The Revelation Perth International Film Festival has gone digital for 2020! Presenting 70 films from 15 countries, Q+As, panel discussions; 13 world and international premieres and 7 WA made films, COUCHED has something for everyone.
The SWITCH team have explored the depths of this year's line-up, and collected their favourite reviews below. Check them out before you head over to COUCHED to watch them - and check back, as we'll be adding more throughout the festival!
There's a tremendous amount of promise in the film from Jayden Stevens, and while it's certainly an ambitious undertaking, never comes together in the end.
Miloš Forman experienced life-changing events and was able to take advantage of them and turn them into a narrative of an individual‛s never-ending fight for freedom against institutions.
The charm of synth music is innocence - the fact that, at heart, synth music is still the result of nerds fiddling with keyboards in their garage.
A skilled storyteller with a director's eye for human stories, Josh Belinfante didn't make the world's best film, but he sure gave it his best try, and that is what's most important.
Andrey Tarkovsky made visually stunning, mysterious films that ask more questions than they answer. This film goes a long way towards helping to understand the man behind these beautiful works of art.
Researchers are talking up an epidemic of loneliness linked to COVID-19 lockdowns, and this is filmmaking reacting to the trauma the entire world is experiencing.
This documentary attests that electronic music infinitely extends the acoustic without uprooting it. Electronic music is the sound of our world discovering, not remembering, itself.
The documentary follows activist Leilani Farha on a journey around the world to hear the human stories of renters and buyers who are struggling to compete with the high cost of living in cities.