It may almost be the end of 2020, but there's one more festival to brighten the mood! This year's Revelation Perth International Film Festival is part-physical, part-online, and all-revelatory. Running from the 9th to the 20th December throughout Perth, it's set to be the best remedy for a long year!
The SWITCH team has explored the depths of this year's line-up, so check out our reviews below - and make sure you check back throughout the festival as we include even more!
It looks to explore how love can transcend all obstacles, but as it fails to really capture any of that emotion, what's left is a rather incoherent mess of an otherwise promising premise.
There are no major twists along the way, but the opportunity to see these characters up close and personal is a real treat. One thing's for sure - this is a superbly confident debut from Eva Riley.
Deeply unsettling and thematically rich, Sandra Wollner's film is, most of all, thought-provoking. If you can push past the controversy, 'The Trouble with Being Born' will haunt you.
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.
As the film trots along, more evidence is wheeled out, causing your opinion to flop minute to minute. There’s drag queens, a satirical musical, more boobs than you could possibly imagine!
There's real wisdom and honesty to the way this relationship plays out. Despite the doom and gloom, 'Save Yourselves!' packs in a lot of laughs - and even a little hopefulness