Daybreak Films has produced and directed a number of acclaimed film, video and music videos.

Projects include the feature documentaries murundak - songs of freedom (winner Best Documentary at Seminci and recipient of UN Media Peace Award for Promotion of Aboriginal Reconciliation) and Words from the City (nominated for five AFI awards); short dramas including the multi-award winning Love This Time; and broadcast documentaries such as Muscle and Skin (produced by Big and Little Films for ABC TV). Daybreak Films have also directed and produced music videos for a number of independent artists including Kempsey, Dan Sultan & Red Ink as well as the feature concert film The Time The Place.

Projects in production and development include Galore (90 mins, feature drama) and The Warmth (100 mins, feature drama)

Learn about our short and feature film projects.


Daybreak Films has worked extensively within the cultural and exhibitions sectors creating, developing and curating exhibition content and single and multi-screen moving image work for festivals, performance and exhibition spaces.

The company has worked with major cultural organizations including Arts House, the Melbourne International Festival of the Arts, the Malthouse Theatre and Museum Victoria to develop and create content for events and exhibitions such as URBANology, Black Arm Band and New Crowned Hope (Vienna, Austria).

Individually, the directors have worked extensively in creating and exhibiting multi-screen works in institutions such as ACMI, AGNSW, Melbourne Museum, National Portrait Gallery and City Library.

Learn about our commissioned projects and films.



Daybreak Films is committed to working with local community groups and municipalities to create collaborative film, video and music content through workshop and development programs. 

Learn about our community projects and films.