At Revelation Perth International Film Festival, the cinema never sleeps.
Blind Date Music Competition
WA musicians would like to meet filmmakers for fun and friendship, maybe more. If by “more” you mean “award-winning video clips”!
Musicians including Ashes of Autumn, Good News Now We Can Eat All The Vampires, Rose Parker, The Terror Adaptors! and Donna Simpson of The Waifs are all signed up. If you want to see your work on the silver screen at a gala night during July’s edition of Rev, this is your chance.
This could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Sign up closes soon, so register now on the Rev website. REVonDEMAND
With us all unexpectedly spending more time at home lately, it’s lucky that REVonDEMAND has more new films than you could shake a COVID testing kit at.
Joining our special streaming service is a Director’s Collection featuring great up-and-coming director Matthew Victor Pastor. We screened his short film 'Fun Times' last year and will be showing his feature 'The Neon Across the Ocean' this year. Some of his other titles include 'A Bigger Jail', 'Repent Or Perish!', 'Maganda! Pinoy Boy vs Milk Man', 'Melodrama/Random/Melbourne!' and 'Butterfly Flower'.
With a rich mix of indie cinema, biopics, relationships (including some of the best LGBTQI+ movies) and music, REVonDEMAND should be your online channel of choice. Made In WA
If you’re a filmmaker from WA get your work added to the most all-encompassing portal for WA moving image, ever.
If you’ve got a film, we’ve got the platform. To get your film added, just drop us a line with its link, poster, and a short synopsis and we’ll get it online. There’s no cost to you, so you’ve nothing to lose.
A Rev Film Fest sponsorship means for you active year-round coverage, with national reach and with community-focused programs delivering measurable outcomes.
Because Rev is not for profit, and we depend almost completely on our relationships with government and corporate partners. For you, this means Rev keeps on doing what we do so well.
If you want to reach a large and diverse audience through high-impact, high-quality activities and materials, and still have a clean conscience, we’d love to hear from you. We’re honoured to be among the leaders of responsible arts in WA, and as such we don’t support the destruction of First Nations culture or the production of fossil fuels in a climate crisis.
if you want to join the Rev family. Survey Time
Have your say and share your thoughts on what we’re doing with the film fest, Australian Revelations, XR:WA, REVonDEMAND and the WA Screen Culture Awards.
With so much happening, and so many people participating, give us a minute of your time and tell us what you like, what you don’t, what you’re seeing, and what you’d like to come to!
2021 is unpredictable (to say the least) and that makes now the perfect time for change. In a shifting media and cultural environment, your opinion counts more than ever. Swing over to the Revelation survey and be heard! Perth Cinema News
We implore you to not abandon your local cinema! There is simply nothing like watching a film on the big screen – the way it was intended! Some of the amazing events happening in your local cinema this month include a cast and crew Q+A for locally made feature 'Greenfield' at Luna Leederville on Thursday 13 May, the 2021 Moro Spanish Film Festival which will run until 16 May at Palace Cinemas Raine Square, Luna Cinemas Leederville and Luna on SX, tickets are now on sale for the winter season of Girls School Cinema (cosy up with colourful beanbags, fire pits to toast marshmallows and treats from the candy bar) and Retro Sundays return to Windsor Cinema from Sunday 9 May with titles such as 'Out Of Africa', 'A Room With A View' and 'War And Peace'.