Streaming Cinema

 

Our Streaming Cinema program offers you an exciting new way to experience great films while supporting The Frida Cinema! In partnership with many of the independent distributors that we’ve worked with over the years, Streaming Cinema allows us to continue to share wonderful, diverse, and award-winning new releases and classic restorations to our audiences to enjoy safely in their homes, with a portion of proceeds from every rental directly supporting The Frida! Visit our Streaming FAQ page to learn more about renting and enjoying our streaming titles!


KINO! GERMANY NOW!

Kino! Germany Now! Series Pass

Kino! Germany Now! Series Pass

Ends May 13th

KINO! Germany NOW! offers a handpicked selection of some of Germany’s most promising narrative, documentary, and short films that premiered within the last year.

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Kino! Germany Now! Short Film Program

Kino! Germany Now! Short Film Program

Ends May 13th

SERIES INCLUDES 4 SHORT FILMS: Just a Guy, Top Down Memory, Land of Glory, and Mazel Tov Cocktail.

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Walchensee Forever

Walchensee Forever

Ends May 13th

In this personal story about the eternal cycle of life, identity, roots, and self-fulfillment, director Janna Ji Wonders seeks to uncover the secrets of her family’s past and her role among four generations of strong, passionate women.

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Oeconomia

Oeconomia

Ends May 13th

What is money? What are debts? What are the consequences of both? And how can images be found for them?

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Garage People

Garage People

Ends May 13th

When it comes to expressing their individualism, American males have their “man caves” and the British their allotment sheds. But for certain rural Russians, it’s the garage that provides a window into their personal lives.

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Born in Evin

Born in Evin

Ends May 13th

In her directing debut, German-Iranian actress Maryam Zaree confronts the circumstances of her birth inside one of the world’s most notorious prisons.

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Sleep

Sleep

Ends May 13th

Dreams and reality collide in this ambitious, unsettling psychological thriller that tackles the horrors of Germany’s past using folklore and fairytale imagery.

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I Was, I Am, I Will Be

I Was, I Am, I Will Be

Ends May 13th

After a Kurdish gigolo and an airline pilot meet at a Turkish resort, their lives change in unexpected ways.

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Gipsy Queen

Gipsy Queen

Ends May 13th

Charismatic single mother Ali works herself to the bone as a cleaner at the Ritze nightclub in Hamburg so that her two children can have the opportunities inherent in a German life and education.

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Exile

Exile

Ends May 13th

In the face of micro-aggressions (and worse) from his German work colleagues, a prickly Kosovo-born pharmaceutical engineer becomes increasingly paranoid and plunges into an identity crisis.

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Berlin Alexanderplatz

Berlin Alexanderplatz

Ends May 13th

An African immigrant struggles to make a new life for himself in the big city in director-co-writer Burhan Qurbani’s (We Are Young. We Are Strong.) audacious, neon-lit reinterpretation of Alfred Döblin’s 1929 novel.

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DRAMA

The Story of a Three-Day Pass

The Story of a Three-Day Pass

Starts May 14th

Melvin Van Peebles’s edgy, angsty, romantic first feature could never have been made in America.

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Enfant Terrible

Enfant Terrible

Starts May 14th

This is the story of a child of his time…of an extremely talented and dynamic filmmaker named Rainer Werner Fassbinder, who dreams of making movies about the cold-hearted, archaic Federal German society.

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HORROR

The Columnist

The Columnist

Ends May 27th

Successful columnist Femke is flooded every day by anonymous harassments and death threats on social media. She becomes addicted to the vicious messages, and finds herself continuously clicking back to the hateful comments before she goes to sleep.

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