Clue and Who Done It: The Clue Documentary Double Feature This Saturday!
Join us for a double feature of 1985’s Clue and Who Done It: The Clue Documentary Saturday night!
Blazing Saddles and Gustavo Arellano In-Person This Friday!
Join us this Friday for a screening of Blazing Saddles and Con Su Pluma en Su Mano: The Ballad of Gustavo Arellano, with Arellano live in-person!
British Rock Invasion – January 2023
Come on out for our British Rock Invasion series, a month-long selection of movies by or about British rock and rollers!
The Writer’s Room: Movies We’re Grateful For
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, the writers of The Frida Cinema share which movies they’re grateful for.
NYFF60: The Image Book: Jean-Luc Godard’s Gaze
Frida writing team member Anthony McKelroy reviews The Image Book for the 60th New York Film Festival.
NYFF60: Slaughterhouses of Modernity: Structural Film
Frida writing team member Anthony McKelroy reviews Slaughterhouses of Modernity for the 60th New York Film Festival.
Con Su Pluma En Su Mano: The Ballad of Gustavo Arellano: Interview with Brendan Bubion
Frida writing team member Justina Bonilla interviews director Brendan Bubion about his new documentary Con Su Pluma en Tu Mano: The Ballad of Gustavo Arellano.
30 Years of Paris Is Burning
Today, Paris remains one of the most valuable and illuminating pieces of LGBTQ-focused media that exists.
#BLM: Black History Month
To celebrate Black History Month, The Frida Cinema curated a collection of fifteen films spanning over 100 years of cinematic storytelling.
Jingle Bell Rocks!
In JINGLE BELL ROCKS!, director Mitchell Kezin delves into the minds of some of the world’s most legendary Christmas music fanatics and hits the road to hang with his holiday heroes – including hip hop legend Joseph “Rev Run” Simmons of RUN-D.M.C., The Flaming Lips’ frontman Wayne Coyne, filmmaker John Waters, bebopper Bob Dorough, L.A. DJ and musicologist Dr. Demento, and Calypso legend The Mighty Sparrow.
Lucha Cinema: The Wonderful & Frightening World of Cassandro el Exotico!
As we prepare for the opening of Marie Losier’s documentary Cassandro, the Exotico, we look back at the history of lucha cinema on the silver screen.