Luke Davies


Luke Davies
Luke Davies is a novelist, screenplay writer and poet. He is the author of Candy, God of Speed, Totem (the winner of the Age Book of the Year in 2004) and Interferon Psalms (winner of the Prime Minister’s Literary Award in 2012). 



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Still from Black Mirror

Through the dark glass

Culture

Netflix’s ‘Black Mirror’ is ‘The Twilight Zone’ for our tech-obsessed times

Still from American Honey

Powerless agents

Culture

Andrea Arnold’s ‘American Honey’ is an exuberant, if meandering, trip

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Where did Baz Luhrmann go wrong?

Culture

Netflix’s hip-hop drama ‘The Get Down’ squanders its potential

Still from Captain Fantastic

Off the grid

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Matt Ross’ ‘Captain Fantastic’ is a portrait of a family in the wilderness

A still from Embrace of the Serpent

Shamania

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Ciro Guerra’s ‘Embrace of the Serpent’ brings together two Amazonian encounters

Image of Aaron Pedersen and Alex Russell in Goldstone

Mirrors to the landscape

Culture

Cultural conflicts in Ivan Sen’s ‘Goldstone’ and the ABC’s ‘Cleverman’

Still from Hunt for the Wilderpeople

Don’t lose that Ricky

Culture

The Kiwi charm of Taika Waititi’s ‘Hunt for the Wilderpeople’

Anthony LaPaglia

‘A Month of Sundays’ directed by Matthew Saville

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Madman Films

Still from Sherpa

Blind obsession

Culture

The economics of Everest in Jennifer Peedom’s ‘Sherpa’

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