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2016

Family Tribute Films Win Someday Challenge

08 December 2016 - Two strongly personal family tribute films have scooped 2016’s top honours in The Outlook for Someday film challenge. The Body Shop Standout Winner is a film by 15 year old Sarah Ridsdale celebrating her uncle’s role in creating a haven for MORE...

Announcing Diverse Someday Challenge 2016 Winners

28 November 2016 - Miramar tour for winning young film-makersVoting Starts for Audience Favourite  13 of the 20 winning films in the 10ᵗʰ annual Someday Challenge have been made by young women film-makers or teams. 6 of them have been made by Māori film-makers or MORE...

Check out the 2016 Someday Shortlist

28 October 2016 - Congratulations to the film-makers whose short films have made the Someday Shortlist for 2016. The 39 shortlisted films are listed below. They have been selected from the 115 entries to this year's Someday Challenge. As well as celebrating the shortlisted films we commiserate with all MORE...

More international nominations than ever before for Someday films

21 August 2016 - Eleven films by young New Zealanders have been selected by international film festivals from around the world. That's over half of the 20 winning films from The Outlook for Someday sustainability film challenge in 2015. The young film-makers being recognised internationally are from all MORE...

Young New Zealanders making films for good

17 July 2016 - What does sustainability mean to you? Since 2007 The Outlook for Someday has received over a thousand answers to that question by young New Zealanders entering its annual film challenge. Now in its 10th year The Outlook for Someday is Aotearoa's New MORE...

Calling young people: film-making workshops throughout New Zealand

26 June 2016 - More young people than ever before will take part this year in free film-making workshops run by The Outlook for Someday sustainability film project. Up to 1000 are expected to participate in the workshops from June to August. 43 one-day and two-day MORE...