Our very own On Demand platform REVonDEMAND has added another title to its expanding international catalogue this month with the acclaimed thriller Kidnap Capital.
Our monthly Australian Revelations screenings have been selling out - and it's no surprise why with the great quality of films, locally made shorts, Q& A's and complimentary drinks and nibbles that accompany every screening - and for November we present the internationally acclaimed but rarely seen Lake Mungo.
We can't make it any easier to enter than what we have so for more information, just click here and you're on your way to hitting screens at what is regarded by many as Australia's filmmaker's festival!
We're thrilled to announce that acclaimed actor Trevor Jamieson has joined the Revelation team as a permanent ambassador.
“Plus I’m looking forward to being back home again and becoming involved with a lot of well known and emerging artists.”
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- Blackmagic Video Assist 9K field monitor and recorder
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Fantastic for the whole family these are some of the best animations drawn from the 9-corners of the globe and presented in association with the WA State Library and the City of Perth.
Take a look right here. or scroll down to the bottom of the page to see this month's featured trailers and our September featured short film.
The show always sells out so get in early. Tickets also include complimentary wine and nibbles supplied by Gourmet Trader.
Shot fly-on-the-wall style, the award winning "Scrappers" tells the stories of these men and their families, following them through various tribulations as the global economy crashes and the Chicago streets fill with thick snow. Through these men, the film examines everything from the pragmatics of recycling to the crackdown on immigration, all the while telling the stories of people whose lives are rarely seen on the screen. Ultimately "Scrappers" shows how people try and survive, often against all odds, and celebrates the human spirit in the face of adversity.