Educating on CLICKVIEW


Daughter is now educating through ClickView on a Tertiary level. If your school and students need a film that educates on and discusses gendered based violence, victim blaming, criminal justice or gender studies, then this film may just be the educational tool you need.

NPG proud of this film, which is slowly making it’s way into education and in turn making a difference to society as it stands today.

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DAUGHTER SOLD AT AFM

Nexus Production Group headed to Los Angeles in November to attend the American Film Market. While meetings were secured for their feature film, Friends, Foes & Fireworks, one sales agent took an interest in Daughter. 

Sarah and Ivan from NPG at Santa Monica pier after a successful day of meetings at AFM.

Sarah and Ivan from NPG at Santa Monica pier after a successful day of meetings at AFM.

Daughter is now non exclusively signed to Turn Key Films, a sales agent from Pittsburgh, PA in the USA who work with buyers and filmmakers from around the world. 

The latest development is that Turn Key Films have made Daughter available on Amazon and Amazon Prime for fans to stream directly though the platform.

There are now many options for those who want to watch the film. To stream Daughter through Amazon, click here.

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Daughter & Beamafilm

Some more educational goals have been reached for Daughter during June/July 2017 and it is now official - Daughter has been picked up by BeamaFilm.

This means Daughter can be streamed online for a small fee through the Beamafilm website and participating libraries can watch for free.

Nexus Production Group thank Beama Film Director Gil Scrine and the team for taking on Daughter for their platform, which features a wonderful selection of educational films.

It has tension aplenty and still retains a sort of innocence for me which the subject matter hardly warrants.
— Gil Scrine, Beamafilm Director
Beamafilm Website Library Page

Daughter expands world wide

At the end of March this year Nexus Production Group expanded Daughter's reach to a world wide audience by making the awareness project available for viewing though their Vimeo on Demand platform. This streaming service allows viewers to watch Daughter when they want and on any device that suits them. 

Since launching through Vimeo on Demand just over a month ago 107 links to Daughter have been sold, in 19 countries world wide including Australia, USA, New Zealand, Norway, Mexico, Brazil, Italy, France and Germany, as it stands on the day of writing this blog. 

Leading the race for sales is the US, which NPG speculate has something to do with Daughter's lead, Katherine Langford, becoming the "hottest thing in Hollywood" after landing the role of Hannah Baker in Netflix's teen drama 13 Reasons Why. Following the US in sales is Australia, Germany and finally the UK who are also embracing Daughter. 

NPG are excited by the surprises that keep springing up from this project, which they are very proud of. 

Surprises aside, in festival news, a big win for Daughter came just over a week ago, when the film received a Silver Remi award at WorldFest Houston under the category of longer short film - dramatic. This screening was also Daughter's American premiere, since the 2016 public premiere in Melbourne. 

Silver Remi

Daughter hits first educational goal

It is with much anticipation that I announce that in April Nexus Production Group signed a non exclusive contract with ATOM ( Australian Teachers of Media) for Daughter to be distributed on their website under the Educational Shop.

What this means is that Daughter is now available through the ATOM online educational shop
( once it is becomes visible online )  for teachers, libraries, companies and government to buy for their educational needs. 

Director Sarah Jayne (me)  in St Kilda with 5 fresh copies to hand over to ATOM 

Director Sarah Jayne (me)  in St Kilda with 5 fresh copies to hand over to ATOM 

The team and I are very excited about this news and we hope that Daughter will also attract other distributors and sale agencies, once we have had a few more screenings, and hopefully made it into a few larger festivals around the world. We are also waiting to hear back from distributors we met in Cannes Film Festival who asked to view the film. 

Nexus Production Group are counting this victory as a positive win for our team in regards to marketing Daughter as an awareness project, as education was the channel director I had as an the aim for Daughter from the writing stage.

SJ