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Revelation Online Program Announcement 18-24 July


The silver jubilee edition of the annual Revelation Perth International Film Festival kicked off last Thursday 7 July with a screening of Aussie slasher flick SISSY and a celebration of cinema at Luna Leederville.
The physical Festival continues until this Sunday 17 July and a selection of feature films and documentaries from this year’s programme will then be available to stream online from 18 – 24 July via Australia-wide.
“Perhaps you are isolating at home with COVID-19, or you are interstate, or you simply didn’t make it to the cinema this year – whatever the reason, we are hoping people will enjoy our online offering just as much as our physical festival this year,” says Festival Director Richard Sowada.
Set during COVIC-19 lockdowns in Melbourne, this feature is the second instalment in a 2020 trilogy of films from director Matthew Victor Pastor.
Read an interview with the filmmaker at FILMINK
18 ½
Take a trip back to 1974 when a White House transcriber is thrust into the Watergate scandal when she obtains the only copy of the infamous 18 1/2-minute gap in Nixon’s tapes.
“a fun, quirky and borderline satirical take on American culture.”
Go on a madcap romp through the 1980s NYC art scene amid the colourful career of painter Edward Brezinski, hell bent on making it.
“Perhaps, arguably one of Brezinski’s greatest works of art was his death. Brezinski turned into a profound and prolific movement and topic of conversation that has lasted some 30 odd years. Crazy genius, or underappreciated buffoon?”
Discover the story behind the indigenous spirit figure which rose up into the stadium at the Sydney Olympics in this understated documentary.
“Director Tim Mummery… appears to have had delays and other projects that protracted the making of this film. But with the Indigenous Voice to Parliament soon to become a national talking point, perhaps it was fortuitous. This could be the perfect time to experience NAMARALI.”
8 years in the making, Jane Castle’s poignant documentary about her filmmaker mother Lilias Fraser is an intimate mother-daughter story and an eye-opening chronicle of women’s roles in the film industry.
“As the writer, director and narrator of this documentary, Jane has pieced together the fragments of their childhoold memories solely using footage filmed by her family members… Jane admits that they became a cinematographer to become closer to their mother but it was not until the cathartic journey of making this documentary that they could ‘make something that is horrible and traumatic into something more beautiful.’”


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