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National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

February 10, 2019
National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month (recognized in March) is a time to elevate the focus and conversation on the mixed-ability world and what it means to be perceived as “different.”

Meet New Day: Julie Mallozzi

February 9, 2019
by Julie Mallozzi I am an independent documentary filmmaker and teacher based in Boston, MA. As a person of mixed heritage, I am interested in the ways cultural traditions from around the globe intersect, hybridize, and are turned to new social purposes far from their original context.

March 2019: Women's History Month

February 9, 2019
March is Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate the lives of women leaders as well as to center our attention on the stories of women less in the spotlight.

Eight Love Stories that Defy Expectations

February 9, 2019
by Nomy Lamm Sometimes our attempts to find love miss their mark. We aim for something, and then once we get it, it’s not what we thought it was.

Meet New Day: Kimi Takesue

January 17, 2019
by Kimi Takesue I am a Brooklyn based filmmaker who grew up in two radically different cultural zones: Hawai’i and Massachusetts.

Commemorative Month: Black History Month

January 15, 2019
February is Black History Month, an annual celebration of achievements by Black Americans, a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history, and the struggles Black communities face as they move toward liberation.

Audio Description as a Tool for Equity

January 15, 2019
Audio Description is a creative tool to bring blind and low-vision audiences into the world of a film, but those without visual impairments are usually unaware of the importance of this craft.

Meet New Day - Yoyo Li

December 8, 2018
by Yoyo Li I’m Yoyo, an LA-based Chinese filmmaker who focuses on making documentaries about people living in underdeveloped areas in China.

12/18 Commemorative Month

December 8, 2018
In December, we observe Universal Human Rights Month in honor of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, an international document adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on December 10, 1948. The Universal Declaration states basic rights and fundamental freedoms to which all human beings are entitled, including freedom from discrimination, the right to equality, and the right to be considered innocent until proven guilty.

10 Ways New Day Films Changed the World in 2018

December 8, 2018
1. Visitor's Day

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