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We're back with our monthly program of new and archival Australian films at the Perth Backlot.
Australian Revelations is an enormously successful program the also includes guest presentations, Q&A's and a local short film with every screening.
Including complimentary nibbles and drinks, it's a unique way to explore the best of Australian cinema with screenings of feature films and documentaries that rarely make it Australian screens.
It sells out every month and it's dedicated audience are almost like a family...so come along and be part of the gang!
Screenings take place on the last Monday of every month.
Two moving image works by Semiconductor (Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt): Brilliant Noise and Black Rain, presented as part of Revelation Perth International Film Festival’s ongoing collaborative partnership with Fremantle Arts Centre.
Using scientific data, Semiconductor create powerful, evocative works that explore both art and science. In Brilliant Noise the artists use the data archives from solar observatories to create a stunning depiction of the sun, solar particles, solar wind, as white noise. Using time-lapse images, Semiconductor create a stunning representation of the sun, accompanied by a soundtrack that translates the brightness itself into sound. The overall effect, presented as a multi-channel work across three screens, is an evocative powerful work.
It's been a huge year f or the local industry and Screenwest look forward to everyone celebrating the great successes and unique vibe that is the local screen industry.
So on the closing night of Rev we're throwing a party where you can network, catch up with old chums, partake with drinks, sumptuous food and entertainment.
Taking place at the Old Perth Girl's School in East Perth it will also include the presenting of the Brian Beaton Award to a project that has been selected through a call for submissions. Designed to support stories of social impact, the lucky recipient will receive a cash prize plus tailored mentoring with some of WA's best filmmakers.
Wednesday 18 July
Old Perth Girl's School
Wellington St, East Perth 7pm- 11pm
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 Jly we're highlighting some of our favourite titles. Click on the posters below to go directly to the films and watch trailers.
On the left you'll see our featured July short, Leviathan Ages.
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