Festival Time

1 October 2011

Throughout October and for the duration of the Melbourne International Arts Festival, Daybreak Films are creating 20 different short documentaries for web and broadcast in partnership with STVDIO, Foxtel's dedicated arts channel. We're happy to be working with a bunch of our favourite people as we rally around to make a film a day for the duration of the Festival. At the bottom of the news posting, we've embedded a handful of the films we've made as we reach the halfway mark of the festival. Many more can be seen on STVDIO's youtube channel.

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'murundak - songs of freedom' now available on DVD

8 June 2011

The film is now available to buy on DVD! The 'murundak - songs of freedom' DVD includes a huge array of extras including additional live performances, interviews and scenes with featured artists from The Black Arm Band.

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'murundak - songs of freedom' website launched

1 March 2011

We're rapt to be able to launch the dedicated website for the Daybreak Films feature documentary 'murundak - songs of freedom'. Information about the film, artists, behind the scenes and upcoming screenings can all be found at:

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Daybreak Films has moved

1 February 2011

We've had a few changes around Daybreak Films lately. We've moved from our old haunt in Fitzroy to spanking new digs at Bird - a new film studio space in Brunswick comprised of Daybreak, Yeah Right Productions, Reelhead and a few other great independent filmmakers. We're here for the long haul - the space has a couple of edit suites, rehearsal and studio space, and great folks - and we're looking forward to developing a large space dedicated to independent film and documentary production.

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'murundak - songs of freedom' Premiere

1 January 2011

Filmed and edited over four years, the documentary feature film 'murundak - songs of freedom' is now complete and will premiere in a special gala event presented by the Melbourne International Arts Festival at the Forum Theatre on February 10th, 2011. The following night, Friday February 11th, the St Kilda Festival will showcase the film in a free outdoor screening[] in the O'Donnell gardens, St Kilda, Melbourne from 8.30pm.

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