News Archive

2010

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 MORE...

The Outlook for Someday Awards celebrate passion and diverse ideas in films about sustainability

11 November 2010 - From isolated schools on the East Coast and the Far North to big city schools and universities, with winning film-makers ranging in ages from 7 to 23, The Outlook for Someday film challenge for 2010 is a showcase for a MORE...

20 Winning Films up for Special Awards in NZ's Sustainability Film Challenge for Young People

27 October 2010 - With subjects ranging from addictive consumerism to the Canterbury earthquake and the local community response, 20 Winning Films have been chosen to go forward for Special Awards in The Outlook for Someday, New Zealand’s sustainability film challenge for young people. The MORE...

The Outlook for Someday Calls for 2010 Entries

22 July 2010 - With last year’s Standout Winner a finalist at the Panda Awards (“the green OSCARS®”), the annual The Outlook for Someday film challenge is growing its profile and building international reputations for young New Zealand film-makers. The Outlook for Someday is MORE...

Young NZ film-maker nominated for jury award at prestigious international festival

20 June 2010 - The short film The Break Up by young New Zealand film-maker Charlee Collins is a Panda Award finalist at the international Wildscreen Festival. It has been selected for screening at the festival and nominated for the Jury’s Choice Award. The Panda MORE...

Heads-up for 2010 Challenge

15 June 2010 - The 4th The Outlook for Someday sustainability film challenge for young people will be launched in early July. The basic challenge is the same as ever: make a sustainability-related film, any genre, filmed with any camera and any length up to MORE...

Young film-maker gets shot at international award for film voted Audience Favourite

22 March 2010 - The Break Up, the film made by 18 year old Charlee Collins in her last year at Kaitaia College, has been nominated for a Panda Award in the international Wildscreen Festival. The film was selected as ‘Stand Out Winner’ of The MORE...