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Nine anti-racist movies to watch

Wondering what anti-racist movies you should be getting stuck into? Here's nine to add to your list.

Prepare to return your jaw to its upright position. Director Alfonso Cuarón’s space blockbuster is a sight to behold, writes <b>Luke Buckmaster</b>.

Film review: Gravity — a new space odyssey

Prepare to return your jaw to its upright position. Director Alfonso Cuarón’s space blockbuster is a sight to behold, writes Luke Buckmaster.

French director Michel Gondry is celebrated odd and eccentric films, but his work has never felt pretentious and inaccessible. Until now, writes <b>Luke Buckmaster</b>.

Film review: Mood Indigo — pretentious quasi-art cinema

French director Michel Gondry is celebrated odd and eccentric films, but his work has never felt pretentious and inaccessible. Until now, writes Luke Buckmaster.

The Australian film industry is deeply familiar with morose dramas. Despite considerable talent in front and behind the camera, <em>Galore</em> ticks too many of the same old boxes, writes <b>Luke Buckmaster</b>.

Movie review: Galore — Oz film cliches, and plenty of ’em

The Australian film industry is deeply familiar with morose dramas. Despite considerable talent in front and behind the camera, Galore ticks too many of the same old boxes, writes Luke Buckmaster.

Director Lawrence Johnston's new feature documentary has been described as a behind the scenes look at both the book and film version of <em>On the Beach</em>. But as <b>Luke Buckmaster</b> writes, it's much more than that. .

Film review: Fallout — documenting On The Beach and author Nevil Shute

Director Lawrence Johnston's new feature documentary has been described as a behind the scenes look at both the book and film version of On the Beach. But as Luke Buckmaster writes, it's much more than that. .

Heavy metal pioneer Bobby Liebling's life should make for a grim documentary. But as <b>James Rose</b> writes, there are plenty of heartwarming moments among the pentagrams and candles.

Film review: Last Days Here — heavy metal, self destruction and fandom

Heavy metal pioneer Bobby Liebling's life should make for a grim documentary. But as James Rose writes, there are plenty of heartwarming moments among the pentagrams and candles.

There's smug navel-gazing a-plenty in this colourful, ambitious and goofily apocalyptic comedy from Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen, writes <b>Luke Buckmaster</b>.

Film review: This is the End — apocalyptic celebrity shenanigans

There's smug navel-gazing a-plenty in this colourful, ambitious and goofily apocalyptic comedy from Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen, writes Luke Buckmaster.

<em>Not Quite Hollywood</em> director Mark Hartley's first fictional feature is a scorcher -- a cattle prod to the senses that reminds the Oz film industry that "genre" isn't a dirty word, writes <b>Luke Buckmaster</b>.

Film review: Patrick — high voltage Ozploitation

Not Quite Hollywood director Mark Hartley's first fictional feature is a scorcher -- a cattle prod to the senses that reminds the Oz film industry that "genre" isn't a dirty word, writes Luke Buckmaster.

There's a lot of heavy duty spectacle in Guillermo del Toro's big toys blockbuster, but not much else. <b>Luke Buckmaster</b> wasn't impressed.

Film review: Pacific Rim — high voltage headache maker

There's a lot of heavy duty spectacle in Guillermo del Toro's big toys blockbuster, but not much else. Luke Buckmaster wasn't impressed.

If you thought the story of Edward Snowden would make a good film, there is actually already one out there. It's an impressive work with some timely lessons for Hollywood, writes <b>Luke Buckmaster</b>.

Introducing the world’s first Edward Snowden film — and it’s a doozy

If you thought the story of Edward Snowden would make a good film, there is actually already one out there. It's an impressive work with some timely lessons for Hollywood, writes Luke Buckmaster.

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