New Day Films

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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).

History[edit]

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.

Films[edit]

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.

The company distributes the films of academic film makers such as Joanne Hershfield.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Joanne Hershfield, New Day films, Retrieved 9 April 2016

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