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2012

16 Year-Old Wins Film Challenge With Her Playful Glimpse Into The Future

06 December 2012 - An animated drama called Arboraceous was announced as The Body Shop Standout Winner at The Someday Awards last night. The 4 minute film was made by 16 year-old Natasha Bishop and is a whimsical take on humanity's need to take care MORE...

A Vital New Voice In Media Production

27 November 2012 - The voice of an emerging generation of film-makers speaks powerfully and clearly through the Winning Films in this year's The Outlook for Someday sustainability film challenge for young people. The 20 films are released today at www.theoutlookforsomeday.net where there is an MORE...

TV broadcasts and $30,000 prize package on offer to young film-makers

10 July 2012 - The Outlook for Someday film challenge for young people is calling for entries in 2012 with its biggest prize package so far and with arrangements for 5 shows to screen winning films on TV and online. Winning films from the 2012 MORE...

Free film-making workshops to help grow a generation of sustainability storytellers

08 May 2012 - Film-making workshops are being held throughout New Zealand by The Outlook for Someday sustainability film project for young people. The free one-day workshops are open to students from years 7 to 13 as well as primary/intermediate teachers and youth workers. They offer MORE...

Heads Up for 2012 Film Challenge and Workshop Series

07 March 2012 - The entry deadline for The Outlook for Someday film challenge in 2012 is 21 September. Building on the success of last year's pilot Workshop Series there will also be film-making workshops throughout New Zealand this year. We hope to run at MORE...