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Nick Stergiopoulos


The Victors of SXSW

After a fierce competition, these were the last films standing.

Short and Sweet: The Best Narrative Short Films From SXSW.

As part of our continuing coverage of SXSW, Street checks out what five up-and-coming directors could achieve in 15 minutes or less.

Black and Bernie

Richard Linklater's love letter to Southern quirkiness.

Girls (Who Run the Indie Film World)

Tiny Furniture Director Lena Dunham returns…to television

It's Just Another Story About Love

Crazy Eyes lives up to its tagline, barely.

From the F-Bomb to Francine

Oscar-winner Melissa Leo takes a risk on a micro-budget flick.

Dee Rees’ latest benefits from its good intentions…and not enough else

The buzz surrounding festival darling Pariah seems to suggest an authentic and revealing examination of race and sexuality — in an environment where black gay characters are rarely given a voice, Pariah is a welcome project.

Finals Hibernation Fare

It’s the first day of December, which means it’s time to start planning your hibernation — it’s almost finals season, in case you forgot.

Interview: Elizabeth Olsen and Sean Durkin

Street sat down with Martha Marcy May Marlene director Sean Durkin and actress Elizabeth Olsen. Turns out, Lizzie isn’t just Mary–Kate and Ashley’s little sister anymore.

Marcy Martha May Marlene...Marvelous

From the Olsen cult to the Sundance cult.

A Lesson in Distraction: Best of Netflix Instant

It’s midterm season, which means that your time spent on Netflix is likely to increase exponentially.

Review: GIRLS Night Out

Second EP is sure to catapult this band to greatness.

Born to be Wild

Gaga champions the oddities of the 80s

Overhead at Penn: 03.24.11

One guy in Hillel to another: Is AEPi more hardcore than TEP? A’s guy: She was all over me, grabbing me.

The Blarney Stone

Blarney owner Kevin Kearney reflects on one of Penn’s staple bars.

One Track Mind: Lady Gaga, "Born This Way"

When Lady Gaga released the lyrics to “Born This Way” a few weeks ago, many were skeptical of the song’s simplistic and moralistic message.

Word on the Street: OCR for a Film/English Major

After analyzing gender dynamics in Eliot’s Daniel Deronda, I left my 19th Century Lit class and went home to retrieve my slightly oversized suit jacket.

Review: Biutiful

Javier Bardem is remarkable in Innaritu's biutifully shot yet overbearing drama.

Review: Landmark Americana

Penn students don’t often venture to Drexel’s campus, but there’s at least one destination that is worth checking out.

Review: The Social Network

Before Mark Zuckerberg became the world’s youngest billionaire, he was as awkward at talking to women as anyone in Skirkanich Hall. The opening sequence of The Social Network depicts a rapid-fire, cringe-worthy exchange between Zuckerberg (Eisenberg) and his girlfriend.
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