Film & TV

Ego of the Week: Araba Ankuma

Whether she's on–stage or behind the camera, Araba Ankuma is always developing her artistic vision. Read on as the Strictly Funk chair talks photography, black joy, and "Living Single."

by LIZ HEIT

Adam Ruins Philadelphia

But you already knew the election was a goddamn mess.

by NICK JOYNER

The Emmys or the DNC?

How award shows have become a political battleground

by DALTON DESTEFANO

Fall Must Sees

The Oscars are far away, but many of these movies are already generating a lot of buzz.

by HALLIE BROOKMAN

What’s Next for Narcos

Spoiler Alert: Pablo Escobar doesn’t make it to 2016.

by DAYZIA TERRY

Street Alum Alan Sepinwall and His New Book on TV Canon

A former Managing Editor doin' some really big things.

by NICK JOYNER

Operation Avalanche Interview

Because sneaking into NASA is the new thing to do.

by DAYZIA TERRY

'The Radical Jew': Examining Right-Wing Extremism

A short film by Penn's very own grad–student–cinematographer.

by NICK JOYNER

Stranger Things: A Strange Thing

It's time to unpack the hype.

by NICK JOYNER

What to Netflix in September

Life is all about the ebb and flow, and nothing exemplifies this better than Netflix's seasonal recalibrations of their streaming options.

by NICK JOYNER

Summer Roundup with Film and TV

Film and TV's take on all the best hits you missed this summer.

by DAYZIA TERRY

PFS Presents: Movies On The Block

The Philadelphia Film Society brings independent film and Penn students together.

by NICK JOYNER

Back To School With Film and TV

Grab your backpacks—and your favorite streaming sites.

by DAYZIA TERRY

Ira Sach on His Newest Film 'Little Men' and the Little Things of Growing up

"Part of the emotion of the film is realizing that some things can be over." 

by NICK JOYNER

Fontaine's The Innocents and Feminist Nuns

Nuns just wanna have fun(damental agency over their actions).

by NICK JOYNER

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