Revelation Film Festival 2014

Call For Entries

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2017 Winners

What is ageing? Does it mean ‘getting old’? Is it ‘getting older’? Or is it simply ‘growing’?

The Life in Pictures filmmaking 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.

Relevance in the workforce, finances, living in a cashless society, sex and sexuality, relationships to family and community, housing, health care, vulnerability to elder abuse and myriad other forces come into play. Like-wise the contribution people who are now seniors make and have made in building the communities we inhabit globally and locally are not always acknowledged or recognised. Their stories of triumph, achievement and of course struggle are forces that surround them and inform us.

This film competition is designed to raise and enhance awareness of the rewards and challenges of ageing in the community. It provides a platform on which to build community discussion, reflection, education and interaction. It's aimed at all sectors of the community from the school aged to the mature aged and is designed to encourage creative approaches that may present positive – and potentially critical – perspectives of age and ageing in our community.

With the diversity of the community base that embraces all nationalities and cultures from first Australians to new arrivals we hope that the films created for the competition will facilitate discussion, interaction and understanding about aspects of ageing, specifically focusing on the creative contributions of seniors in our community.

There were three entry categories each with a tailored prize pool worth around $6,000 in each section:

  • Under 17
  • 18-59
  • 60+

Our winners were:

UNDER  17 Category Finalists
My Hero Dir: Charlie Clark, Melissa Coleman, Jacob Del Casale, Alexander Nguyen

18 - 59 Category Finalists
Jim Dir: Binu Jayawardena 

60+ Category Finalists
Janet's New Skills Dir: Ruth Kendall 

Our Ambassador's Choice Awards decided by Jenny Davis were:

UNDER  17 Category Finalists
My Hero Dir: Charlie Clark, Melissa Coleman, Jacob Del Casale, Alexander Nguyen  

18 - 59 Category Finalists
A Picture Of Me Dir: Helena Cohen-Robertson

60+ Category Finalists
Dog’s Refuge Home Dir: Bree Billington

You can view all our finalists on the REVonDEMAND platform right here

Congratulations to all! It's been the most fantastic experience and we look forward to seeing everyone there on the night.

A special thanks to everyone who entered.

Click here to get some background on the competition. 

The Life in Pictures short film competition is a creative collaboration between the Department of Communities, Revelation Perth International Film Festival and Screenwest

Click here to contact our competition coordinator with any questions - or call 0448 007 233

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The Life in Pictures short film competition is a creative collaboration between the Department of Communities, Revelation Perth International Film Festival and Screenwest.
 

       

                     

 

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