Special Promotions

A poster for the New Day Film Justice For My Sister. A yellowed picture of a girl on a wooden cross with white flowers underneath. A person stands in front of the cross and looks down with a sad expression. The background is dark with a stripe down the middle. At the top of the image are the words “Justice For My Sister” in large white letters.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In hopes of helping victims through their pain and moving forward in the fight to eradicate domestic violence from our world, two New Day filmmakers are making their films available for free streaming the entire month.

Kimberly Bautista's feature documentary Justice for My Sisteris a feature-length documentary that follows one Guatemalan woman as she pits herself against her country’s notoriously machista justice system in search of answers to her sister’s brutal murder. Peter Cohn's Power and Control: Domestic Violence in America is a powerful and dramatic exploration of family violence in the US. The feature documentary is accompanied by two shorter, more specialized companion pieces: Domestic Violence in Law Enforcement and Domestic Violence and Health Care.

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