New Day Films Blazing Trails for Older Americans

March 20, 2016
By Alicia Dwyer

Commemorative Months

March 3, 2016
Woman Rebel

Meet New Day - Erin Davis

March 2, 2016
My short film The Land is set in a Welsh junkyard playground where kids can play with fire, hammers and nails.

Thought-Provoking Ways to Engage with Gender Equality for Women’s History Month

March 2, 2016
Just in time for Women’s History Month this March, New Day member Briar March interviews four filmmakers whose collective body of work on gender equality span the past 45 years. Just how far do they think we’ve progressed and what is the relevance of their films today?

Meet New Day - Nicole Opper

January 30, 2016
Nicole Opper

Black History Month

January 30, 2016
Faubourg Treme: The Untold Story of Black New Orleans

A New Take on High School: Voices from the New Day collection

January 29, 2016
by Isabel Hill High school years are a difficult period to navigate and if you’re a new immigrant, a person who is deaf, or a member of the LGBTQ community, your journey may be even more fraught….or maybe not! In the New Day Films collection, a variety of award-winning films highlight untraditional high school experiences and reframe the coming-of-age story in surprising ways.

New Day Films for January

December 23, 2015
Call to Witness

Meet New Day - Juli Vizza and Alicia Dwyer

December 23, 2015
Alicia Dwyer and Juli Vizza