New Day Films
New Day Films is a U.S. film distribution company that serves the non-theatrical market (colleges and universities, libraries, high schools, and community groups).
Founded in 1971 and operating as a cooperative, New Day Films consists of more than 100 filmmaker members, with a management team elected from the membership.
New Day's titles fall into such categories of Multiculturalism and Diversity; Social and Political History; Gender and Socialization; Media, Art and Culture; Physical and Mental Health; Parenting and Family; and Global Concerns.
The company's titles include the Academy Award-winning documentary short subject Witness to War: Dr. Charlie Clements. It has also distributed nine Academy Award nominated films including The Collector of Bedford Street, and four Emmy Award-winning titles, as well as films that have been broadcast on P.O.V., Independent Lens, HBO and other national programs.
- Joanne Hershfield, New Day films, Retrieved 9 April 2016
- The Independent interview - dead link
- Interview with co-founder Liane Brandon - dead link
- Soy Andina - dead link
- New Day Films
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