Articles by Dennis Harvey
BOB BIRDNOW’S REMARKABLE TALE OF HUMAN SURVIVAL AND THE TRANSCENDENCE OF SELF and the art of solo-performance cinema.
Highlights from this unique piece of North American film culture.
Dujardin and Hazanavicius take very precise satirical stabs at the filmic styles of the ‘classic’ Bond period.
On hate-loving THINGS and other truly unforgettable features.
Between them, the three Kaufman siblings had a remarkable impact on film history.
Eskil Vogt’s BLIND and other films see visual impairment from uncommon angles.
Mikels, at 86, still conjures flashy, titillating cinematic tricks out of smoke and mirrors.
The best ‘Insomnia’ will probably always be Erik Skjoldbjærg’s original.
A flowering of creativity after the ‘thaw.’
This undersung drama is one of the best French movies in recent years.