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Brand New Day Entertainment was founded by Kevin Resnick in 2011 as an avenue to focus his artistic vision and bring his creative ideas to fruition.  His intention is to provide a platform to produce stories that depict the journey to find our voice and identity in the world as well as reflect the hilarious and sweet comedy that can often be found in our relationships with family and friends, and in the search for love.

Kevin Resnick is an award-winning writer, director, actor and film instructor who served as an officer in the U.S. Air Force and flew airplanes as a C-130 Navigator. After moving on from the military, his innate flair for comedy allowed him to make a successful living as an actor in New York, where he starred in several acclaimed films on the national festival circuit, receiving Best Actor Nominations for his work on four different occasions. 

As a writer/director, his films have screened in festivals worldwide, to include the Cannes Film Festival, and have won many awards, including multiple Best Film and Audience Choice Awards. 


His short films, On Becoming A Man and Doodles, have been distributed by Shorts International. 

Kevin wrote/directed/produced his first feature film, Cloudy With a Chance of Sunshine. The film had its World Premiere at the Manhattan Film Festival, where it won Best Feature Film in its category. Since then, the film has screened in 9 other festivals, picking up nominations for Best Film, Best Director, and Best Screenplay, among others.


"Cloudy" is distributed by Indie Rights and House Lights Media and is available on Amazon Video and DVD.

Kevin has been the recipient of the ABC TV Veterans' Directing Fellowship, the Canon/Dances with Films Filmmaking Grant, as well as a finalist for the Disney/ABC Directing Fellowship.

He was awarded the Taliesin Nexus filmmakers grant to produce his next film.

In addition to being an Assistant Professor of Film at Georgia Gwinnett College, Kevin has also been a Film Instructor at Georgia Film Academy as well as for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as part of their Veterans Make Movies program.


He has been an invited speaker on panels at the Canon Burbank headquarters, the New York Film Academy, and film festivals nationwide.

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