For Non-Profits, High Schools & Public Libraries

DVD for Non-Profits, High Schools and Public Libraries

A New Kind of Listening will have a powerful impact on the advocacy and education efforts of your Center for Independent Living. Even seasoned advocates will realize new possibilities for deeper relationships and more inclusive communities through the arts.
– Rene Cummins, Exec. Director, Alliance of Disability Advocates CIL, Raleigh, NC

This version of the DVD – $55 + $5.00  s&h domestic US – includes public performance rights for free public events. International orders by credit card only and will include $15 s&h.


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A New Kind of Listening
57 min   |   color   |     4×3   |    ntsc
English with English Subtitles
©2009 The Groove Productions

If you prefer to make a purchase with a check, make check ($75 + $5.00 s&h) out to THE GROOVE PRODUCTIONS and include “New Listening” in memo line. Mail check to:
A New Kind of Listening
c/o The Groove Productions
401 B-1 Foster Street
Durham, North Carolina 27701

You may also download this order form and mail it and a check to address above.

Visit our Community Screening Kit   page to learn more about how to raise money for your organization.

What people are saying . . .

This beautifully successful plea for the inclusive arts movement is strongly recommended for collections serving special populations and those in the arts. Difficult to forget, it should offer inspiration for parents and teachers of special needs children.
– Library Journal, August 2011

As a passionate advocate for school inclusion, I know it’s crucial for students with disabilities to join inclusive communities when they become adults. A New Kind of Listening shows a practical, positive way to build more inclusive communities, one small arts project at a time. It should be required viewing for all student teachers.  I  strongly recommend this film as a media resource for all education professors and students.
– Dan Habib, Director, “Including Samuel”, Filmmaker in Residence, University of New Hampshire Institute on Disability

I highly recommend this to teachers, administrators, and people working in the arts.  Parents and family members will see their own journey reflected in this well crafted film.
– Alice Elliott, award winning filmmaker, “Body & Soul”, “The Collector of Bedford Street”

 

Contact us if you would like to rent the DVD for a one-time event.


Attention Students and Teachers!

We want students and student groups to use A New Kind of Listening to promote dialogue around issues of inclusion and explore opportunities for inclusive arts projects within and beyond your school.   Teachers can use the film to supplement and complement course content across multiple disciplines. If you are a student or teacher and wish to host an event at your school please contact us.