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Luke Buckmaster

Writer, Critic and The Daily Review Journalist

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Reality tech: Pokemon Go is only the beginning

Reality tech: Pokemon Go is only the beginning

Luke BuckmasterJul 13, 20164 Comments

What we’re heading towards is a world where our eyes will be incapable of distinguishing between artifice and the things that are actually in front of us.

Inside the weird world of the world's first virtual reality social network

Luke BuckmasterApr 1, 2016

Virtual reality is the future of social media.

Top 10 films of 2015

Top 10 films of 2015

Luke BuckmasterDec 23, 2015

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 did not make the top 10.

Multiplexes quake in their boots as Netflix gets new releases

Multiplexes quake in their boots as Netflix gets new releases

Luke BuckmasterJul 13, 2015

Netflix is not just for old movies anymore, which is scaring the pants off cinemas.

ABC tries it both ways with <em>Glitch</em> experiment

ABC tries it both ways with Glitch experiment

Luke BuckmasterJun 29, 2015

Will viewers till tune into a TV show if all of the episodes are available for binge-watching online?

Off Brand: let’s hope this revolution doesn’t catch on

Off Brand: let’s hope this revolution doesn’t catch on

Luke BuckmasterJun 17, 2015

Making Russell Brand the face of your work has its ups and downs. Mostly downs.

Living in the '70s: back to the future for gender equality in the film industry

Luke BuckmasterMay 29, 2015

The state of women's representation and pay in the film industry is shocking. But it might be time to borrow an idea from the 1970s and do something about it.

Mad Max revels in burning down the blockbuster

Mad Max revels in burning down the blockbuster

Luke BuckmasterMay 15, 2015

Mad Max: Fury Road is not your momma's action movie. And it's deliciously, wickedly fun.

A lesson in responsive film distribution, or, how to please the pirates

A lesson in responsive film distribution, or, how to please the pirates

Luke BuckmasterApr 17, 2015

Addressing the lag time between a film's theatrical release and its subsequent release on streaming services, such as Netflix, will be key in determining the future success of the film industry.

Why 2015 will be a huge year for Australian film (and you should not care)

Why 2015 will be a huge year for Australian film (and you should not care)

Luke BuckmasterApr 13, 2015

Australian films will take an even larger slice of the market share at the domestic box office this year. Here's why ...

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