This month’s Australian Revelations celebrates the late, great John Clark in the classic piece of Australian cinema.VIEW TRAILER
This crime thriller starring Heath Ledger is as tight as an alligator’s proverbial and for audiences, it delivers in just about every cinematic...VIEW TRAILER
Lantana marked a new direction for Australian cinema. With a discernable European feel it is layer upon layer of intertwined stories and shoots...VIEW TRAILER
Fuelled by a outstading performances, a rock solid story based on Christos Tsiolkas' book Loaded, and gritty realism, Ana Kokkinos' debut feature...VIEW TRAILER
Rolf de Heer is arguable one of Australia’s most idiosyncratic filmmakers. With an enormously diverse body of work behind him, one of de...VIEW TRAILER
Albert Namatjira was the first Indigenous person – an Aranda man - to be made a citizen by the Australian Government. This was a time when...VIEW TRAILER
Our international call for entries is now open...and we want your film!
We're looking for films of all types, all durations and from all parts of the world so if you've got something you think could work in our program don't do your homework on the bus and send it to us now!
If the number of entries we've received to date is any indication we're looking forward to a bumper year and you could be there!
After a fabulously successful inaugural year in 2017 the Life in Pictures filmmaking competition is back for 2018!
The Life in Pictures competition is a unique collaboration between government, the arts and the community that's centered on stimulating discussion about ageing, celebrating achievements of those who are ageing and diving into cultures each who have a different perspective on what it is to age.
There's over $20,000 in prizes in 3 categories - Under 17, 18-59 and 60+. We welcome entries from all sectors of the community and from all backgrounds. You don't have to be a filmmaker - an iPhone will do the trick. Films need to be 2 minutes or under so you've got no excuse.
Revelation is Australia's only international film festival to host and encourage academic discussion alongside its screening program and we look forward to taking its discoveries to audiences around the country and world. It represents an important platform in film discussion and analysis in this country.
Taking place on the first Monday July 9th and Tuesday July 10th 2018, the Revelation Academic Conference draws local, national and international academics to discuss and analyse issues across cinema, moving image art and all things in between.
Take a journey through nearly two decades of independent cinema with REVonDEMAND. There's more than 300 titles on show available that have been included in Rev since 1997 - many only available internationally here.
Many of the titles are free (incl all the shorts) and for February we're highlighting films in our Planes, Trains and Automobiles section - and there's some rippers! Click on the posters below to go directly to the films and watch trailers.
On the left you'll see our featured February short continuing the vehicular theme, Looploop.
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