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Don’t get caught short, put Get Your Shorts On! in your calendar now! Join us for an exciting selection of short films in a nod to WA’s talented emerging filmmakers.

Some shorts are not suitable for people under 15, parental 

Tickets $25 each* includes food and drinks


The City of Vincent Film Project provides early-career filmmakers with the opportunity, support and funding to make a short non-fiction work that demonstrates their filmmaking talents. It reflects our local community by showcasing the local stories, characters, and urban legends in Vincent.

Aurelio Costarella

Director: Chantel Concei, Producer: Kate Downie


Explores Aurelio Costarella’s life, spotlighting the triumphs of his fashion label, his mental health journey, and the impact of art therapy against the backdrop of a lifetime rooted in the City of Vincent.

Luna, Starring

Producer: Ailish Beahan, Director: Caitlin Kirk 


A behind the scenes exploration of the inner workings of Luna Palace Cinemas and the people instrumental in keeping the cinema going. Unveil the no-nonsense charm and commitment of the managing director Ingrid van den Berghe, the publicist Tony Bective, and technical manager Andrew Lippiatt. Witness the human faces behind this beloved institution; their commitment to storytelling, cinema and community. 

Steel Coping

Producer: Zoe Davis, Director/Writer: Mason Smit


Caught in the chaos of a fractured family and troubled upbringing, aimless teenagers discover a lifeline in skateboarding. It’s more than a pastime – it’s a community that embraces them, offering both acceptance and a pathway to dreams in the face of adversity.


Life in Pictures short film competition is an innovative collaboration with the Department of Communities to encourage discussion around ageism.

We think it’s time to change the narrative and embrace the positives of ageing!

Join us for a fine example of some Albany women reinventing the concept of age, present the finalists of the film competition and award our prize winners.

The Granny Grommets  

Directed by Leah Rustomjee


A group of bodyboarding grandmas hit the surf, redefining what age means to them.

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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.

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