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305 E. 4th Street Santa Ana, CA 92701 | Santa Ana |
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    Did you once think you had mono for an entire year only to discover you were just really bored? Then you need more Wayne’s World in your life. For two righteous dudes, “Party...
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    Throngs of tourist families enter the gates of Disney theme parks everyday ready to hit the rides but that’s not amusement enough for some. The Dark Side of Disney, a new documentary...
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    Pride Festivals have had much to celebrate since SCOTUS declared marriage-for-all, and Saturday, OC Pride unleashes its own rainbow flag frenzy. Tonight, Frida Cinema presents John...
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    Swedish director Roy Andersson won't register in any film buff's immediate memory except for his 1970 teenage romance flick A Swedish Love Story. It might not help that the filmmaker's only...
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    Sadly, Wattstax is the concert film that time forgot, while we uphold other rock documentaries like Woodstock and Monterey Pop in the canon of definitive music festival films of a...
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    This smash cult phenomenon that launched the career of director Tim Burton just never gets old, even though Gene Siskel called it unfunny and the Daily Mail “disastrous.”...
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    Excuse us while we squeeze into our best lycra leggings—the Frida Cinema hosts a screening of one of our favorite John Waters films tonight. Presented by horror hostess in residence,...
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    David Lynch has been at the eye of the television media lately for the recent news that his cult murder mystery soap opera Twin Peaks will continue twenty years after its untimely demise....
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    There's no denying the undisputed Queen of Tejana music left a deep hole in the hearts of fans after her untimely death in 1995, but several tribute albums, books and even the 1997 biopic...
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    If you've never been to a screening of found footage troupe Everything Is Terrible!, the simplest way to describe them would be "VHS vomit." EIT! collect and comb through hours of recycled...
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    When you're up against a much bigger opponent and find out you have a friend you never knew existed, it's the best feeling in the world; so states Paddy Considine's character Dai in the 2014...
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    The Frida Cinema, our favorite indie art house, celebrates one year of bringing classic and contemporary independent films to our backyard with more than a free screening, but a full-on...
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    Elusive, Josh Jetson, Gypsymamba, and Chaos Kid, Let's Drive to Alaska Sun., Feb. 15, 7 p.m., 2015
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    Round and round Wes Anderson goes, where he stops nobody knows... at least, that’s the premise behind CinemAttack! Production’s next near-midnight screening at the Frida Cinema...
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    Pining for the days when Winona Ryder was relevant and Johnny Depp had that babyface thing going? Then take your ice-cold heart to the Edward Scissorhands Winter Formal at The Frida Cinema....
  • Navel Gazing: Film and TV
    As the Santa Ana Public Library continues to commit to serving some of the needs of veterans through its available resources, the historians and archivists on staff have launched a series...
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    It's been a week since we lost comic genius Robin Williams, whose cause of death has launched an outpouring of essays and studies on the links between depression and suicide, rightly...
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    The record heat never dissuades the denizens of SanTana from taking a leisurely stroll down El Cuatro—or Fourth Street, for you non-habla folks. But you'd better get hep to the...
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    While I'm away in the vast regions of Newport for the Newport Beach Film Fest in town, a tasteful art-house screening can always act as a siren call. Lo and behold, the Frida Cinema is...
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    Eve Ensler's seminal play has faced so much controversy and criticism since debuting in 1996 for its open discussion about taboo topics like rape, sexual violence, and of course, the nature...
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    We can finally say that The Frida Cinema's status as a fixture in the nightlife and art scene in Downtown Santa Ana is official, so we're eagerly awaiting what new events director Logan Crow...
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