Daughter is a 28 minute short film and awareness project which teaches the importance of respect for others, the danger of victim blaming, and the negative effects gendered violence has on our society, as shown through the eyes of three different women.
In August 2016 Daughter had it's first educational screening at Holmesglen Tafe Waverley, where the film was integrated with the teaching practice for the Justice Course students.
In November 2018, Daughter was selected by Woodonga Council to screen at Woodonga Library as part of the local councils annual event - 16 Days of Activism. Daughter was one of three short films screened as part of the free event.
Daughter is available to purchase as an educational resource through Beamafilm and through BeamClub where you can watch Daughter in a local library. Through BeamaFilm Daughter can be streamed free of charge for participating libraries with a valid library card through Beamafilm's film catalogue. Contact BeamaFilm for further details and T's & C's.
Daughter is also available for teachers though ClickView, and the film can be searched for on the ClickView site library, where educators can log in and make the request to purchase the film for their students. ATOM also has daughter in it’s Educational Shop.
If you require a PRESSKIT please get in touch with either Sarah Jayne or Ivan Malekin from NPG directly via the CONTACT page and make the request.