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03/11/2021

“When I finished my film Woo Who? May Wilson in 1969 and it was shown at the 1970 Flaherty film seminar and the New York Film Festival, as well as being excerpted on an NBC-TV special, I realized it truly had an audience and should have distribution. I took it around to the few educational distributors who all praised the film but said there was no market for it. I felt differently and started to think I would have to do it myself. I was already in production on It Happens to Us. Then I met Julia and Jim, and the rest, as they say, is history.” - Amalie R. Rothschild

Come learn about 50 years of independent documentary history at the
NEW DAY FILMS 50th Anniversary Founders Celebration!
Friday, November 12th @ 2-3:30pm ET/ 11-12:30pm PT.
RSVP @ tinyurl.com/NewDay50 -- Free virtual event.
ASL and CART live captioning provided. Film clips will be open captioned and lightly audio described.
Please contact [email protected] for other access needs.

Hosted by New Day Films. Event sponsors: American Documentary - America ReFramed and POV; Center for Media and Social Impact (CSMI); D-Word; Film Fatales; Kartemquin; New York Women In Film & Television (NYWIFT); and Video Trust

POV America ReFramed New York Women in Film & Television Center for Media & Social Impact The D-Word Film Fatales Kartemquin Films Video Trust



[Image description: A split screen graphic with a black and white image of New Day Films founder Amalie R. Rothschild on the right and text on the left. She looks at a camera in hand and is operating it.The text reads: “When I finished my film Woo Who? May Wilson in 1969 and it was shown at the 1970 Flaherty film seminar and the New York Film Festival, I realized it truly had an audience and should have distribution. I took my film to the few educational distributors who praised the film but said there was no market for it. I felt differently and started to think I would have to do it myself. Then I met Julia and Jim, and the rest, as they say, is history.", Amalie R. Rothschild, Founder, New Day Films. Overlaid on the image are the New Day Films logo and a link to eventbrite:https://50yrsofnewday.eventbrite.com and the hashtag ]

25/10/2021

New Day Films celebrates 50 years! Join the four original founders Liane Brandon, Jim Klein, Julia Reichert and Amalie R. Rothschild, in conversation with three member-owners of the coop, Brenda Avila-Hanna, Rodney Evans, and New Day’s current chair, Suzan Beraza as we honor the founders’ groundbreaking feminist films and their role in starting the oldest continuously functioning film distribution cooperative in the world!
Making Change Media's founder Regan Brashear has been a proud member of New Day since 2014. Hope you all can make it!

NEW DAY FILMS 50th Anniversary Founders Celebration!
Friday, November 12th @ 2-3:30pm ET/ 11-12:30pm PT.
RSVP @ tinyurl.com/NewDay50 Free virtual event.
ASL and CART live captioning provided. Film clips will be open captioned and lightly audio described.
Please contact [email protected] for other access needs.

Hosted by New Day Films. Event sponsors: American Documentary - America ReFramed and POV; Center for Media and Social Impact (CSMI); D-Word; Film Fatales; Kartemquin; New York Women In Film & Television (NYWIFT); and Video Trust

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[Image description: A flyer announcing that New Day Films is celebrating 50 years. The background of the flyer is in two shades of orange with a swirly pattern. There are present-day, color images of each of the founders separated by the orange background. From left to right they are: Liane Brandon, Amalie R. Rothschild, Julia Reichert and Jim Klein.
Text: “Join our original founders as they discuss the history of the cooperative, lessons learned & New Day today, as we honor their groundbreaking feminist films and their role in starting the oldest continually functioning film distribution cooperative in the world! Friday, November 12th, 2 pm ET. RSVP https://50yrsofnewday.eventbrite.com
In conversation with Suzan Beraza, Rodney Evans, and Brenda Avila-Hanna. New Day Films, ” In the lower right there are three smaller, circular color images of more recent New Day Films member-owners who will be in conversation with the founders at the 50th anniversary event. Suzan Beraza is on the left, then Rodney Evans, then Brenda Avila-Hanna. They are all smiling. At the bottom of the event flyer against a white background, are the logos of the sponsors for the founders’ event. They are from left to right: POV, America Reframed, Center for Social Media and Impact, Film Fatales, American Documentary, New York Women in Film and Television, Kartemquin Films, The D-Word, Video Trust. ]

AXS Film Fund – Breaking Barriers for unheard voices 07/06/2021

New film fund for disabled BIPOC filmmakers.

