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Revelation Film Festival

Revelation Perth International Film Festival, Australian Revelations plus special events year round

Perth (Jul 2-15, 2020)

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Hail Satan?

Hail Satan?

Possibly the only Sydney Film Festival title ever to feature a question mark ...
The Wedding Guest

The Wedding Guest

A British gun for hire, a wedding, a less than willing bride and a mysterious ...
A Dog Called Money

A Dog Called Money

PJ Harvey wasn’t up for recording a regular album, so she took it on the ...
Director Sean Murray talks Unquiet Graves

Director Sean Murray talks Unquiet Graves

“What this film is about, is to give voice to victims who were never afforded ...
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Don't miss out on this great movie screening at The Backlot Perth! Tickets here: https://facebook.com/events/685018365363303/?ti=as Breaking Bad’s RJ Mitte stars in this charming Australian rom-com about a loner with cerebral palsy who is roped into helping a comedian (Philippa Northeast) overcome her shyness. Mitte, who has cerebral palsy in real life, gives an empowering performance as Travis, a young man living in a ramshackle Sydney rental whose disability contributes to his social isolation and anger management issues. When he loses his maintenance job after lashing out at bullies, Travis ends up in a pub, where he puts his withering sarcasm to good use defending Sunny – a reluctant up-and-comer on the comedy circuit – from a sexist heckler. Soon Mikey (Sam Reid), the pub's owner and Sunny's overbearing boyfriend, hires Travis to help train Sunny in the art of the comeback, and naturally sparks ensue – along with romance and laughs aplenty. Standing Up for Sunny is a lively comedy with plenty to say about living with disability and discrimination.
Last night: Congratulations to the winners and nominees of Curtin University Razor 2019! REV proudly donated some gifts for these brilliant graduates!
A MUST listen for Australian film goers and filmmakers! Three of Australia's best film critics, Cinema Australia, Celluloid and Whiskey, and @TheCurbAU, had the most in-depth conversation about Australian films you will hear this year. This episode also includes interview grabs from the late, great Dame Hill (Measure 4 Measure), Rachel Griffiths (Ride Like a Girl), Jennifer Kent (The Nightingale), RJ Mitte (Standing Up For Sunny) and Damon Gameau (2040: The Regeneration). Listen here: https://cinemaaustralia.com.au/2019/12/04/cinema-australia-podcast-41-focus-on-2019/
Our online movie service have 5 new titles this December! If social justice or the environment is your thing, so is the explosive doc IN THE SHADOW OF THE PALM or the enviro piece THE WHALE. Social observation? Well, THE IRISH PUB and LOVE AT THE TWILIGHT MOTEL is your bag… and for lovers of Oz cinema, we're very proud to include Kriv Stenders' excellent early work BLACKTOWN. So come, check out fantastic movies you won't find anywhere else: https://www.revelationfilmfest.org/film-rev-on-demand
Come down to PICA - Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts on Wednesday 4 December at 6pm and join Perth based Martu artist Curtis Taylor for a movie night! A selection of screen works from his library will be screened at the PICA Performance Space 🎥 Stay till the end for an insightful Q&A with Curtis Taylor and Pip Kelly. MORE INFO HERE: https://www.facebook.com/414273725919155/” Image credits: Curtis Taylor, Portrait (detail), 2019. Photo: Hank Gidney and Rob Simeon.
🌈 Happy Pride, Perth! We'll be walking with Connection And Wellbeing Australia - CAWA tonight at the Parade! See you there ❤💛💚💙💜
Hey - did we tell you that Rev's Director and Founder, Richard Sowada, has recently also been appointed as Director of Australia's premiere Australian short film festival, the St Kilda Film Festival? Oh my Lord...our love and commitment to and for Australian cinema is a way of life from the grass roots up. https://stkildafilmfestival.com.au/
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