Category Archives: Member Profiles

September 2019 Meet New Day

September 2019 Meet New Day

We are the filmmaking team who created In the Executioner’s Shadow. Maggie has been making documentary films on environmental and social issues for over 30 years.
Meet New Day: Harleen Singh

Meet New Day: Harleen Singh

Meet Harleen Singh, an award winning documentary filmmaker committed to telling stories that inspire viewers to look beyond their limitations and achieve their goals.
Meet New Day - Lauren Knapp

Meet New Day – Lauren Knapp

I'm a documentary filmmaker and video journalist interested in shedding light on touchstone issues through intimate storytelling. The Sandman is a short documentary that profiles the doctor leading Georgia's lethal injection team.
Meet New Day: Joel Fendelman

Meet New Day: Joel Fendelman

My name is Joel Fendelman, and I'm an independent filmmaker who strives to embrace socially conscious stories that deal with religion, social class, and race.
Meet New Day: Anike Tourse

Meet New Day: Anike Tourse

by Anike Tourse

I’m a multimedia maker with experience working both in front of and behind the camera. I’ve written for television series including One Life to Live and Girlfriends and I’m the writer and director of a short film called America; I Too, which stars Academy Award nominee Barkhad Abdi, with music from Grammy winner Quetzal.
Meet New Day: Michelle Aguilar

Meet New Day: Michelle Aguilar

by Michelle Aguilar

I am a documentary filmmaker committed to social equality and fair representation of marginalized populations. I make my films with the intention of connecting people, alleviating ethnocentrism, and providing visual and narrative evidence to help people learn about the world in which we live.
Meet New Day: Julie Mallozzi

Meet New Day: Julie Mallozzi

by Julie Mallozzi

I am an independent documentary filmmaker and teacher based in Boston, MA. As a person of mixed heritage, I am interested in the ways cultural traditions from around the globe intersect, hybridize, and are turned to new social purposes far from their original context.
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