AXS Film Fund – Breaking Barriers for unheard voices AXS Film Fund Committed to helping creators of color with disabilities have their voices heard Breaking Barriers for unheard voices Committed to helping creators of color with disabilities have their voices heard Nothing about us without us. Committed to helping creators of color with disabilities h...

Anti-Asian Violence Resources 31/03/2021

40% of U.S. adults believe "it has become more common for people to express racist views toward Asians since the pandemic began" (Source: Pew Research)

resources created by the Healthcare Alliance of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders ERG at Vanderbilt University. (Thanks for sharing these Working Films!)

Anti-Asian Violence Resources Anti-Asian racism and violent attacks on Asian elderly have only increased in recent months. Since COVID-19 became news in the United States, hate speech and violence against the AAPI community has run rampant. In February 2021, attacks, particularly on elderly Asian Americans, have spiked. Unfortun...

Celebrate International Day of People With Disability with a free preview of DEEJ or FIXED! 04/12/2020

We are celebrating this year's *International Day of People With Disability* (Dec 3rd) by offering a week of free streaming access to both DEEJ and Fixed: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement. This offer starts today and runs through Thursday, Dec 10th! If you'd like a streaming link to either or both films, please fill out this simple request form.

Celebrate International Day of People With Disability with a free preview of DEEJ or FIXED! Please fill out this form and we will be in touch soon with a free preview link. Films will be available until 11:59pm on Monday, Dec 7th. Please email [email protected] with any questions.

Beyond Empathy 24/10/2020

"It is time those in the documentary film community concerned with social change move beyond using film to simply build empathy, and instead think about how film can serve the harder, messier, but ultimately more transformational work of building solidarity." This insightful piece by Sonya Childress is from a few years ago, but is still so relevant that it's worth posting again.

Beyond Empathy by Sonya Childress, Director of Partnerships and Engagement, Firelight Media

National Labor Week Screening & Panel Discussion of WAGING CHANGE 10/09/2020

This election day, we have the opportunity to shift the balance of power and finally win for all workers - no matter your state, your industry, your gender, or your race. TONIGHT join us and 20+ other community partners for a free virtual screening of the new film WAGING CHANGE about the movement to end the federal tipped minimum wage of $2.13 per hr, many of whom face persistent harassment on the job. Hear a live panel discussion with organizers on the front lines and learn how you can get involved this election season!

Watch the trailer and RSVP tinyurl.com/WagingChange

Presented by One Fair Wage, Social Action Media and Women Make Movies.
Event sponsors include: Arkansas Community Organization, Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR), DC LaborFest, Ella Baker Center, Economic Policy Institute (EPI), Equal Rights Advocates, Indiana Institute for Working Families, Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR), Jobs With Justice San Francisco, Louisiana Budget Project, Making Change Media, National Employment Law Project (NELP ), North Carolina Justice Center, National Women’s Law Center (NWLC), Reel Work Film Festival, SEIU USWW, UNITE HERE 2850, West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy, Workplace Fairness, Workers Unite Film Festival

National Labor Week Screening & Panel Discussion of WAGING CHANGE Presented by Women Make Movies, One Fair Wage & Social Action Media

Together Films // #DigitalPerspectives Webinar (Accessibility and Impact in Digital Spaces) - Crowdcast 28/08/2020

Highly recommend watching this Digital Perspectives discussion on how to make our films and film events more accessible with Andraea LaVant (LaVant Consulting) on the launch of the Crip Camp impact campaign and Cheryl Green, captioner, audio describer & New Day Films filmmaker. Hosted by Sarah Mosses (Together Films).

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Together Films // #DigitalPerspectives Webinar (Accessibility and Impact in Digital Spaces) - Crowdcast Register now for Together Films's event on Crowdcast, scheduled to go live on Monday July 06, 2020 at 7:00 pm BST.

