Revelation Perth International Film Festival 2020 now is over!
Revelation Perth International Film Festival 2020: The Revelation Perth International film festival, one of the most exciting independent film festivals in Australia, is now open for entries for 2020, inviting filmmakers from across the globe to enter their best work.
The Revelation Perth International Film Festival 2020, one of the most exciting independent film festivals in Australia is opened for entries accepting submissiona from filmmakers from all around the world.
The festival is competitive and offers a unique take on the traditional film festival circuit, with critical discussion, creative debate and an open exchange of ideas. Alongside the screening of over 140 films are workshops, networking opportunities and Australia’s only academic conference held in partnership with a film festival. It sees over 500 films submitted for selection from local and international filmmakers and features world and Australian premiere films of all genres.
Revelation film competition is open for all unique and signature-driven films from the world over from all styles, all forms, all duration and from all ages. Professional or emerging, big budget or no budget, it’s all about ideas and that’s what they’re looking for.
There is no many rules just following:
• you need to own the rights
• all submitted films must be completed after 1st January 2019.
• accepted preview formats: MPG4, Quicktime and online via Vimeo etc.
It’s accepted entries across short, animation, narrative feature, feature documentary, experimental and hybrid works.
Submissions can include narrative features, documentary, short film, animation, experimental work and anything in between.
The Revelation Perth International Film Festival 2020 will take a place in Australia from 2-15 July, 2020 in Perth.
The entry fee is $40 aus for all films in any category. Each entry must be accompanied by a separate entry fee.
The Revelation Perth International Film Festival 2020 is open to all filmmakers from across the globe.