Konsept presents SUPERBAD Art Show + Screening // JUNE 5 9PM
SUMMER VACATION NIGHT! // FRIDAY JUNE 12 11:30PM
WATTSTAX: THE SPECIAL EDITION // JUNE 5 - JUNE 11
DARK STAR: H.R. GIGER'S WORLD // OPENS FRIDAY MAY 22
SHAKE THE DUST // SATURDAY JUNE 6 10PM
JODOROWSKY'S DUNE // MAY 22 & 23
PEE-WEE'S BIG ADVENTURE // MAY 30 1:30PM // PRESENTED BY THE BICYCLE TREE
ALIENS // WEDNESDAY MAY 27 & THURSDAY MAY 28 8PM
The Frida Cinema is a community-based, mission-driven, non-profit Art House theatre
dedicated to enriching, connecting, and educating communities through the art of cinema.
305 E. 4th Street, Santa Ana CA 92701
On Saturday, June 6, Lola’s Outdoor Retro Cinema at Sunnyside Cemetery, in partnership with Long Beach Cinematheque and The Frida Cinema, returns to Long Beach!! We’re opening this year’s series with a screening of the 1964 Beatles classic A HARD DAY’S NIGHT, kicked off by a live performance by Los Angeles’ premiere Beatles Tribute band, […]
This week at The Frida Cinema, join us for critically-acclaimed Spanish-language cinema from Colombia and Argentina as we present Spike Lee-presented Manos Sucias and Pedro Almodóvar-presented Oscar nominee Relatos Salvajes, screening May 8 – May 14! MANOS SUCIAS (DIRTY HANDS) Click here for showtimes and tickets. Winner of the Spike Lee Fellowship Award, this harrowing and intense […]
In anticipation of our week-long run of director Walter Dominguez' powerful and intimate documentary WEAVING THE PAST, OC Register Staff Writer Jackie Moe shares a wonderful article discussing not only the film itself, but how its themes may resonate for Mexican-American communities in Santa Ana, and beyond.
The Frida Cinema is so very excited to welcome Dennis Woodruff, and producer Keith Kurlander, for a special screening of their film OBSESSION: LETTERS TO DAVID LYNCH, as part of our week-long tribute to the legendary surrealist filmmaker, on Sunday, April 5 at 1:30pm. In the film, Woodruff himself stars as an obsessed actor stalking David Lynch, as he is convinced he is the One who should star in every single one of Lynch’s future movies. This surreal Dali-esque vision breaks new ground in L.A. indie cinéma vérité, and recalling Lynch’s Mulholland Drive, is itself a journey into the inner struggle of every actor trying to make it in Hollywood. A must-see for David Lynch fans!
This April 3 through April 9, things get strange at The Frida Cinema as we dedicate a week to the weird and wonderful films of one of the most celebrated and visionary filmmakers/artists working today, DAVID LYNCH. Plus – on Saturday, April 4, we open a new art exhibit – WILD AT ART – curated by Santa […]