Daybreak Films to be exhibited in new National Portrait Gallery

1 December 2008

Two new works by Natasha Gadd & Rhys Graham are being exhibited in the new National Portrait Gallery as part of the My Favourite Australian exhibition which will be opened in Canberra on the 4th December, 2008.

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Muscle wins ADG Award

1 October 2008

The Australian Directors Guild has awarded Natasha Gadd with Best Director in the category Stand Alone Documentary for her work with the film Muscle, produced by Tony Ayres and Michael McMahon of Big and Little Films.

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Melbourne Story

1 March 2008

Daybreak Films was commissioned by Museum Victoria to create a large scale three screen moving image installation for the new permanent exhibition The Melbourne Story, launching in Melbourne on 19th March, 2008. Weaving a poetic and engaging impression of contemporary Melbourne from 1980 to the present the installation traverses the social, political, creative and cultural changes that we’ve experienced in the city over the past several decades.

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New Studio

1 February 2008

Daybreak Films, after 12 hectic months of working on projects between Arnhem Land, Broome, Adelaide, Perth, Sydney and Tokyo, is now resettled in Melbourne in a new studio. We can be found at Studio 6, 236-248 Brunswick St, Fitzroy, Melbourne.

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Words from the City nominated for 5 AFI Awards

1 November 2007

Words from the City has been nominated for Best Documentary in the 2007 AFI Awards[]! In addition, the film has received nominations for Best Directing in a Documentary, Best Cinematography in a Documentary - Rhys Graham & Natasha Gadd, Best Editing in a Documentary - Paul Williams and Best Sound in a Documentary - Emma Bortignon. Congratulation and thanks to all.

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