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Film & TV

Holocaust Representation in "The Zone of Interest' "

Street discusses how Glazer's unconventional film techniques portray the Holocaust in a new horrific light.

by FIONA HERZOG and BEA HAMMAM

Rediscovering Film Outside the Comfort of Our Room

How to rediscover love for film in spite of the allure of scrolling endlessly.

by FIONA HERZOG

Guilty of Misrepresentation

The newest season of Law and Order begins with an episode that parallels Penn’s latest free speech troubles.

by NORAH RAMI

A Conversation on 'The Boy and the Heron'

Hayao Miyazaki begs the fundamental question of our existence in his final swan song.

by FIONA HERZOG and WEIKE LI

Film Bros Aren't Born, They're Made

There's an art to loving movies. 

by ISAAC POLLOCK

Emerald Fennell Wants You to React to 'Saltburn'

“Did you think the film is unnecessarily weird or explicit?” “No, it's awesome.”

by FIONA HERZOG

The Contradictions at the Heart of 'Maestro'

And why they encapsulate everything Bradley Cooper has been working towards as an artist

by ADEN BERGER

Aging Against the Script

Life and love after 60 on 'The Golden Bachelor'

by ANNA O'NEILL–DIETEL

'Wingwomen' is Yet Another Action Comedy Let–Down on Netflix

The 2023 French film has style and heart, yet it suffers from the Netflix high–budget action–comedy curse.

by MOLLIE BENN

The Best of 2023 Philadelphia Film Festival

Uncovering under–the–rader gem in this year's festival circuit

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

The Twisted Actions of 'Eileen' Left Me Yearning For More

The film's writers talk about the creation of 'Eileen'.

by FIONA HERZOG

30 Rock Takes On Locust Walk

Penn’s soon–to–be ex–president Liz Magill, as portrayed by Heidi Gardner, was the subject of Saturday Night Live’s cold open this past weekend.

by JOSEPHINE BUCCINI

Street's Favorite Film & TV of 2023



by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Harmony in the Arena: Musical Storytelling in 'The Hunger Games'

With songs of revolution, suppression, hope, and fire, the music of 'The Hunger Games' is what connects us to the world of Panem.

by AMY LUO

The Silent Race: How the SAG–AFTRA Strike is Affecting Awards Campaigns

Who are the new winners and losers?

by EMMA HALPER

The (Dis)connecting Power of In–Yun in "Past Lives"

One friendship, two decades, and a million what–ifs. Is meant–to–be enough of a reason to be in love?

by THU PHAM

Beyond #OscarsSoWhite

For American Fiction, representation alone is not enough.

by AARON VISSER

Fifteen Years of ‘Twilight’

Reflecting on the immortal appeal of the infamous film adaptation

by JULIA FISCHER

Embracing History for a Hopeful Look into the Future

Recent successes in Asian American representation don't diminish a history of erasure. 

by FIONA HERZOG

A Slightly Unhinged Recap Of Riverdale

If you want to know what happened in Riverdale but don’t want to watch almost 100 hours of TV, I’ve got your back.

by ISAAC POLLOCK

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