The show continues to define boundaries because, not in spite of, its caustic comedy.
This September series celebrates the 100th anniversary of the filmmaker's birth by showing his films on weekends and Thursdays.
A love letter to the TV staple that’s still showing the world Philly’s sense of humor.
Future Spielbergs and Scorceses, learn how to make your movie dreams come true in Philadelphia.
How a freshman year friendship turned into a filmmaking partnership that's out to tackle climate change.
Netflix's latest is as bad as everyone says it is—if not worse.
Race and class representations made summer films stand out.
Frances McDormand joins the fight for diversity in film—but can inclusion riders win it?
An LGBT drama, the story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and heaps of social commentary—head to Center City next weekend for all of these and more.
Cults, nuns, drag queens, and more take center stage in documentaries that you can stream right now.
Netflix's new indie film shows how drug dependence complicates family bonds.
How the extinction of movie–rental shops gave birth to South Philly’s hidden cinephile cafe.
How I tried, and failed, to hate the newest iteration of the iconic comedy show.
If mainstream cinema isn't your thing, take a trip to Old City.
Whether you're dreaming of home or an exotic getaway, Street's got you covered.
The show is subtle, surprisingly deep, and definitely not normal.
For proper, neverending on–screen drama, check out these Spanish–language TV series.
Mental health storylines demand nuance and honesty.
Critics of the new children’s movie are missing the point.
A look back on leading men and women through the decades.