Reel Life: WA Film Industry News June/July 2022

'Edward And Isabella' 'Edward And Isabella'

Revelation Perth International Film Festival opens 7 July – buy your tickets now!


Where do we start? Oodles of films from oodles of countries covering oodles of subjects. Once again Revelation Perth International Film Festival very proudly presents its showcase of cinema, moving image exhibitions and live performance.

Check out the entire catalogue at our website and buy your tickets ASAP. In the meantime, here are a few special events to look out for…

Flesh For Frankenstein - Legendary filmmaker Paul Morrissey’s work is considered a masterpiece of midnight movie/cult cinema and is everything audiences could wish for. Originally released in both regular and 3D versions, our screening is in glorious 3D!
Edward And Isabella - Already nominated for a Miles Franklin Award for his novel 'Bird', 'Edward And Isabella' is Morris’s first feature film and has already won numerous awards, including Best Film at the WA Screen Culture Awards, Best Feature Film at the Prague International Film Festival and Best Director at the Tokyo Film Awards.
Decibel: 2 Minutes From Home – commissioned during COVID lockdowns, these two-minute music compositions will be performed live with accompanying screen content. Be prepared for a wide range of musical styles, performance approaches, and snippets of interviews from the artists between tracks.

Get your Membership!
Our memberships are now open and if you want to get that little bit of extra Rev loving, why would you wait? As a member of the Revelation Film Festival, you are entitled to amazing discounts and benefits, both during the festival and throughout the year. In addition, you are supporting our efforts to provide the Perth community with a quality independent screen culture.

EOFY is (almost) here!
There’s only a few weeks before the end of the financial year. . . An important time for us all. We also know that it’s the perfect time to think about how you can best make tax time work for you and what better way than to donate to Rev! Any donation is fully tax deductible and on top of that advantage, you’ll get that warm feeling that you’ve supported true independent screen culture that itself puts every cent raised straight back into the local community – film or otherwise – via our year-round non-profit production, distribution and exhibition initiatives. Convinced?

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'Flesh For Frankenstein'

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Cinema happenings in Perth
- Book to Film Program continues on Sunday June 12 at The Backlot with 'The Third Man' (UK 1949). Directed by Carol Reed from a screenplay by Graham Greene, based on his own novella, the film has been named by the BFI as the greatest British film of all time and will be screened in a 4K restored version. Tickets from Eventbrite.
- Transition Town Vincent’s movie nights are back and on Monday 13 June, catch 'The Biggest Little Farm'. Chronicling the eight-year quest of a couple who trade city living for barren farmland and a dream. A lovely soul-feeding film, this is just what you need. Tickets from Humanitix.
- The Vault brings 'All The President’s Men' to The Backlot on Sunday 26 June. Take a trip back in time to the 1972 US elections and the controversial scandal that brought down President Richard Nixon. Tickets from Eventbrite.
- Achtung! The German Film Festival which returns to Perth 2-22 June showcasing the best contemporary German cinema direct from major festivals in Europe, plus a selection from its German-speaking neighbours - Austria and Switzerland. Catch these at Luna Leederville, Luna on SX and Palace Cinemas Raine Square.

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