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TONIGHT'S (1/19) SCREENING OF REPO MAN POSTPONED
Tonight’s (1/19) screening of REPO MAN has been postponed until Friday, February 5th due to a high wind advisory sweeping the Orange County area.
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'WTF WEDNESDAYS' SERIES 'EPISODE 4: CLIMATE OF THE HUNTER,' FEATURING FRIDA WRITER ANTHONY MCKELROY
"A lovely adult melodrama about loneliness and the desire to connect and share our lives with someone," but... Vampire? Join Trevor Dillon and Frida Blog Writer Anthony McKelroy this Tuesday as they tackle Climate of the Hunter on the next edition of WTF WEDNESDAYS!
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HAPPY NEW YEAR! THE FRIDA LOOKS BACK AT 2020
We are proud to announce that in 2020 our organization presented 83 drive-in events, for approximately 17,716 guests. And we provided you with 161 diverse titles on our streaming platform. We thank the many wonderful host venues and film distributors who partnered with us to make this possible, and we thank every one of you who purchased a ticket, rented a film, made a donation, shared a social media post, or simply told their friends about our organization and events. Thank you!
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WATCH 'IDENTIFYING FEATURES' BEGINNING JANUARY 22ND -- WINNER OF TODAY'S IFP GOTHAM AWARD FOR BEST INTERNATIONAL FEATURE!
On Friday, January 22nd, we are proud to welcome writer-director's Fernanda Valadez' acclaimed new film Identifying Features (Sin señas particulares) to our catalog of streaming on-demand titles -- recognized today by IFP Gotham Awards as 2020's Best International Feature Film! "A confident, accomplished and distinctive feature directorial debut.” – Dennis Harvey, Variety “Speaks volumes of the boundaries of the human heart and of the undeniable qualities of this director, who should be watched with interest.” – Fabien Lemercier, Cineuropa “Combines stunning cinematography, evocative sound design and hints of magical realism to create a visionary work of devastating power." – Anjana Janardhan, Sight & Sound “A vivid, sun-scorched portrait of a country in crisis.” – Alex Saleviev, Film Threat “Speaks volumes of the boundaries of the human heart.” – Fabien Lemercier, Cineuropa “On every level, this is impressively accomplished cinema.” – Wendy Ide, Screen Daily "Poignant. A moving familial love story.
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EXPERIENCE 'WOLFWALKERS' ON THE BIG SCREEN THIS SATURDAY, JANUARY 9TH -- OSCAR'S TOP CONTENDER FOR BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM!
Join us at the baseball diamond at Anaheim's Zion Lutheran Church & School this Saturday, January 9th as we present one of the most acclaimed animated films of recent years, Wolfwalkers! Widely considered to be a front-runner for this year's Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, receiving stronger reviews than even Pixar's two 2020 entries, Wolfwalkers has already taken home awards from AFI Fest 2020 (Narrative Feature, Audience Award); Boston Online Film Critics Association (Best Animated Film); Chicago Film Critics Association (Best Animated Film); Greater Western New York Film Critics Association (Best Animated Film); Los Angeles Film Critics Association (Best Animated Film); and New York Film Critics Circle (Best Animated Film)!
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THE TWILIGHT SOUNDTRACKS: RANKED

THE TWILIGHT SOUNDTRACKS: RANKED

Austin Jaye dives into all five soundtracks of The Twilight Saga, including all the Paramore you could ever need in one lifetime.
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Year of Cats

Year of Cats

This year might’ve been the Year of the Rat in the Chinese zodiac, but for myself it was certainly the year of the cat.
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Writer's Room: 2020 In Review

Writer’s Room: 2020 In Review

In an unprecedented year for movie watching, we ask our Frida writers how they got through 2020 without movie theaters, and what they’re looking forward to in the new year.
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10 Horror Movies to See From 1960

10 Horror Movies to See From 1960

1960, was a monumental year for horror films. These films heavily influenced and set the creative standard for the horror films of the second half of the 20th century, and well into the 21st century. Many of these films are considered cinematic classics. To honor the 60th anniversary of these films is a list of 10 films every horror fan should see.
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CELEBRATING BOB CLARK'S ORIGINAL 1974 SLASHER CLASSIC 'BLACK CHRISTMAS'

CELEBRATING BOB CLARK’S ORIGINAL 1974 SLASHER CLASSIC ‘BLACK CHRISTMAS’

In the 46 years since its release, Bob Clark’s Black Christmas continues to conjure up nightmares and make skin crawl in moviegoers. If it doesn’t, as the tagline goes: your skin is on too tight...
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Y2K FILMS: 'THE GRINCH' AT 20

Y2K FILMS: ‘THE GRINCH’ AT 20

Austin Jaye evaluates Ron Howard’s Dr. Seuss adaptation on its twentieth anniversary -- and ponders whether or not it has stood the test of time.
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HAROLD BUDD: IN QUICKSILVER

HAROLD BUDD: IN QUICKSILVER

A dive into the legacy left behind by musician Harold Budd, and two of his film scores that offer a glimpse into his distinctive sound.
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A Different Kind of Magic: Revisiting 4 Offbeat Disney Classics

A Different Kind of Magic: Revisiting 4 Offbeat Disney Classics

A look back at The Jungle Book and other offbeat Disney classics.
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Mank: A Tribute to Mank

Mank: A Tribute to Mank

A review of David Fincher's newest Netflix film, Mank.
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