Revelation started life in 1997 as an ‘underground’ event in the back
room basement of the Greenwich Club, at the time Perth’s smoothest jazz and music venue. All works were screened purely on 16mm film and the festival also featured live music, poetry and
guest presentations. Revelation was designed to showcase a range
of unique and progressive short, feature, documentary, archival
and animated works which were at the forefront of contemporary
underground filmmaking, at the same time contextualising these
works through a variety of curated archival programs highlighting
pivotal points in independent filmmaking. Rapidly outgrowing the intimate surrounds of the Greenwich Club, Revelation now spans venues across Perth and Fremantle and features some of
the most acclaimed films from the international film festival
scene and includes gallery and installation works, live performances, an academic conference and a unique
seminar and masterclass series. Revelation’s market penetration is today at its most comprehensive ever, engaging new local, national and international audiences. More than 500 films are submitted each year for selection from local and international filmmakers, and the event’s screen conference component is fast becoming a huge draw for the world’s filmmaking community.
Revelation was invited to present the public screening component
of the Australian International Documentary Conference as part of
the Perth International Arts Festival in 2000 and 2001 and since then has seen itself as a stand-alone event.
The festival’s screen conference is expected to become an even
larger draw for Australian and international filmmakers.

Awards & Prizes

No prizes

Rules & Terms

You must own the work and everything in it - or be an authorised representative. There can be no rights issues.
Each entry must be accompanied by a separate entry fee - $40aus.