Frida writing team member Josh Green shares his initial impressions of Sergio Corbucci’s The Great Silence before it screens this week.
Frida writing team member Anthony McKelroy continues his examination of the sartorial styles of Wes Anderson and Paul Thomas Anderson throughout the 2000’s.
The Frida Cinema is proud to present the December film series, “Dead of Winter;” a collection of six bone-chilling thrillers that will be sure to keep you on the edge of your seat. Tickets are on sale now!
Frida writing team member Mick Nguyen examines the ways Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood, The Master, and Inherent Vice portray different periods of American history and culture.
Frida writing team member Josh Green reflects on the work of Nobuhiko Obayashi, the late great director of the surreal horror comedy House.
On this episode, we look at the work of Paul Thomas Anderson – film by film – to study his characters and their sense of personal identity as a matter of theme.
In this extensive interview, Julie shares with us the responsibilities of producing, her memories of Saturday the 14th, and her inspirations for filmmaking.
Frida writing team member Mick Nguyen explains why Punch-Drunk Love is his favorite Paul Thomas Anderson movie.
Frida writing team member Josh Green shares his first impressions of Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread before it hits our screen this month.
Later Days, the upcoming independent comedy film, features local film teacher Sandy Sternshein as a co-director and co-scriptwriter alongside Brad Riddell.
Frida writing team member Anthony McKelroy examines the sartorial sensibilities of Wes Anderson and Paul Thomas Anderson throughout the 90s.
The Frida writing team weighs in on all things horror, halloween, and film.
Frida writing team member Nicole Nguyen takes a look at Hereditary and its portrayal of disability.
The Frida Cinema is proud to present The Magnificent Andersons, a series of 15 movies by two of modern cinema’s most celebrated auteurs, Wes Anderson and Paul Thomas Anderson!
Frida writing team member Anthony McKelroy explores the artistic and cultural context that the legendary rock group The Velvet Underground emerged from.