Revelation Film Festival 2014


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For 2020 and because of that darn COVID-19 thing, we're running a great mix of online and physical programs - and it's looking mighty beefy with tons of things to choose from at venues across Perth and Fremantle.

Passes are now online here.

Tickets to individual films are on sale now.

All sessions Unclassified 15+ unless otherwise indicated


  • All tickets are unreserved.
  • General admission applies, so be early!
  • Advance ticket purchase is strongly recommended, especially with limited seat capacity in line with Covid 19 government restrictions.
  • Unless purchasing online, tickets for individual films must be purchased at the relevant screening venue. Passes do not guarantee entry to sold-out sessions so please redeem your tickets from that venue. All sessions are Unclassified 15+ unless otherwise indicated. 
  • All under 18s attending Luna Leederville must be accompanied and supervised by a responsible adult at all times.


  • Single admission: $20.50 Full    
  • $16 Concession 
  • $15 Members*
  • Opening Night:  $60 Full $50 Concession

  • WA Screen Culture Awards $50 Full
  • All children attending free family screenings must be accompanied by an adult
  • *on presentation of a Revelation membership card


  • All transactions enable a 48hr viewing period from the time of first activating the film. That means you can rent but the viewing period starts from whenever you first watch the film anytime in the festival period.
  • You can rent any film from as soon at the program is announced but will only be able to view it during the festival dates (Dec 9-20th).
  • You'll be notified as to when the film is able to be viewed.
  • You don't get to own or download the film just get the ability to watch it from any device.
  • You will have to register to buy tickets. This information is not used or on-sold by Rev or our on-line portal, Eventive.


  • $15 



Passes are valid at all screenings except Opening Night, Revelation Academic, WA Screen Culture Awards and The Backlot sessions.

Tickets from passes must be redeemed at the specific venue box office for the particular session

Gold pass does not include Opening Night or WA Screen Culture Awards.

Not valid for multiple tickets for a single film from the same's one ticket per pass.

Hard copy passes can be purchased from the cinema box office. Please note, hard copy passes can only be redeemed for tickets at the box office, not online.

Digital passes can be purchased online at These come with booking codes so you can book online.

Gold Pass 

  • Valid for all films (not including Opening night and WA Screen Culture Awards). 
  • $200 (that's $675 value) - that can't be right!
  • One ticket per film.
  • Not valid for online films.
  • Buy a Gold Pass here.

Mini Pass

  • Valid for 6 films excluding (not including Opening night and WA Screen Culture Awards). 
  • $90 (that's $120 value!)
  • One ticket per film.
  • Not valid for online films.
  • Buy a Mini Pass here.

Connect 4 Pass

  • Valid for 4 films (not including Opening night and WA Screen Culture Awards). 
  • $65 (that's $80!)
  • One ticket per film.
  • Not valid for online films.
  • Buy Connect 4 Pass here



$250 general and $125 student available here.  


  • Luna Cinemas, Leederville, 155, Oxford St, Leederville. 9444 4056
  • Luna SX, 13 Essex St, Fremantle. 9430 5999 
  • Windsor Cinema, 98 Stirling Highway, Nedlands, 9386 3554




  • Registrations and program information are available here.


The 2020 Revelation Perth International Film Festival is organised with a Covid 19 Safety Plan in place and appropriate measures are taken to ensure the Festival is as safe as possible. Luna Palace Cinemas operate on Government Phase restrictions. Please check for updates.


The key art for the 2020 Revelation program features Lydia Lunch, the subject of Beth B’s documentary Lydia Lunch - The War Is Never Over. The photograph was taken by Jasmine Hirst.