Look at What the Light Did Now," will perform after that film.
The much-anticipatedFamily Jams, a film by Kevin Barker about the 2004 tour of (formerly) San Francisco's own Devendra Banhart, Joanna Newsom and Vetiver will also screen on Febuary 24.
Other films on the docket include Pool Party, a documentary about shows at the unique McCarren Pool in Brooklyn, a film about Tom Ze called Tom Ze: Astronauta Libertado, and a fictional film called Ivory Tower starring Peaches, Feist, Chilly Gonzalez and Tiga.
The final film included in this year's Noise Pop will be Miroir Noir - Neon Bible Archives, the much talked about behind-the-scenes look at the making of Arcade Fire's acclaimed Neon Bible.
Get the full scoop as well as access to tickets right here!
And here's the trailer for The Family Jams: