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10 Ways New Day Changed the World in 2019

January 1, 2020
by Isabel Hill Schools, libraries, community organizations, and government agencies use New Day films every day to expand awareness on important, relevant issues.  New Day films continue to be catalysts for change, and as 2019 comes to a close, we wanted to highlight a few of the ways our films have had an impact on the world.

Meet New Day

January 1, 2020
by Robbie Leppzer Robbie Leppzer

Meet New Day

November 16, 2019
Willow O'Feral's film Break the Silence is an intersectional, inclusive portrait of 18 women's lived experiences in regards to sexual and reproductive health.

Commemorative Months

November 16, 2019
November is both Native American/Alaska Native Heritage Month and Trans Day of Remembrance. Visit our New Day Collections to learn more.

Reimagining Justice

November 16, 2019
New Day’s catalogue of criminal justice titles invite and inspire viewers to reimagine justice.

What it Means to Serve

October 18, 2019
As we approach Veteran’s Day, we highlight a handful of films in the New Day collection exploring the psychic wounds of war while also honoring the individuals who serve.

Meet New Day - Kurt Orderson and Najma Nuriddin

October 18, 2019
We are both filmmakers from different parts of the world who periodically come together to collaborate. Currently, we are both filmmakers in residence at Johns Hopkins University, developing an online archive of our film, Not in My Neighbourhood.

October 2019: Commemorative Month

October 18, 2019
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, with the 2019 theme of “The Right Talent, Right now.” This is a great time to highlight films made by disabled filmmakers!

Latinx Heritage Month

September 19, 2019
Latinx Heritage Month (also called Hispanic Heritage Month) is from September 15-October 15. This is an opportunity to learn and reflect on Latinx & Hispanic cultures, languages, traditions, and forms of resistance.

Meet New Day: Maggie Stogner and Rick Stack

September 19, 2019
We are the filmmaking team who created In the Executioner’s Shadow. Maggie has been making documentary films on environmental and social issues for over 30 years.

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