The Daphne Barak Library: Filmed Interviews & Exclusive Home Videos And Family Albums
The Daphne Barak Library consists of hundreds of sit-down interviews with A-list celebrities, heads-of-state, and royals, filmed when they were in the news. Many of these lengthy, at home interviews also come with home made videos, photos albums and of course exclusive photos. Only a few minutes of each one of Daphne Barak filming were made public until now because they were mainly used for breaking news purposes or in some cases like Michael Jackson’s trial in 2004 and 2005, or Liza Minnelli specials in the ensuing year, or Eric Clapton exclusive that made waves regarding how his son Connor died at an early age, or Amy Winehouse and Benazir Bhutto specials that punctuated history for their untimely deaths and close personal relationships to Daphne Barak. Daphne Barak began to turn into books her extensive library in 2009 with “Saving Amy” book, a diary of addictions based on six months of filming and time-spent with Amy Winehouse and her parents Mitch and Janis. After that, Daphne Barak penned “My Benazir,” a story of a leader who had it all but felt rejected in her later years which made her make emotional decisions and was assassinated when she was running for office for the third time. This book depicts the last two years of Benazir Bhutto when her husband Asif Ali Zardari, the current president of Pakistan (2012) and Benazir Bhutto spent last two years of her life with Barak when Zardari was living in New York and Bhutto was visiting him from Dubai, periodically. Daphne Barak’s third book became a double book project and it is soon to be released.
Headline Making Interviews
The Daphne Barak Library consists of hundreds of sit-down interviews with heads-of-state, royals, Hollywood stars, musicians and A-list celebrities which are now in the process of being turned into books and screenplays.
Many of these lengthy, in depth interviews include home made videos or family album photos. These interviews have made headlines around the world. Yet Barak has used only portion of her intellectual property so far as news clips, articles and some as television documentaries.