How to Stream the Film
The easiest, lowest cost way to watch the film is via New Day Films. New Day 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. This license allows for screenings to groups of any size for 14 days. If you are at a college, “Power and Control” can also be viewed through the Kanopy streaming platform. 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 from this site and through New Day. 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.
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.