TVNZ 6 broadcasts young film-makers' Winning Films and audience gets to vote for their favourite
06 December 2010
The 20 Winning Films from The Outlook for Someday sustainability film challenge for 2010 will be broadcast by TVNZ 6 in programmes screening every night from Monday 13 to Friday 17 December at 6.30pm and 8.30pm.
The programmes offer varied and innovative points of view from young people on the state of our planet. The winning film-makers come from throughout New Zealand and range in ages from 7 to 23.
Viewers will be encouraged in each programme by presenter Wendy Douglas to vote for their favourite from among the 20 Winning Films. The maker(s) of the film which wins the vote will receive a laptop computer and 10 randomly-chosen voters will win vouchers for The Body Shop.
The vote for Audience Favourite, which closes at 5pm on Sunday 19 December, is at The Outlook for Someday website. www.theoutlookforsomeday.net
TVNZ 6 Presents The Outlook for Someday 2010 will be broadcast on Freeview/TiVo (channel 6) and SKY/Telstra (channel 16).
Now in its fourth year, The Outlook for Someday challenge is to make a short sustainability-related film, any genre, filmed with any camera and any length up to 5 minutes. Anyone up to the age of 24 can enter, either individually or in a team.
In mid-November makers of 20 Winning Films received prizes and eight Special Awards were announced at The Outlook for Someday Awards ceremony at TVNZ with special guests the Minister of Broadcasting, Hon Dr Jonathan Coleman and Mayor of Auckland, Len Brown.
A call for entries to the 2011 challenge will be made early in the New Year.
Entries come from individuals and teams from primary, intermediate and secondary schools and tertiary institutions. They are assessed by judges from the worlds of media, education, government and business.
HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGES FOR MEDIA USE:
Still images from the 20 Winning Films are downloadable here.
Images from The Outlook for Someday Awards are downloadable here.
WINNING FILMS IN PROGRAMMES ON TVNZ 6:
Monday 13 December, 6.30pm and 8.30pm
Malice in Wonderland by a team from Renwick School
Humans and Earth by Anna Prestidge & Aisling Rayne from Darfield High School
Down the Toilet by a team from Morrinsville Intermediate School
E Oho Te Wairua by a team from Te Kura o Hiruharama in Ruatoria
Nga Rongo Kino by a team from Te Kura o Hiruharama in Ruatoria
The Green Dot by Lujia Lu from Whangarei Boys’ High School
Tuesday 14 December, 6.30pm and 8.30pm
Sam the Superworm by a team from Newmarket Primary School
The Kaitiaki Children and the Birds by a team from Newmarket Primary School
What Has Happened? by Sameera Wali & Sophie Excell from Parnell District School
Year 2060 by Emmy James from Morrinsville
Lookout for Someday by a team from Kaitaia College
The Envir-o-mentalists by a team from Kaitaia College
Wednesday 15 December, 6.30pm and 8.30pm
Techno Lust by a team from the University of Auckland
Drive by a team from Saint Kentigern College, Michael Park School & Botany Downs Secondary College
Permanent Correction by Orion Holder-Monk and Wilson Cain from Wellington High School and Niki Winer from Samuel Marsden Collegiate School
Crossfire by Mitch Nicholson & Cody Packer from the NZ Broadcasting School at Christchurch Polytechnic and Sebastian Solberg from Birkenhead in Auckland
Thursday 16 December, 6.30pm and 8.30pm
Kotomor: 3 Stories by Susan Smirk from Otago University
7.1 by Mike Nicholas of Papanui High School in Christchurch
State of Community by Emily Martin & Josh White from the NZ Broadcasting School at Christchurch Polytechnic
Earthsong by a team from Western Springs College in Auckland
Friday 17 December, 6.30pm
Special Award Winning Films from Primary and Intermediate Students
Sam the Superworm
The Kaitiaki Children and the Birds
E Oho Te Wairua
Nga Rongo Kino
Down the Toilet
Malice in Wonderland
Friday 17 December, 8.30pm
Special Award Winning Films from Secondary and Tertiary Students
Lookout for Someday
Kotomor: 3 Stories
THE OUTLOOK FOR SOMEDAY:
Funding Partners are ASB Community Trust, the Ministry of Youth Development, Te Puni Kokiri and the Department of Conservation, for whom the project is an initiative for 2010 International Year of Biodiversity.
Project Supporters are the Air New Zealand Environment Trust, The Body Shop, ecostore, Levi’s® Stores, Trade Aid, Panasonic, Orcon, Orb Communications, X105 Hit Radio, Corporate Consumables,Image Centre Group, Good Magazine, Tearaway Magazine, Upstart Magazine, Interface Magazine, South Seas Film & Television School, Waxeye, Screen Directors Guild of New Zealand, Entirely Sound,Karousel Screenprinting and Lothlorien Feijoa Juice.