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Film Review 

REVIEW: Son of a Gun (Julius Avery – 2014)

Son of a Gun, a tense crime drama about a young man who finds himself trapped within a ruthless crime syndicate, is the debut feature from Australian director Julius Avery, whose short Jerrycan won a Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival.

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Film Review 

REVIEW: Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets (Florian Habicht – 2014)

“What I especially enjoyed about this unconventional rock-doc is the fact that it isn’t just about the band, but very much also the people of Sheffield, and how they have been united over the years by Pulp’s music.”

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Film Review 

REVIEW: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (Matt Reeves – 2014) – 2nd Opinion

Dawn improves upon Rise in almost every capacity, offering thought-provoking commentary on humanity and the differences that may bring opponents to war – despite the mutual desire for peace – amidst unfathomably consistent tension and aesthetic spectacle.

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Features Opinion 

ANDY BUCKLE’S SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL DIARY DAYS 9-12

During the final four days of the Sydney Film Festival the fatigue began to kick in, but, at the same time, the films got even better.

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Features Opinion 

Andy Buckle’s Sydney Film Festival Diary Days 1-4

The craziest 12 days of the year commenced last Wednesday evening with the Opening Night screening of the 2012 Sydney Film Festival with 20,000 Days on Earth. Writing this, I am on the morning of Day 6 and pretty tired, but everything has been worth it. I have seen some excellent films so far, and I am sure many more to come.

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