24/08/2020

Did you know that the federal subminimum wage for tipped workers is only $2.13? This Labor Day week, we’re shining a light on the movement to end the two-tiered wage system and bring justice for restaurant workers and others who are forced to live on tips. We’re excited to join One Fair Wage, Women Make Movies, and 20+ economic, racial & gender justice organizations for a live virtual screening of WAGING CHANGE and panel discussion Thurs 9/10 @ 7pm ET/ 4 pm PT with Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Abby Ginzberg, One Fair Wage President Saru Jayaraman, National Policy Campaign Director Nikki Cole, and restaurant worker leader Cheadza Kundidzora.

Watch the trailer and RSVP! tinyurl.com/WagingChange

Presented by One Fair Wage, Social Action Media, & Women Make Movies

Event sponsors include: Arkansas Community Organizatio, for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR), DC LaborFest, Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, Economic Policy Institute, Equal Rights Advocates, Indiana Institute for Working Families, Institute for Women's Policy Research, Jobs with Justice San Francisco, Louisiana Budget Project, National Employment Law Project, NC Justice Center, National Women's Law Center, Reel Work May Day Labor Film Festival, SEIU USWW - Sacramento, UNITE HERE! Local 2850, West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy, Workplace Fairness, Unite! Film Festival

13/08/2020

TONIGHT!!
Free event. It's not too late to register @ tinyurl.com/SinsNoBodyIsDisposable

Film will run from about 5-5:35pm, then an hour panel that you don't want to miss will start after that!
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Join us for our 3rd event in the Summer Film Series, Thursday, August 13th at 5pm PT/8pm ET, with a screening of the award-winning documentary Sins Invalid: An Unshamed Claim to Beauty () followed by a panel conversation on disposability, disability justice, and creative forms of resistance.

The post-film discussion will feature Sins Invalid Executive and Artistic Director Patty Berne, educator, dancer and activist India Harville, dancer, choreographer, and Deaf advocate Antoine Hunter, disability activist, poet and performer Maria R. Palacios, and will be moderated by award-winning educator and sexologist Bianca I Laureano.

Find more details in the FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1550644965114701

Register @ tinyurl.com/SinsNoBodyIsDisposable

Check out the Sins Invalid film trailer: https://www.sinsinvalid.org/documentary

Sponsored by: Superfest Disability Film Festival Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability at San Francisco State University, Making Change Media, San Francisco Senior and Disability Action, Detroit Disability Power, Fat Rose / Fat Lib Ink, Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF), and the coalition and the California Care Rationing Coalition.

There will be audio description and captioning for the film as well as ASL interpreting/live captioning for the panel discussion. Please email [email protected] to request closed audio description or with any other access needs.

Note: This event is free, but we are encouraging participants to make a donation to Sins Invalid directly: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/OTMxNQ



Image description for the panel graphic - Text reads: Superfest and Making Change Media’s Film Series. Sins Invalid: An Unshamed Claim to Beauty. Film screening and panel. Thursday, August 13th at 5pm PT/8pm ET. Join post-film panel with Patty Berne, India Harville, and Maria R. Palacios. Moderated by Bianca I. Laureano. Free event. Register at tinyurl.com/SinsNoBodyIsDisposable. Text is on a blue background surrounded by images of the panelists and shots from the film. At the bottom, there are logos for the sponsors and text that reads “California Care Rationing Coalition.”

12/08/2020

Wage justice is racial justice.
Wage justice is gender justice.

RSVP to for a powerful conversation tomorrow on -- and what we can do about it: https://www.facebook.com/events/2710587332492862

Speakers include:
✔️ Erika Alexander, Actress (Living Single, Get Out, Black Lightning) --
✔️ Nikki Cole, National Policy Campaign Director, One Fair Wage -- , One Fair Wage
✔️ Beejhy Barhany, Owner, Tsion Cafe, Harlem -- Tsion Cafe
✔️ Fatima Goss Graves, President, National Women Law Center -- , National Women's Law Center
✔️ Shannon Williams, Leader of Equal Pay Today at Equal Rights Advocates -- Equal Rights Advocates
✔️ Melanie Campbell, President, Black Women's Roundtable -- The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation
✔️ Jocelyn Frye, Center for American Progress -- Center for American Progress
✔️ Angie Jean-Marie, Times Up -- , TImesupnow
✔️ New York State Senator Alessandra Biaggi -- , Alessandra Biaggi
A Netroots Nation special event -- netrootsnation

RSVP link: https://www.facebook.com/events/2710587332492862

12/08/2020

TWO MORE DAYS until the 3rd event in Making Change Media & Superfest Disability Film Festival's Summer Film Series, with a screening of the award-winning documentary Invalid: An Unshamed Claim to Beauty () followed by a panel conversation on the nuances of disposability, disability justice, and creative forms of resistance. The post-film discussion will feature Patty Berne, India Harville, Antoine Hunter, Maria R. Palacios, and will be moderated by Bianca I Laureano.

