STREAM ALL FILMS FREE THROUGH OCTOBER! – EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND
We’re pleased to offer unlimited free streaming of our domestic violence films through the end of October(AND NOW INTO NOVEMBER – more than 700 people have watched the film, and we’re happy to keep it going). This is to celebrate Domestic Violence Awareness month, and it’s something we’ve been doing for several years now. We are also offering the films at a 30% discount — with additional savings when you buy the titles together.
Power and Control: Domestic Violence in America
Domestic Violence and Law Enforcement
Domestic Violence and health Care
How to Stream the Film
The easiest, lowest cost way to watch the film is via our streaming site, New Day Digital. NDD offers individual streams of the film for $4.99, good for three days of viewing. If you’ve seen the film and would like to arrange for a group or classroom screening, please consider a 14-day streaming license via New Day Digital. This license allows for screenings to groups of any size for 14 days. And if you would like to keep the film in your library, please consider purchasing the DVD or a longer term streaming license. The DVDs are available through New Day Films. If you are with a non-profit community organization that can’t afford any of these options, please
contact us and we’ll do our best to help you out.
Equally a useful primer on aspects of domestic violence and a purely harrowing story (with a walloping twist), “Power and Control” is highly recommended.
— Rob Nelson, Minnesota Post
— Educational Media Reviews Online
— Video Librarian
New Film: A Documentary about the West Bank
We’re thrilled to announce the release of our new film, Holy Land, a documentary about Palestinians and Israelis in the West Bank. It’s an unprecedented, multi-character tale of a dramatic year in the West Bank, zeroing in on the explosive issue of the Israeli settlements. Our protagonists are Israeli settlers and the Israelis and Palestinians who oppose them. It’s a cross section of the West Bank, never seen in one film: right and left, secular and religious, from Hasidim to Hamas. Our new site, www.holylandfilm.com offers an extensive library of video profiles and interview excerpts and a wide array of other educational resources.