Jenny Day


Jenny Day has 30 years experience in the Australian film industry as a production manager and producer of short films, feature films, television drama and documentaries.
She production managed and co-produced Bill Bennett’s 1980s feature films ‘A Street to Die’, ‘Dear Cardholder’ and ‘Jilted’.  She was production manager and associate producer of Beyond Films’ first feature ‘The Crossing’.
Her credits during the 1990s include producer on the feature film 'Resistance', producer of Gillian Armstrong’s feature documentary 'Not Fourteen Again’, co-producer of the feature film ‘Radiance’ (directed by Rachel Perkins), producer of indigenous director Cathy Eatock’s SBS documentary ‘Speak Quiet Speak Strong’ and co-producer of ‘Copyrites’ (directed by Cathy and Kim Mordaunt).
More recently Jenny has produced the acclaimed short film ‘Turn Around’,  the documentaries ‘The View From Here’ for ABC TV Arts and ‘Mohammad Hossain’s Intensive Care’ for SBS. She was line producer on Safina Uberoi's documentary '1800 India' and collaborated with Safina again on 'A Good Man', which won the Foxtel prize for Best Documentary at the 2009 Sydney Film Festival and has been selected for a number of prestigious overseas Festivals.  She also produced the Gillian Armstrong feature documentary 'Love Lust & Lies" which had a successful theatrical run in Australian capital cities before its broadcast on ABC1.

In 2011 Jenny is producing the feature film "Careless Love", directed by the internationally acclaimed John Duigan.