Don't forget to register @ tinyurl.com/SinsNoBodyIsDisposable !
Thursday, August 13th at 5pm PT/8pm ET

Find more details in the FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1550644965114701

Check out the Sins Invalid film trailer: https://www.sinsinvalid.org/documentary

Sponsored by: Superfest Disability Film Festival, Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability at San Francisco State University, Making Change Media, San Francisco Senior and Disability Action, Detroit Disability Power, Fat Rose / Fat Lib Ink, Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF), and the coalition and the California Care Rationing Coalition.

There will be audio description and captioning for the film as well as ASL interpreting/live captioning for the panel discussion. Please email [email protected] to request closed audio description or with any other access needs.

Note: This event is free, but we are encouraging participants to make a donation to Sins Invalid directly: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/OTMxNQ



PANELIST BIOS
Patricia Berne (They/Them, She/Her) is a Co-Founder, Executive and Artistic Director of Sins Invalid, a disability justice-based performance project centralizing disabled artists of color and q***r and gender non-conforming artists with disabilities. Their professional background includes advocacy for immigrants seeking asylum; community organizing; work with incarcerated youth toward alternatives to the criminal legal system; offering mental health support to survivors of violence; and advocating for LGBTQI and disability perspectives within the field of reproductive genetic technologies. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sinsinvalid/; Instagram: ; Twitter: ; Website: https://www.sinsinvalid.org/

India Harville (she/her) is an African American q***r disabled femme teacher, somatic bodyworker, dancer/dance instructor, performance artist, social justice activist, and educator dedicated to facilitating people in personal and collective healing and transformation. Website: http://lovingtheskinyouarein.com/

Antoine Hunter, also known as Purple Fire Crow, is an award-winning Internationally-known African-American, Indigenous, Deaf, Disable, choreographer, dancer, actor, instructor, speaker, Producer and Deaf advocate. He creates opportunities for Disable, Deaf and hearing artists and produces Deaf-friendly events, and founded the Urban Jazz Dance Company and Bay Area International Deaf Dance Festival. Antoine has received numerous grants and awards including the inaugural Jeanette Lomujo Bremond Award for Humanity, Isadora Duncan (Izzie) for Bay Area International Deaf Dance Festival, and SF King of Carnaval. Antoine’s work has been performed globally, most recently in Turkey, UK and Russia. He has lectured across the U.S. including at Kennedy Center’s VSA, Harvard and Duke University, and the National Assembly of State Arts. In 2019 alone, his company Urban Jazz Dance Company, an ensemble of professional Deaf and Hearing dancers, performed for and engaged more than 4,200 schoolchildren. His shoe company DropLabs and Susan Paley just released an innovative product to help people feel music through their shoes. He is Vice President of Deaf Counseling, Advocacy and Referral Agency (DCARA's) Board. DCARA is a non-profit, community-based social service agency serving the deaf community. Established in 1962 as one of the first deaf-run agencies in the country. www.RealUrbanJazzDance.com

Bianca I. Laureano,PhD hc, MA, CSES, PhD, MA2, CSES (She / her / Dr.) is an award-winning educator and sexologist. She is a founding member of the Women of Color Sexual Health Network (WOCSHN) and her most recent project is ANTE UP! a virtual freedom school offering professional development and certification. She has written several curricula and is the lead writer for the Netflix film Crip Camp’s curriculum rooted in Disability Justice principles. She is an AASECT certified sexuality educator and supervisor. Instagram: Twitter: www.BiancaLaureano.com & www.AnteUpPD.com

Maria R Palacios (she/her) is a disability activist, feminist poet, writer, and artist whose creative expression is one of the tools and weapons of her activism. She believes that art itself can narrate the story of our collective struggle. In the artistic/advocacy world, Maria Palacios is known as the Goddess on Wheels. https://cripstory.wordpress.com/

Image description for the panel graphic - Text reads: Superfest and Making Change Media’s Film Series. Sins Invalid: An Unshamed Claim to Beauty. Film screening and panel. Thursday, August 13th at 5pm PT/8pm ET. Join post-film panel with Patty Berne, India Harville, and Maria R. Palacios. Moderated by Bianca I. Laureano. Free event. Register at tinyurl.com/SinsNoBodyIsDisposable. Text is on a blue background surrounded by images of the panelists and shots from the film. At the bottom, there are logos for the sponsors and text that reads “California Care Rationing Coalition.”

