The Outlook for Someday provides budding film-makers with an opportunity to step into the industry and start a conversation about what matters to them.
Māori Television On Demand will showcase the winning films by rangatahi and tamariki Māori from the Someday Challenge in 2016.
The Wireless tells stories for New Zealanders who have grown up in the digital age.
The Coconet is an online community noticeboard celebrating Māori and Pacific success utilising social media to create a virtual village.
We support The Outlook for Someday because of the amazing opportunities it provides for our young people to learn and share our stories via film.
The Adam & Eve Show is proud to support The Outlook for Someday and to bring you The Adam & Eve Show Secondary School Film-makers Award for 2016.
The number one programme for New Zealand teens, The Adam & Eve Show airs every weekday on TV2, and online via our website, app and YouTube.
Hosts Adam & Eve bring you your daily fix of music, movies, sport, celebs, gaming, fashion, crafts and so much more!
What Now has brought its unique brand of fun, gunge, mess and prizes to New Zealand's children since 1981.
Broadcasting live for 2 hours every Sunday morning from 8am on TV2, What Now continues its reign as the most popular kid's show in New Zealand.
Tearaway is created almost entirely by The Mavericks, a bunch of 13-24 year-old Kiwi writers, photographers, film-makers, designers, illustrators, website wizards and social media experts. We're 100% digital – and we're absolutely free to subscribe to.
We’re all about providing media industry experience and peer-driven quality content for young New Zealanders.
We are excited to be supporting The Outlook for Someday as a Media Partner and as sponsor of the Tearaway Secondary School Performance Award.
Upstart Magazine and Upstart Online are produced with the help of primary and intermediate school children and their teachers throughout New Zealand.
Our goal is to provide to all children in Aotearoa New Zealand the opportunity to freely share their thoughts and opinions; to have them published, read - and respected - thereby contributing to their sense of self-worth and identity.
We treat children with respect and integrity and provide inspiration and encouragement for them to participate fully in their communities - both locally and globally.
We're delighted to continue our support for The Outlook for Someday this year through our sponsorship of the Upstart Primary/Intermediate School Performance Award.
SCREENZ is the online news and information service for people in the NZ screen industries and related fields.