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Since 1997, REV has developed a reputation as Australia’s leading independent screen event and continues to actively advocate for Australian screen culture and independent practice. Today, the event includes over 200 international and Australian films presented at cinemas across Perth and Fremantle. In addition, it runs a streaming service with over 300 films ready to view, an interactive XR and games conference, and the annual WA Screen Culture Awards. 

News & Updates

Swim To Win: Pacing The Pool
Ready, set, swim! And swim it did! Pacing The Pool is the latest short documentary film out of Revelation's City of Vincent Film Project to screen and garner multiple awards around the world, sharing with all a City of Vincent story. …
Tickets on sale now for the WA Screen Culture Awards 2021
This sensational evening celebrates the vibrant and diverse Western Australian screen industry by recognising and embracing all screen forms from new, established and emerging screen practices.  It acknowledges outstanding innovation, independent spirit and contributions in contemporary short, feature and documentary…
City of Vincent Film Project 2021/22
In partnership with the City of Vincent, Revelation Film Festival is running the 2021/22 City of Vincent Film Project to create a series of short documentaries made in and about the City of Vincent. The City of Vincent is looking…
Call for Entries – Open
INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR ENTRIES NOW OPEN! As always, we have a brilliant response to our international call for entries so we can't wait to see what we get for this year!  In looking at the films we don't have groups…
XR:WA Sept 16-18, 2022
WA's own VR, AR, games and immersive conference and exhibition - XR:WA - will return in 2022 form Sept 16-18, 2022 at PICA, State Library and WA Museum. The three day program will be packed with talks, demonstrations, workshops and exhibits…
2021 WA Screen Culture Awards Open
SUNDAY DECEMBER 5th - Luna Leederville ENTRIES NOW OPEN It's on and open again for 2021 so if you're involved in the WA screen industry across its myriad forms, we suggest you enter your work! The WA Screen Culture Awards…
Revelation: The Home of WA Cinema
Since its inception in 1997, Rev has championed WA made cinema and moving image, and 2021 was and is no exception. Throughout the event, we screened 40+ WA produced works across a range of curated programs, some of which were…
2020-22 AR, VR & Film Commissions
Over the last decade, Revelation has been proud to not just exhibit great films, music and moving image art, but make it. Over the last four years, Revelation has commissioned and produced 12 short non-fiction works in collaboration with the…
Support REV – $25 for 25 years!

To celebrate the 25th anniversary is a milestone for any independent cultural entity and to mark the occasions, the festival is seeking donations from individuals and organisations. Please consider making a dollar per year contribution of $25 for 25 Years via the Australian Cultural Fund in the button below. 100% tax-deductible!

RevStream

Australia's Online Home of International Independent Cinema

Take a journey through two decades of independent cinema with RevStream (formerly REVonDemand). There are hundreds of titles and most have been included in Rev since 1997 – many only available internationally here. 

Many of the titles are free (incl all the shorts).

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.

Featured RevStream Trailers

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Ngaala Kaaditj, Whadjuk Nyoongar Moort, keyen kaadak nidja boodja.
Revelation Film Festival acknowledge the mighty Whadjuk Nyoongar people as the original custodians of this land. We pay our respects to their elders past, present and future. We also support First Nations people internationally and their struggles for recognition, justice and equality. We reflect these voices in our program and demonstrate this commitment through our approach to the sector from the Board down.