Kids Flicks: Revelation Film Festival


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Thursday 7 July & Sunday 10 July 2022


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Standard | $15
Concession | $12.50
Junior* | $10
Family (2 adults + 2 junior)* | $45
Companion card | Free

*Juniors under the age of 2 go free and do not require a ticket

Session times

Thursday 7 July | 9.30am, 1.30pm
Sunday 10 July | 9.30am, 1.30pm

Doors open 30 minutes prior to each movie session


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Revelation Film Festival comes to Hackett Hall for a very special edition of Kids Flicks!

Back for the July school holidays, this time WA Museum Boola Bardip is teaming up with Revelation Film Festival to deliver two days of films and shorts that the whole family will love.

Bring the kids along, sink into a comfy beanbag under Otto the blue whale and enjoy films and shorts curated by the experts at Revelation.

We'll have special food and drink offers, with yummy snack packs for the kids with popcorn, chocolate, juice and a doughnut from Epoch Cafe.

Movies and shorts

Thursday 7 July 2022 9:30AM Even Mice Belong In Heaven
  1:30PM International Family Animation Explosion
Sunday 10 July 2022 9:30AM Even Mice Belong In Heaven
  1:30PM International Family Animation Explosion


Even Mice Belong In Heaven

A film about two mortal enemies - a little Mouse and a Fox, who after an unfortunate accident, meet in animal heaven. They lose their natural instincts and become best friends. Their wish to stay together after they return to earth comes true, but they are reborn into opposite roles. Thanks to the power of friendship they can even overcome what seems to be impossible.

Director: Jan Bubenicek & Denisa Grimmová
Genre: Family
Language: English dub
Country of Origin: Poland
Duration: 1hr 20min
Year of Release: 2021

International Family Animation Explosion

Popular Revelation Film Festival favourite, this specially curated collection of international short animations is perfect for all ages – even for those who have never been to the movies before. From Singapore to Portugal, to New Zealand to the UK experience extraordinary work in the universal language of animation.

Genre: Family
Language: English
Duration: 1hr 30 min

Up You Go


Explore shorts

Flour, Eggs And Sugar

Michelle Yun-Jeong
Flour, eggs and sugar… today that’s all you’re going to need to make a sweet little animated film in your own kitchen.

Dream To The Sky

Khadija Boulazhar
To fly like the birds all Detailia has to do is invent her very own flying machine. What could be easier?

Meow Or Never

Neeraja Rajkumar
An enchanting, whimsical musical stop-motion comedy starring Pucha the ‘catstronaut’ and Blip the space pup careening through the universe looking for the meaning of life.

A Pirate Meets a Flea

Ross Payne
New Zealand/2min/2021
The flea thinks she has spotted a juicy dinner but the pirate has other ideas. An epic battle in miniature.

Children Of Gainmore: How They Found It

Petr Mischinger
Czech Republic/8min/2021
When a magic stone mysteriously appears in a classroom, the greedy Professor learns an important lesson when he tries to keep it for himself.

Under The Stars 

Kaija Harrison
On the edge of town, a lone wolf finds a strange baby and sets out to get it back to where she really belongs.


Genevieve Bega
A girl who loves fixing things finds herself in a whole different world when she follows a broken robot crab she tried to help.


Zachary Simon
A farm of instrument animals welcomes a new member who finds a different way to fit in.

Chasing Sparks

Lucas Moreira
A young boy chases his inspiration trying hard to catch the ultimate prize – his very own original idea.

Up You Go

Roxann Gan
When a star falls to the ground it is lucky to meet an ingenious rescuer who will try anything to get it back up in the sky.

The Blue Pants

Alexey Karaev
The bear looks pretty good in his blue pants, but these pants have bigger plans and are just waiting for their chance for freedom.

Important Information

Before you book

If you are attending with children, it is recommended that you do your research prior to booking to make an informed decision on whether content is suitable for your child.

  • Please check age ratings for your selected movie prior to booking.
  • Please note, children under two do not require a ticket.
  • Doors open one hour before the movie commences.
  • Entrance through Woodside Learning Studios, drinks and popcorn can be purchased pre-screening.

This event is wheelchair accessible. 

  • 50% visual content —  includes dialogue or has background music and sounds or is partially subtitled. 
  • 50% aural content — has both sound and visual components, but sight isn’t essential to meaningfully engage with the work. 

The dialogue across the some of the films requires an understanding of the English language. 

There is more information about accessibility at WA Museum Boola Bardip available at Plan a visit

If you have any questions about access at WA Museum Boola Bardip, please get in touch with us either via or on 1300 134 081

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Looking for a film for grownups?

WA Museum Boola Bardip is also partnering with Revelation Film Festival to present the critically acclaimed Terra Femme.

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