Brown Girls Doc Mafia (BGDM) Fundraiser organized by Iyabo Boyd 03/08/2020

Please join MCM in supporting the Brown Girls Doc Mafia - Public fundraiser!
"Brown Girls Doc Mafia (BGDM) is an initiative advocating for over 4,000 women and non-binary people of color working in the documentary film industry from around the world! Our mission is to bolster the creative brilliance and professional success of our community, and to challenge the often marginalizing norms of the documentary field. We fight inequality and systemic racism by building community and sharing resources, by nourishing our creative brilliance, by demanding access and visibility in creative and professional environments, and by cutting through oppressive industry structures to advocate for our members.

Brown Girls Doc Mafia (BGDM) was formed in the context of the deep inequality many of our members continue to experience throughout their careers. Though many of our members have just as much potential, talent, and education, or may have worked just as long and hard as their white peers, many of us still find ourselves marginalized, undervalued, and powerless.

As the film industry has been called upon to diversify, gatekeepers have tended to resist stepping up to the challenge. This ignorance, lack of research, and semi-conscious bias has put legions of film professionals of color at a disadvantage for generations, causing professional, psychological, and financial damage that has discouraged many film professionals of color, especially women and non-binary folks, from pursuing the careers they truly desire, and from seeking higher levels of support or positions of power.

With the financial impact of COVID-19 putting the doc field's grantmaking abilities at risk, combined with the murders of many unarmed black people in 2020, BGDM and other BIPOC led organizations are refusing to ignore how systemic racism permeates the documentary community as well. BGDM has been fighting for change since our inception. Now is the best time to support us because, in light of the film industry’s increased interest in diversity, equity, and inclusion in response to these global calls to action, BGDM has a unique opportunity to catalyze this moment into deeper organizational sustainability, and to expand our ability to support our members financially through grantmaking."

Brown Girls Doc Mafia (BGDM) Fundraiser organized by Iyabo Boyd Welcome to Brown Girls Doc Mafia and THANKS in advance for your allyship!

14/07/2020

Tune in TONIGHT: DEEJ DeejMovie shows the importance of disability rights and educational
equality when DJ attends Oberlin College as the institution’s first nonspeaking student. Watch encore broadcast tonight
on air at 8/7c on WORLD Channel’s America ReFramed bit.ly/ARF_S5_Deej

Then join us on July 23rd for the 2nd of the Summer Film Series, on Thursday, July 23rd at 5pm PT/8pm ET, with a screening of DEEJ, () followed by a panel conversation on the power of poetry and art, and the potential for that power to create lasting liberatory change—both cultural and political. Register for this free event at: tinyurl.com/DeejNoBodyIsDisposable

YouTube to Host Free Virtual Film Festival With 20 Partners Including Cannes, Tribeca, Sundance 27/04/2020

Keep an eye out for this: "We Are One: A Global Film Festival is being produced and organized by New York’s Tribeca Enterprises. The YouTube-hosted event will feature programming from 20 top film festivals including the Cannes Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, Berlin International Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival and Venice Film Festival.

The online festival is set to run from May 29-June 7, 2020, and will be available at youtube.com/weareone. The free-to-watch programming, which will not include any ads, is to include feature films, shorts, documentaries, music, comedy and panel discussions."

YouTube to Host Free Virtual Film Festival With 20 Partners Including Cannes, Tribeca, Sundance With COVID-19 shuttering film fests worldwide, YouTube has stepped in to launch a 10-day digital film festival this spring with 20 partners — streaming free to cinema fans everywhere. We Are …

Watch Fixed 21/04/2020

Heads up, teachers!

