Tourism Minister Liza Harvey said the event featured a diverse mix of national and international documentaries, narrative features, animations and short films.
“Festival attendees are guaranteed to be entertained by a broad range of local, national and international films from more than 30 countries including Finland, the USA, Ireland, Japan, Taiwan, Syria and India,” Mrs Harvey said.
“This year’s festival has also attracted more than 60 national and international guests.
“The Revelation Perth International Film Festival is proudly supported by the State Government through Tourism WA and ScreenWest.”
The 2014 festival highlights include Finding Vivian Maier, a documentary about a nanny with a secret passion for street photography and Locke, a feature film about a man whose life is drastically changed by a series of phone calls.
The festival will run from July 3 to July 13 at Luna Palace Cinemas in Northbridge, Leederville and Fremantle as well as pop-up locations.
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