News Archive

2014

Kapiti teen wins national film challenge with stirring call to action

05 December 2014 - A documentary that travels from the windy city of Chicago to our own breezy Wellington to show the work of food rescuers is this year’s The Body Shop Standout Winner of The Outlook for Someday film challenge. It is one of MORE...

Young New Zealand film-makers rise to challenge to make sustainability films

24 November 2014 - 20 Winning Films Released OnlineVoting Starts for Audience Favourite This year's 20 Winning Films in The Outlook for Someday sustainability film challenge are released today at www.theoutlookforsomeday.net Made by individuals and teams from 7 to 24 years old, the films demonstrate impressive MORE...

Announcing The Someday Shortlist for 2014

29 October 2014 - For the first time in the 8 years of The Outlook for Someday film challenge we are pleased to announce the Shortlist. This year we received 130 entries involving over 500 young people. 40 films have now been shortlisted. 20 Winning Films MORE...

Film challenge to launch young film-makers to international audiences

19 August 2014 - The Outlook for Someday film challenge is calling for entries in 2014 with a prize package for 20 Winning Films that includes exposure to prestigious international festivals. Each year The Someday Challenge asks young people under 25 years of age to MORE...

Young New Zealand film-makers receive unprecedented level of international recognition

22 June 2014 - Young New Zealand film-makers aged from ten to 24 have been recognised this week with nominations in prestigious international film festivals. Eight films made for New Zealand’s sustainability film challenge The Outlook for Someday have received a total of twelve nominations in three European and MORE...

Sustainability film-making workshops available for all young New Zealanders

04 May 2014 - This year’s series of The Outlook for Someday free sustainability film-making workshops will reach more young New Zealanders than ever. 35 one-day regional workshops will take place throughout the country between May and August, making them accessible to all young New MORE...

US premiere in Washington for film by 16-year old New Zealander

23 March 2014 - Arboraceous, a short film made by 16-year old New Zealander Natasha Bishop, has been selected to screen at the prestigious Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital in Washington DC. Selected alongside films made by the BBC, Discovery Channel, France TV MORE...