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Daughter Film & Awareness Project Encore Screening

BY Sarah Jayne | 05-Jul-2016
Daughter is a short film and awareness project by Nexus Production Group which tackles gendered violence and victim blaming in our society by telling the story of three women who venture out in St Kilda on a Friday night. Their lives entwine and they realise that either one of them could become a victim on this faithful night. Daughter has been making waves in Australia though the media and was recently selected for Cannes Film Festivals Short Film Corner and distributed by ATOM Vic as a teaching recourse, with private school screenings to follow in order to spread the word on the films issues. Now Daughter is back in St Kilda for an encore public screening at @4Dverse St Kilda- don't miss out ! #daughterstkilda #npgroup #stoptheviolence #4Dverse #stkilda #womeninfilm
Venue: 4Dverse Hub
Address: 4Dverse Hub, 1 / 118A Carlisle Street, St Kilda (enter through Vegilicious)
Date: 23rd July 2016
Time: 7.30pm - 10pm
Ticket: $20 / $15
Buy / Ticket: https://www.trybooking.com/MAVR
Web: http://www.daughterstkilda.com/
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EMail: sarah@npgroup.com.au
Call: 0411441740
Daughter Poster Version 1 - Designed by Ivan Malekin, Sketch by Michiko Cayce
After a successful March premiere screening at St Kilda Town Hall, Nexus Production Group and 4Dverse Hub are bringing Daughter, the short film and awareness project back to St Kilda for a special encore screening.

Daughter was shot entirely in the City of Port Phillip last September, on St Kilda's streets and follows three women of different lifestyles and age as they venture out on a Friday night. The issues of gender violence and victim blaming are explored and the idea for the story came about after the deaths of two women; Jill Meagher in Brunswick and Tracy Connelly of St Kilda.

Unfortunately due to Tracy's occupation as a sex worker at her time of death her case was given very negative and dehumanising media coverage.

Ticket cost includes

Guest Speakers

Wendy Squires, writer, journalist and St Kilda local. Anne Tiggs, artist and co founder of Arts In Community International.


Special premiere & lead in film – Force by dir. Scott Blease (10m) Encore premiere film – Daughter by dir. Sarah Jayne of Nexus Production Group (28m)

Join NPG and 4dverse plus special guests for a encore public screening of Daughter, at the heart of where it all began and enjoy a night of thought provoking discussion. Be a part of the audience for this very special night and after the films have the chance to voice your opinion on the issues raised by taking part in the Q&A with the film director and writer of Daughter, Sarah Jayne and the director of Force, Scott Blease.

4dverse Hub is situated above Vegilicious, so we encourage you to sit down to a healthy warm meal before you head upstairs to the screening. The 4Dverse bar will be open, so drinks will be sold at the screening with plenty of time to mingle with a drink in hand afterwards.

Date : Saturday 23rd of July
Time : 7.30pm – 10pm
Location : 4Dverse Hub, 1 / 118A Carlisle Street, St Kilda ( enter through Vegilicious restaurant )

Tickets on sale via - https://www.trybooking.com/MAVR

Limited seats so best to book online to avoid disappointment.

Further info

Daughter - www.daughterstkilda.com
NPG - www.npgroup.com.au
4Dverse – www.4dverse.com