News Archive

2015

Sex slavery film wins national youth challenge

10 December 2015 - A powerful documentary about an organisation that goes undercover to end sex slavery is this year’s The Body Shop Standout Winner in The Outlook for Someday film challenge. NVader, made by 16-year old Hunter Williams, is a brave, sensitive and cinematic MORE...

Announcing The Someday Challenge 2015 Winners

30 November 2015 - Young New Zealand film-makers speak out about what’s important to themVoting Starts for Audience Favourite  This year’s winning films in The Outlook for Someday sustainability film challenge are announced today. They have been made by individuals and teams from 7 to 19 years MORE...

The 2015 Someday Shortlist is Out

29 October 2015 - Congratulations to the film-makers whose short films have made the Someday Shortlist for 2015. This year there were 156 entries to the Someday Challenge. The 40 shortlisted films are listed below. For the first time in 9 years of the film challenge MORE...

12 year old New Zealander wins award and sets record at Japanese film festival

25 August 2015 - Twelve year old Tomairangi Harvey is celebrating in Tokyo after winning an award last night at the Japan Wildlife Film Festival. Her short film Te Ao o te Tuturuatu received the Best Young Film-maker Award. The film is a five minute animated MORE...

Film challenge takes young New Zealanders to the world

16 July 2015 - Entries are open at www.theoutlookforsomeday.net for the film challenge that takes young New Zealand film-makers to international audiences. So far five winning films from last year’s Someday Challenge have received nominations in international film festivals. The Someday Challenge asks young New Zealanders MORE...

From film-making workshops to international film festivals

14 June 2015 - The free film-making workshops that offer a pathway for young New Zealanders to make their mark on the world stage are underway again. The workshops are part of The Outlook for Someday film project, which supports young people to make MORE...