As with all film festivals around the globe, our own local ones have been hit by our current state of emergency. The Revelation Perth International Film Festival 2020 has been delayed from its regular slot in July to a postponed date in late September.

But if you’re craving the film world that Revelation often provides, especially local content, then REVonDEMAND is going stronger than ever. Promising to add six titles a month, the on-demand service is stocked with all sorts of films, documentaries, and short films, such as Aussie favourites Mary & Max, Animal Kingdom, The Dish, The Loved Ones, and Watch the Sunset.

And for even more local content, the Made in WA section has recently been announced. If you’ve got a locally made short film, Revelation are asking for submissions to bolster up this awesome new part of the site. Check out the Rev homepage for details.

There’s now over 200 features and over 200 short films to flick through on the site, most of which made up of content that played at previous Revelation festivals, so they’re offering up a nostalgic trip down this Aussie festival road.

And as always, Revelation is looking out for home-grown quality work, so if you’ve got a short film or feature you’d like an audience for, entries for the festival are open now until June 1. There’s now that little bit more time to polish up your work for submission. Click here for details.

REVonDEMAND is available here.  Revelation Perth International Film Festival 2020 is slated to go ahead from September 24 to October 4. Head to for more information.