Recorded in 2020, this conversation features curator Nellie Killian talking with Liane Brandon and Amalie R. Rothschild, who were two of the four founders of New Day Films, a co-op film distribution company that began in 1971.
Directed by Julia Reichert and Jim Klein • 1971 • United States
Hailed by Susan Sontag (“One of those painful experiences that’s good for you”), Gloria Steinem (“A true and piercing look at American womanhood”), and Elizabeth Hardwick (“In its unadorned truthfulness there is a sad and simple poe...
Directed by Joyce Chopra and Claudia Weill • 1972 • United States
Starring Joyce Chopra
In feminist filmmaker Joyce Chopra’s JOYCE AT 34 (codirected with Claudia Weill, who would later direct the great unsung GIRLFRIENDS), Chopra examines the demands of juggling a baby and a professional career.