frankie's summer movie guide

9:00am Saturday, 26 Jan.

Summer is nearly over! Oh no! (Or, "Oh yay!" if you are pasty and sun-phobic like me). With the excitement of Boxing Day movies now but a distant memory, it's time to see what the last days of summer have left to offer (and have a quick peek at autumn too).

Los Angeles illustrator Nan Lawson is a lady after our own dorky hearts: a sprinkling of Game of Thrones, Star Wars, Doctor Who, Mad Men and Wes Anderson films? The lady has good taste.

It's taken us two buckets of popcorn, but we've compiled a list of every outdoor and drive in cinema around so that you can have all of your viewing pleasure in one place.

alas sleepwear fashion film

3:00pm Thursday, 15 Nov.

Alas's Spring/Summer video lookbook is called In The Garden Of Chance and definitely looks like a place we'd like to go for a sleepwalk, hopefully garbed in some of those nifty PJs.

frankie films: the master

9:00am Friday, 16 Nov.

Shot entirely on 65mm film and scored by Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood, we discover the path to enlightenment is often eased along with the help of Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix.

Remember that great little film that came out a few years ago, 2 Days In Paris? Well its big sister 2 Days In New York just arrived, popped the whole family on a plane to Manhattan and is basically here to cause a ruckus.

behind the scenes of take this waltz

3:00pm Wednesday, 31 Oct.

Here's a special treat for your Wednesday afternoon: an exclusive behind the scenes looksee at the frivolity on the set of Take This Waltz. Costume design wannabes: take note.

frankie issue 50 stop motion video

9:00am Wednesday, 24 Oct.

Oh joy! We filmed a little stop motion video of the issue 50 hurrah that we threw last week: it includes dancing bingo markers, mini hot dogs, a kiss-blowing Benjamin Law, rad backing music by one of our bands for the night The Good China and lots of fun and frivolity.

safety not guaranteed giveaway

3:00pm Friday, 12 Oct.

We're pretty pumped to pop along to see this film, aand not just because the characters are mostly happy-go-lucky magazine employees who kind of wished they lived in the 1950s.

Not only is it one of the most famous road trips in history, but Jack Kerouac's On The Road has inspired a legion of writers for decades to come to get out of the city, hire a car and drive drive drive.

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