This month’s Australian Revelations celebrates the late, great John Clark in the classic piece of Australian cinema.VIEW TRAILER
This crime thriller starring Heath Ledger is as tight as an alligator’s proverbial and for audiences, it delivers in just about every cinematic...VIEW TRAILER
Lantana marked a new direction for Australian cinema. With a discernable European feel it is layer upon layer of intertwined stories and shoots...VIEW TRAILER
Fuelled by a outstading performances, a rock solid story based on Christos Tsiolkas' book Loaded, and gritty realism, Ana Kokkinos' debut feature...VIEW TRAILER
Rolf de Heer is arguable one of Australia’s most idiosyncratic filmmakers. With an enormously diverse body of work behind him, one of de...VIEW TRAILER
Albert Namatjira was the first Indigenous person – an Aranda man - to be made a citizen by the Australian Government. This was a time when...VIEW TRAILER
We don't know of any other film festival in the country with a year-round commitment to Australian cinema like ours - and to prove it we dare you to be part of our Australian Revelations family.
On the last Monday of each month we screen a new or archival Australian film accompanied by a local short, guest presentations and Q&A's, give-aways, complimentary drinks, finger food and a really fantastic atmosphere.
It's great value and sells out each month!
We've been working with the City of Perth on all manner of initiatives with our Invigorate Perth program. During every school holidays until July 2018 we'll be screenings tow programs of fantastic new international animations for the whole family. We'll also be surprising passers-by with some specially commissioned projections in public spaces.
Through until December you can experience our Accidental Cinema installation at the Hay st end of the Piccadilly Arcade as we present some of the earliest footage every shot of Perth and provided by the National Film & Sound Archive from the fabulous Corrick Collection.
As part of our on-going commitment to filmmaking at all levels and community engagement, we're super happy to be collaborating with the City of Vincent on this unique filmmaking initiative.
We're seeking submissions for documentary films of up to 10minutes shot in the border of the City of Vincent by city of Vincent residents - so if you've got a good idea and want to give it a go we suggest - well - you give it a go!
We'll be providing $5,000 each for three projects plus the three selected films will screen as part of the 2018 Rev event.
C'mon...send us a submission...we know you want to...
Take a journey through nearly two decades of independent cinema with REVonDEMAND. There's more than 300 titles on show available that have been included in Rev since 1997 - many only available internationally here.
Many of the titles are free (incl all the shorts) and for November we've got 4 fantastic new additions! From Slovenia there's the phenomenal no-dailogue Archeo. If sports, action and biography is your thing Being Evel is a great documentary look at the amazing Evel Knievel. For the underground artist DIY or Die is an essential manual and if drama with the cleanest and sharpest of edges Hollywood is for you. On the left you'll see our featured November short Debutantes.
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