Dennis Harvey

Dennis Harvey is a member of the San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle and a longtime correspondent for Variety. He's written for numerous other local and national outlets including 48 Hills, Fandor, L.A. Times, and the San Francisco Chronicle.

The cartoon character Pepe the Frog is the subject of the new documentary Feels Good Man.

Pepe the Frog’s Leap to the Dark Side

A documentary on the alt-right’s appropriation of a cute meme arrives just in time for the U.S. presidential election.

Erich von Stroheim and Miss DuPont in Foolish Wives (1922). A restored version of this masterpiece will premiere at this year’s San Francisco Silent Film Festival.

Hollywood’s First Million-Dollar Movie

A new restoration of Erich von Stroheim’s Foolish Wives reveals the extravagance of his imagination.

Harrison Ford and a CGI-created Buck in the forthcoming The Call of the Wild.

Jack London’s Return to the Screen

Forthcoming adaptations of The Call of the Wild and Martin Eden promise to stay true to Jack London’s characters—and his life.

In The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Montgomery (Jonathan Majors, left) and Jimmie (Jimmie Fails) are best friends who squat in Jimmie’s former family home and set out to restore it to grandeur.

‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco’ Will Make You Cry

The Last Black Man in San Francisco wrests lyrical beauty from a tale of gentrification, economic inequality, and homesickness.

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