News Archive

2013

Musical comedy takes top honour in national film challenge

06 December 2013 - A musical comedy co-directed by four young women from Hamilton was announced as The Body Shop Standout Winner at The Someday Awards in Auckland last night. Today is the Day, made by Hillcrest High School students Bella Cook, Elizabeth Newton-Jackson, Emma MORE...

Young New Zealand Film-makers Step Up for Sustainability

22 November 2013 - This year's 20 Winning Films in The Outlook for Someday sustainability film challenge are released today at www.theoutlookforsomeday.net with an online vote for Audience Favourite closing on Monday 2 December. Made by individuals and teams from 7 to 24 years old MORE...

17 year old New Zealander wins at prestigious Japanese film festival

12 August 2013 - Seventeen year old New Zealander Natasha Bishop, the youngest film-maker ever to have a film selected at the Japan Wildlife Film Festival (JWFF), is celebrating today after winning two awards at the festival. Her short film Arboraceous won the Best Newcomer MORE...

Calling young people to make change with film

24 June 2013 - The Outlook for Someday is calling for young people all over New Zealand to change the world with film. Red-carpet glory, prizes and national recognition are on offer for the winning film-makers, with previous winners also achieving international acclaim. Now in its MORE...

Largest number of free film-making workshops to help grow a generation of sustainability storytellers

02 May 2013 - The Outlook for Someday presents its third annual series of free one-day sustainability film-making workshops, with the largest number of workshops ever scheduled to give more young people across New Zealand the chance to participate. The 33 workshops are being held MORE...

Animation by 16 year old film-maker nominated for prestigious international film festival

28 April 2013 - Arboraceous, a 4 minute short film by 16 year old New Zealand student Natasha Bishop, has been nominated for the prestigious Japan Wildlife Film Festival (JWFF), where it will compete with 42 other films made by the likes of the MORE...