Watch Fixed From botox to bionic limbs, the human body is more "upgradeable" than ever. But how much of it can we alter and still be human? What do we gain or lose in the process? Award-winning documentary, FIXED: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement, explores the social impact of human biotechnologies. Hau...

#StayHomeWatchTogether 15/04/2020

Inspired by this great new initiative . What a great way to get these important works from impact filmmakers out into the world. Find out more here: http://stayhomewatchtogether.com

#StayHomeWatchTogether Stay Home, Watch TogetherPowerful Films with Collective Action is a timely initiative from a dedicated group of impact producers, distributors and documentarists. From April 14th through April 30th, the programme will be open to viewers across the globe....

08/04/2020

Happening now! Open to all!

EVENT DATE/TIME

April 8, 2020, 5-6pm EST

The Neurodiversity Film Series at Appalachian State has been postponed, but please join us for a dialogue with DJ Savarese. This online event is open to everyone!

Join over Zoom: https://appstate.zoom.us/j/610147833

Fixed: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement 08/04/2020

One more week left to sign up for a free 14-day stream of the award-winning Fixed: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement! If you know any educators teaching about disability and/or technology, please let them know!

From botox to bionic limbs, the human body is more “upgradeable” than ever. But how much of it can we alter and still be human? What do we gain or lose in the process? Award-winning documentary, Fixed: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement, explores the social impact of human biotechnologies. Haunting and humorous, poignant and political, Fixed rethinks "disability" and "normalcy" by exploring technologies that promise to change our bodies and minds forever.

"The greatest paradox of cutting edge technologies is their potential to help and hurt humanity. Fixed is a fixture on my syllabus precisely because it allows viewers to wrestle with this paradox in a thoughtful and grounded way. Without fail, my students draw upon the film again and again throughout the semester, in class discussions, reading responses, and final papers, connecting its themes to course texts and contemporary events. I could not ask for more from a teaching tool!" - Ruha Benjamin, Princeton University, author of People’s Science: Bodies and Rights on the Stem Cell Frontier

* Winner of 3 festival awards: “Best of the Festival,” “Harris Jury Prize for Best Film,” and “Best Feature Documentary”

*“Top 10 DVDs of the Year” choice by School Library Journal

* Awarded 3 1/2 stars by Video Librarian

Available with audio description and English descriptive subtitles via streaming; DVDs include these options, plus English, Spanish, Portuguese and French subtitles.

Fixed: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement ***Please note: only US orders go through New Day Films. For orders outside of the U.S., please visit: http://www.fixedthemovie.com/shop/There is a growing buzz around the potential for science and technology to create significant "human enhancement" applications, such as bionic limbs, improved memo...

The CARES Act Becomes Law: What It All Means for Artists 07/04/2020

Helpful webinar for artists!
"The CARES Act Becomes Law: What It All Means for Artists, the Entertainment Industry, and What Comes Next"

The CARES Act Becomes Law: What It All Means for Artists Join Raben Impact Entertainment [a division of The Raben Group], Friends at Work, and HARNESS for a webinar featuring a panel of experts to help breakdown th...

Webinar: Mental Health and Career Sustainability in the Doc World 31/03/2020

Free webinar today at 3pm PT/6pm ET on Mental Health and Career Sustainability in the Doc World. Moderated by Doug Block (The D-Word), panelists include Rebecca Day (Producer/ Psychotherapist), Kelsey Koenig (Impact Partner Films), Heidi Reinberg (Documentary film maker) and Chithra Jeyaram (Documentary film maker).

Webinar: Mental Health and Career Sustainability in the Doc World To the outsider, the person holding the film camera is a story teller and change maker, living a dream life, filled with travel, awards, honor and recognition. To the documentary filmmaker, the pos…

Anonymous Was A Woman 31/03/2020

"Anonymous Was A Woman (AWAW) has introduced an emergency relief grant program to support artists impacted by the Covid-19 crisis. The program will distribute $250,000 in grants, up to $2,500 apiece, to artists who have experienced financial hardship from loss of income or opportunity as a direct result of the crisis. As with AWAW’s annual award, the program is open to women-identifying visual artists over the age of 40 in the United States and territories, and aims to address the unique challenges faced by artists in middle age or older, particularly at this critical time."

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