PAV at Revelation Film Festival


PAV were proud to be part of the Revelation Film Festival for 2016 by supplying AV, theming and projection mapping onto Luna Leederville for opening night.

Founded in 1997 in the basement of the Greenwich Club Perth, #RevFest showcases independent feature films, documentaries, short films, and experimental works. Revelation, now in its 19th year, maintains its focus on progressive and inspiring works embracing audiences of all ages, tastes and backgrounds. Like the films it presents, the event maintains an energy and enthusiasm for the industry quite unlike any other film festival in the country.

As part of the festival, Rev’s soup kitchen operated for 10 nights as a pop-up food stall and bar with AV and lighting supplied by PAV. The Soup Kitchen featured Perth’s very own Soup Nazi, Iain Lawless – a renowned Perth chef who pops-up not unlike the soup kitchen itself. Customers got a taste of the Soup Nazi’s unique service style, which came with a very short fuse. Accompanying the soup was live DJ beats, a side serve of projected VJ treats on screen and free toasted marshmallows to finish.


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