Are you an Orange County student who is currently in, or about to enter. Grades 7th – 12th? If so, we invite you to register for our free Summer 2021 WORLD OF ANIMATION program! This online Film-viewing + Discussion program will take place every Tuesday afternoon at 3pm starting Tuesday, June 15h!
This week, hosts Anthony and Miquela are joined by Frida blog writers Bradley Burke and Justina Bonilla to examine the sartorial design of Quentin Tarantino’s cinema.
TUESDAYS AT 3PM, JUNE 15TH – AUGUST 3RD ELIGIBILITY Students must be: 1) Currently enrolled in an Orange County-based school; and 2) Currently attending Grades …
The Frida Cinema is reopening — and we need the help of our fellow film-lovers to make it happen! Announcing A Nightmare on Fourth Street: Marathon Fundraiser for The Frida!
Throughout the month of May, The Frida Cinema is proud to present our Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month Film Series, a curated collection of films recognizing the contributions and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States.
In partnership with the SCIENCE ON SCREEN initiative, the Frida Cinema is proud to host Dr. Maja Gutman, Ph.D and Professor Atalia Lopez for a live Q&A presentation following Wim Wenders’ monstrous 287-minute cut of Until The End Of The World (1991).
On this goofy edition of Scene Selections, Anthony & Miquela are joined by animation fan Isa Bulnes-Shaw to discuss great scenes of animation in the last century.
The Frida Cinema is finally reopening — and we need help from our community of fellow film lovers to make it happen!
Join us as a fundraising Marathoner at A Nightmare on Fourth Street: Marathon Fundraiser for The Frida Cinema! Share your love of our organization with your friends and social media followers on your own fundraising page, and ask them to sponsor the nightmarish cinematic odyssey you’ll be embarking on Saturday, May 15th, when we’ll invite you to sit back, relax, and try to stay awake! as big-screen horror icon Freddy Krueger slashes his way through eight classic films, presented back-to-back starting with 1984’s A Nightmare on Elm Street, all the way through 2003’s Freddy vs. Jason! Make it all the way through the series without falling asleep, and we’ll hook you up with an awesome prize!
“The movie theatre has become but a memory to most. Like what you’d have with a former lover, there’s a special kind of aching you feel when you long for something you can’t return to.”