Last Train to Freo will headline June’s Australian Revelations with director Jeremy Sims

Australian Revelations is a celebration of Australian film through a year-round, ongoing series of screenings and Perth produced Last Train To Freo will headline the next event on Tuesday 30 June.

Last Train To Freo is set entirely inside a Perth train carriage and told in real time. The debut feature film for local Director, Jeremy Sims, it was written by another Perth local, Reg Cribb. The pair have since worked together on another feature Last Cab To Darwin which will have its WA premiere at Revelation in July.

”Last Train to Freo was an exercise in minimalism for me,” says Jeremy Sims, “We really pushed our imaginations making it, and I worked with many people I am still working with today. I think Steve’s performance is extraordinary, and I still get a kick from watching it.

Jeremy Sims will personally present the film at Australian Revelations, offering film lovers and local filmmakers the chance to discuss the realities of filmmaking with the director.

Each Australian Revelations feature screening will be accompanied by a Western Australian made short film, providing opportunities for local filmmakers to have their work seen by new audiences.

Australian Revelations will screen at the new The Backlot Perth facility in West Perth and tickets are available via at

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