DVD and Streaming
Use film to educate, entertain, and start important conversations!
For use at an organization or university visit NEW DAY FILMS, a unique filmmaker-run distribution company.
Recommended Subject Areas > *Psychology *Sociology *Social Work *Family Studies *Women & Gender Studies *Men’s Studies *Diversity *LGBTQ Studies *Media/ Culture and Communications *American/ Popular Culture *Public Health *Body Image Issues *Religious Studies
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If you order a DVD in April, you not only get a $10 discount, but our distributor will also donate $10 to support our partners at About-Face!
For $10 off towards the DVD, you can also visit New Day Films and enter the code: CG5ENJ
Institutions (Colleges/Universities) $289 Orig: $299
Community Groups/ Public Libraries/K-12 Schools $109 Orig: $129
Rental $45 Orig: $65
Or Call New Day Films: 888-367-9154
For Canadians! BODY TYPED is now being distributed by Kinetic Video.
Through NEW DAY DIGITAL you can now stream either as an individual or as an institution. New Day’s strategy is simple – find out what customers want in streaming media and provide it at prices they can afford.
5 Years, Institutional (Education / Nonprofit) $ 299.00
14 Days, In-Class Use $ 60.00
21 days, Individual Use Only $ 4.99
Home Video Streaming
For private use you can order the film directly through the filmmaker. This will allow you to stream all three films plus DVD extras online.
“These films make the study of society and the media relevant to students by speaking to their everyday experiences and inspires them to speak as well — guaranteed to spark lively classroom conversations.”
- Astra Taylor, Department of Sociology SUNY New Paltz
WET DREAMS AND FALSE IMAGES, 12 min.
(Winner: Sundance Film Festival, ALA/ YALSA Award)
Exposes the art of digital photo-retouching. How do images of perfect female beauty influence men’s perceptions of real women? And, how we see ourselves?
THE GUARANTEE, 11 min.
(Winner: Best Short Film – Newport International Film Festival)
Teasing, self-perception, cultural identity, and plastic surgery. How would changing our bodies to try to fit an image alter the way we see ourselves? — Or even who we are? A dancer’s hilarious story about his prominent “Italian” nose and the effect it has on his career.
34x25x36, 8 min.
(National PBS Broadcast on POV)
A look at mannequins, religion and perfection. Enter the inner workings of the Patina V Mannequin Factory and see what goes into making “the ideal woman of the moment” — in plastic.
“Recommended for academic and public libraries, Body Typed is an excellent instructional and discussion resource for communication, media, psychology, and gender curricula.-”Educational Media Reviews Online