The New World is a 2005 British-American romantic historical drama film written and directed by Terrence Malick, depicting the founding of the Jamestown, Virginia settlement and inspired by the historical figures Captain John Smith, Pocahontas of the Powatan Native American tribe, and Englishman, John Rolfe. It is the fourth feature film written and directed by Malick.
Birth Control (also known as The New World) is a 1917 film produced by and starring Margaret Sanger and describing her family planning work. It was the first film banned under the 1915 ruling of the United States Supreme Court in Mutual Film Corporation v. Industrial Commission of Ohio, which held that the exhibition of films did not constitute free speech.
New World is the second album by Do As Infinity, released 2001.
Naya Sansar ("New World") is a 1940 Hindi film on radical journalism, directed by reporter turned director, N. R. Acharya (1909–1993), and written by a journalist himself, Khwaja Ahmad Abbas, who started his film career with this film. It won him the Bengal Film Journalists' Association Award for the best story and screenplay.
New World was an Australian pop group that existed from the mid-1960s to the late 1970s. They are best known for their Top 10 hit single, "Tom-Tom Turnaround", which was released in 1971. Most of their biggest successes were written by Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman.
New World is the third album by The Zombies recorded in 1990 and released in April 1991. According to the liner notes, it was recorded primarily to protect the name of the band in response to numerous groups of imposters that were then touring the US. The line up was different and notably, Rod Argent was unavailable to join them for more than instrumentals on one track.
New World is the fourth album by singer/songwriter Karla Bonoff and her first in six years. In 1989, Linda Ronstadt included three of Bonoff's compositions on her Cry Like a Rainstorm, Howl Like the Wind album and one, "All My Life", won a Grammy for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. In 1993, Wynonna Judd scored a Country hit with Bonoff's "Tell Me Why" on which Bonoff played guitar and sang backing vocals.