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Dear New Day Digital Customer,
We're pleased to announce that our New Day Digital streaming platform has been integrated with the New Day Films website and you will now be able to access your films at www.newday.com. With this upgrade in place, there will no longer be a separate New Day Digital platform. You will now be able to purchase and stream our films directly through the New Day Films site, and you'll also be able to purchase DVDs from the same film page. We look forward to hearing your feedback on the new fully integrated site.

All of the existing licenses that you have purchased through your New Day Digital account will continue to be operational, but to access your account on the integrated site you will have to reset your password. To reset your password, please go to www.newday.com, click on LOGIN, click on Request New Password, Enter your email address and click on Email New Password. You will receive an email with a link to reset your password.

Once you have logged in and changed your password, you can view your purchased films by going to:

  1. My Account > Orders
  2. Click on an Order Number
  3. Click on a Title

Select Licensee Tools to view all your licensed films and to see your purchase and expiration dates. Here you will also find your new streaming links for institutional use.

We want to make this upgrade as smooth as possible for you, so please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have. If you have any general questions regarding our new service, please contact Karen Knox (orders@newday.com). For technical support, please contact Andrea Debellis (support@cminyla.com).

Best regards and thank you for your patience,
The New Day Steering Committee

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New Day film makers shoot fearless, relentlessly independent documentaries. They win awards, play in major film festivals and have wide influence through US and international broadcast. Below you will find a selection of our titles, listed alphabetically, for your immediate screening pleasure.

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Taken for a Ride
A film by Jim Klein and Julia Reichert and Martha Olsen
Why does America have the worst public transit in the industrialized world, and the most freeways?

Taking Root: the Vision of Wangari Maathai
A film by Lisa Merton and Alan Dater
How the simple act of women planting trees changed a nation...

Tales from Arab Detroit
A film by Joan Mandell
What does it mean to be Arab American? TALES FROM ARAB DETROIT is an intimate community portrait. A visiting Egyptian storyteller/bard provokes an inquiry into issues of Arab heritage and tradition in a quintessential American immigrant community. American born children-- a "7-11 girl", hiphop dancer and rapper among them-- reconcile social and cultural differences with Arab immigrant parents. Through music, poetry and the ironies of everyday life, young people face up to racial discrimination and other socio-political challenges that are simultaneously similar and different than those of youth in other ethnic communities.

Tales of the Waria
A film by Kathy Huang
Four transgender women search for love and intimacy in Indonesia, the world's largest Muslim country.

Tangled Roots
A film by Heidi Emberling
This compelling film offers a new way for people to look at the complexities of the past as the filmmaker tries to reconcile her dual identity as the daughter of a German father and a Jewish mother.


Tango 73: A Busrider's Diary
A film by Gabriela Quiros
This film illustrates the vital importance of public transportation in urban areas by exploring one bus line and the people whose lives are shaped by the bus schedule and the elements.

Teachings of the Tree People
A film by Katie Jennings
The trees were our first teachers.

Tell the Truth and Run: George Seldes and the American Press
A film by Rick Goldsmith
Narrated by Susan Sarandon. Seldes's written words read by Edward Asner. The Academy-Award-nominated Tell The Truth and Run, is the dramatic story of muckraking journalist George Seldes, and a piercing look and censorship and suppression in the media.

That's a Family!
A film by Debra Chasnoff
A poignant, funny, and crucial documentary in which children were asked what they would like other kids to know about their diverse family structures.

The Tailenders
NEW!  A film by Adele Horne
The Tailenders is a captivating look at a missionary group's use of ultra-low-tech audio devices to evangelize indigenous communities facing crises caused by global economic forces. Global Recordings Network, founded in Los Angeles in 1939, has produced audio versions of Bible stories in over 5,500 languages, and aims to record in every language on earth. The film traces their journeys in the Solomon Islands, Mexico, India and the United States, where they distribute the recordings, along with hand-wind audio players, to "the Tailenders": the last people to be reached by worldwide evangelism.

There Once Was An Island:Te Henua e Nnoho
A film by Briar March
The Human Face of Climate Change

These Are Our Children
A film by Joanne Hershfield
Saving the children of Kenya, one dream at a time.

Third Ward TX
A film by Andrew Garrison
Third Ward TX introduces Project Row Houses--the nation's most impressive public art project and a bold experiment in how to build communities.

This Unfamiliar Place
A film by Eva Brzeski
An award-winning film about secrets, survival and memory

Thy Will Be Done
A film by Alice Bouvrie
A documentary that explores the point of tension where gender, family relationships, and faith, intersect.

To Have and To Hold
A film by Mark Lipman
Men who batter women

To You Sweetheart, Aloha
A film by Leo Chiang
An entertaining yet poignant portrayal of a passionate elderly artist who continues to love, to grieve, and to live his life to the fullest, even at age 94.

Top Spin
NEW!  A film by Mina T Son
TOP SPIN follows the lives of Ariel Hsing, Michael Landers, and Lily Zhang - three teenagers competing their way through the world of competitive table tennis. These young athletes face unusual challenges coming of age in a niche sport, and reveal the sacrifice and passion it takes to pursue Olympic-sized dreams.

Tracing Roots
NEW!  A film by Ellen Frankenstein
Tracing Roots is a portrait of an artist and a mystery. The film follows master weaver and Haida elder Delores Churchill on a journey to understand the origins of a spruce root hat found with Kw"aday D"an Ts'`inchi, the Long Ago Person Found. The 300-year-old traveler discovered in Northern Canada a retreating glacier. Delores's quest crosses cultures and borders, involving artists, scholars and scientists, raising questions about the meaning of connection, knowledge and ownership.

TRINIDAD - Broadcast Version
NEW!  A film by PJ Raval
Edifying and intimate, TRINIDAD acquaints viewers with three extraordinary transwomen whose paths cross in an unlikely setting—the unassuming town of Trinidad, Colorado. Against the backdrop of the town’s history of transgender surgery, TRINIDAD invokes the passions and gender politics of these three individuals as they search for a place of empowerment and belonging.

TRINIDAD - Theatrical Version
NEW!  A film by PJ Raval
Edifying and intimate, TRINIDAD acquaints viewers with three extraordinary transwomen whose paths cross in an unlikely setting—the unassuming town of Trinidad, Colorado. Against the backdrop of the town’s history of transgender surgery, TRINIDAD invokes the passions and gender politics of these three individuals as they search for a place of empowerment and belonging.

TRIPTYCH: 3 Women Making Art
NEW!  A film by Pam Walton
Art is one of the oldest activities on Earth, even predating science or math. But too often we forget it is a basic part of a balanced, healthy life. And women and art rarely get serious attention in our culture. Older women in art are virtually ignored. TRIPTYCH showcases 3 women who are vital and productive well into their seventies.

TRUST: Second Acts in Young Lives (57 minutes)
A film by Nancy Kelly
What happens in this teen theater company will amaze you.

Trust: Second Acts in Young Lives (78 minutes)
A film by Nancy Kelly
What happens in this teen theater company will amaze you.

Twisted
A film by Laurel Chiten
The neurological disorder dystonia causes your body to twist in awkward, often painful postures. When you are locked inside your body, what can set you free?