Co-Hosts Anthony McKelroy & Miquela Davis look at great scenes of rivalry, and meetings of characters that were destined to face-off.
The Frida Cinema looks back at the day we shut down our machines, changed our marquees, and locked our doors — March 14th, 2020.
Co-Hosts Anthony McKelroy & Miquela Davis discuss their favorite scenes all about language.
Thank you for seven years! Because of your support, we are able to ring in Year Eight with two of the greatest gifts we can hope for — a profound sense of accomplishment, and a sense of tremendous hope for the coming year.
Hosts Anthony McKelroy & Miquela Davis are joined by Frida Blog writer Austin Jaye and Frida Film Programmer Trevor Dillon to discuss the narrative choices in M. Night Shyamalan’s cinema.
To celebrate Black History Month, The Frida Cinema curated a collection of fifteen films spanning over 100 years of cinematic storytelling.
Join us on Thursday, February 18th at 7:00pm at Tustin’s Mess Hall Market for a horror-comedy double feature of Willy’s Wonderland + Psycho Goreman!
The Frida Cinema is proud to present the first episode of Scene Selections, our first podcast about all things cinema.
Hosts Anthony McKelroy & Miquela Davis are joined by Frida Blog writer Austin Jaye to discuss the weather and atmospheres of David Lynch’s films.
Hello! Trevor here.
I regret to inform you that tonight’s (1/28/21) Member’s Only screening of THE GRADUATE is postponed to a later date, Thursday, February 4th at 7:30pm.
‘WTF Wednesdays’ Series ‘Episode 5: Eyes Without A Face,’ Featuring Frida Writers Justina Bonilla & Austin Jaye
For our fifth installment, Trevor delves into the Writer’s Room and discusses Eyes Without a Face with Frida Writers Justina Bonilla and Austin Jaye!
MTV Documentary Films commemorates the one year anniversary of the world’s first COVID-19 lockdown in Wuhan, China by offering audiences an opportunity to experience award-winning documentary 76 DAYS for free this Saturday, January 23rd — and will donate $5 to The Frida Cinema for every rental.
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.
“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!
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!
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. Valadez signals her arrival as a young filmmaker… with well-earned confidence in her artistic voice… We should be seeing a lot more from Valadez for years to come, and contemporary Mexican cinema will be all the better for it.” – Beandrea July, The Hollywood Reporter