Ryan Black left his small, rural mining town to become a tech-entrepreneur, but now he’s returned home for his father’s funeral. But there are...VIEW TRAILER
Watch The Sunset tells the story of Danny, an ex-con and his small - and rightly terrified – family, over one brutal afternoon. This is a...VIEW TRAILER
An absolute cracker of a film, Animal Kingdomtells the thinly veiled true crime story of a family caught in a cycle of violence drugs and...VIEW TRAILER
Just in time for Halloween we bring you this classic Aussie horror film!VIEW TRAILER
Adam’s film is just beautiful. With a first class cast including Philip Seymour Hoffman, Eric Bana, Toni Collette, Barry Humphries, Bethany...VIEW TRAILER
The Dish is classic Australian stuff and the film that singlehandedly put the Australian small town of Parkes on the map…until the Elvis...VIEW TRAILER
Our own Academic conference has been postponed until Sept 24 & 25...we hope...but we're working right now on a range of online discussions and iterations. More to come on that soon...
Looking at all things cinema, games, screen-based science and technology, VR, AR and moving image hybrids between, Revelation Academic is a unique screen culture event not seen at any other film festival in the country.
We're committed to building a critical and creative event, industry and community, so if you're interested in the inner workings of film criticism and discussion you can't miss this opportunity.
Revelation Academic is an informal and welcoming environment where you explore ideas and opinions - and you don't have to be an academic to be part of it. For students, this is a rare opportunity to develop your presenting skills and meet like-minded people from WA, nationally and internationally and for everyone else it's 2-days of great conversation and networking.
Well...who would have thought? Due to "the circumstances" we'll be postponing our physical XR:WA event to Sept 24-27 BUT we're working right now on an ongoing series of virtual workshops, masterclasses, panels, presentations and discussions.
Both the physical and virtual events will focus on games, VR, AR, AI, and all things in between, XR:WA is a one-of-a-kind event for WA and now the country - and soon internationally.
XR:WA takes place alongside our screening, academic and industry programs and includes critical discussion, workshops, masterclasses, key-note speakers and guests from around the state, the country and the world
It's affordable, accessible and works with a myriad of industry sectors outside of entertainment who use screen based technology as a central tool. These include architecture, medicine, design, resources, training, emergency response, education, research and all that falls in between.
If you want to receive that little bit extra of Rev loving and enjoy the myriad delights of the best film festival in town?
Well - why not become a member? You'll receive a Gold Pass, wine and beer from our partners, a Rev T-shirt, year-round discounts at Luna Cinemas and special offers throughout the year.
There's two levels, $250 full of $125 if you're a student - so you can't miss whatever your status.
Memberships are one of the key ways we can continue to bring the event to you each year and we deeply thank all those who take the leap and all those partners that support our memberships scheme.
It's the best way to experience the event and be part of the growing Rev family...and for 2020 have we got some surprises for you with new events and initiatives in venues across Perth and Fremantle.
AUSTRALIA'S ONLINE HOME OF INTERNATIONAL INDEPENDENT CINEMA
Take a journey through two decades of independent cinema with REVonDEMAND. There's hundreds of titles on show and most have been included in Rev since 1997 - many only available internationally here.
Many of the titles are free (incl all the shorts) and for March we're got a special selection programmed by our friend and critic Travis Johnson. They're all bios which is interesting and feature the great Ramones doc End of the Century, Gonzo: The Life & Work of Hunter S Thompson, Grant Morrison: Talking With Gods, Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction and William Gibson: No Maps for These Territories. Click on the thumbnails below and be taken directly to the pages where you'll find a wonderful array of trailers!
On the left you'll see our featured February short, Robots of Brixton.
Viewing is not subscription based, we don't harvest any of your information, you don't need to sign up and the filmmakers benefit directly from your purchase or hire.