GRRL POWER BERLIN

NPG are happy to announce that Director Sarah Jayne will be heading to Berlin with Daughter as part of GRRL HAUS CINEMA in May. The all female event supports DIY and underrepresented female artists, and holds monthly film screenings at underground cinemas and art spaces within Berlin’s most artistic and buzzing suburbs.

Sarah Jayne has ben selected to take part in GHC's "2 Week Intensive Screen your Film Seminar, which means Daughter will screen twice in Berlin, in just 2 weeks. This includes an individual self curated event with Q&A at a soon to be announced art space.

The two weeks in Berlin will also give SJ a chance to network at events set up by Grrl Haus Cinema, shoot her own film, explore the city and take in the culture , promote her work and NPG, while meeting like minded filmmakers and being immersed in film.

The event prep has begun, and both SJ and NPG are super excited about the opportunities this residency will generate.

To keep up-to date with the Berlin adventure, follow SJ on Instagram as she hopes to document her adventure on social media as it happens.

INDIeFLIX Launch

Now, we are thrilled and proud to say Daughter has just been released on IndieFlix!

The indie filmmakers behind Daughter first heard about IndieFlix through an interview with founder Scilla Andreen on the Indie Film Hustle Podcast, and were excited to learn just how and why this US platform gives back to indie filmmakers and keen to join ourselves. 

IndieFlix is run by filmmakers, so they get it – unlike Amazon, IndieFlix pay filmmakers for every minute their movie is watched so it is a win-win model that increases the filmmaker’s payout as the company expands.

With all of Daughters success, NPG look forward to what is still to come.

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Enjoy watching Daughter though Indieflix and support indie filmmakers.

16 Days of Activism

Daughter has been selected to screen and take part in Wodonga Council’s annual event 16 Days of Activism, with the film screening at Wodonga library on November 28th along with two other films, Lipstick (Directed by Harriet McKern, 1994) and Footy Chicks (Directed by Rebecca Barry, 2006).

The Facebook event reads, “Join us for a selection of films that explore a range of topics that face women on a day to day basis – from safety on the streets, how they look, what they wear, how this is viewed and judged by society and who they sleep with and why.”

Thanks to BeamaFilm is in order, as the Wodonga Council found Daughter from their website.

The event is free of charge, suitable for 18+ age range and booking a place is suggested. See further details such as time and address on the official Facebook Event.