News Archive

2008

Young film-makers tell us what they think about the global future

05 December 2008 - Young film-makers from throughout New Zealand have spoken loudly and clearly about the global future in the second The Outlook for Someday sustainability film challenge for young New Zealanders. Keisha Castle Hughes and the Hon Paula Bennett, Minister of Youth Affairs, MORE...

Film challenge prizes link film-making with sustainability

05 September 2008 - The prize package this year for THE OUTLOOK FOR SOMEDAY sustainability film challenge is designed to assist young film-makers to make sustainability-related films. Now in its second year, the challenge for New Zealanders up to 20 years is to make a MORE...

Wanted: films with fresh young views on sustainability

09 July 2008 - Young New Zealanders are being given their say on sustainability with THE OUTLOOK FOR SOMEDAY film challenge for 2008 launched nationwide today. Now in its second year, the challenge for anyone up to 20 years is to make a short film. It MORE...

All-star line-up tackles sustainability in documentary with young film-makers

30 May 2008 - An all-star line-up of Prime Minister Helen Clark, John Key, the Māori King Tuheitia Paki, Oscar nominee Keisha Castle-Hughes, hip-hop pioneer DLT and advertising heavyweight Toby Talbot is put under the spotlight and challenged by young film-makers in a documentary MORE...

Young South Island film-makers share sustainability film prize

15 April 2008 - Two short films – one a parody of Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth and the other a documentary about living sustainability locally - have tied in the online vote for Best Winning Film in the inaugural The Outlook for Someday MORE...