SAFF 2022 Saturday Afternoon Matinee

19nov1:45 pm3:35 pmSAFF 2022 Saturday Afternoon MatineeSaturday | 1:45 PM – 3:35 PM | The Frida Cinema | Theater 2 | Saturday Afternoon Matinee

Event Details

This Saturday Matinee Continues with 5 films in 2 hours.

The Frida Cinema – THEATER 2
305 E 4th St #100
Santa Ana, CA 92701

Films Screening

Are We American? 

“Are We American” examines the effects the 9/11 terrorist attack had on the Sikh community and their response to racial profiling.

The Light and the Load

This film, about the farmers’ protests in India, exposes how the new farming laws passed have resulted in unfair policies against small farmers. It details how the laws affect them financially, as well as environmentally, and how the farmers have responded by protesting. The lack of coverage by the media also demonstrates the bias of big media toward the government.

Sarbat Da Bhala-Hosiarpur Langar Project

Sarbat da Bhala has a new definition with Manjinder Singh who while calling the US home, has been providing meals to the needy in as many as seventeen places in Punjab. Feeding 50,000 people, 365 days, 24×7, the facility sends mini trucks filled with cooked meals to civil hospitals around Hoshiarpur.

Art Find its Way

Art Finds its Way

Aman (aka Almond Singh) is a 19-year-old micro engraver who is the Guinness World Record holder for making portraits on almonds. As we follow Aman on his artistic journey, we realize that artistic passions can lead to a fulfilling career, even though it may not be a traditional one. Supporting Sikh art can be a unique gift. 


The film is the journey of a Specially Challenged Sikh, Jagwinder Singh and how he broke all the barriers to achieve his goal.

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November 19, 2022 1:45 pm - 3:35 pm(GMT-07:00)

The Frida Cinema

305 E 4th St #100, Santa Ana, CA 92701Located in the heart of Downtown Santa Ana. Parking is located behind the theater at the cross streets of E. 5th Street and N. Spurgeon Street.

The Frida Cinema