The Outlook for Someday
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The Outlook for Someday is New Zealand’s sustainability film project for young people.
The Someday Challenge is for anyone up to age 24 to make a sustainability-related film, any genre, any length up to 5 minutes.
The Someday Workshops are sustainability film-making workshops for young people, teachers and youth workers.
The project is run by Connected Media Charitable Trust.
Please show your support at www.connectedmedia.org/donate for our work to help grow a generation of sustainability storytellers.
A seven-year old girl asks her mother questions no seven-year old should ever have to ask. This documentary chronicles how Quinn Hautapu inspires peop
Words tumble from the mouth of a young poet as a waterfall of images of urban New Zealand drives us to a fundamental question: what will we leave behi
Following one woman and her hobby, this biopic gives us a snapshot of a passion that never ceases to give pleasure and warmth.
To a languorous beat as lilting as a summer’s day, this music video riffs about the importance of bees to our lives and to life itself on earth.
A simple, achievable option for cutting waste and harmful emissions the world over. A film to make you think, and act.
We follow a news crew as they witness the cutting down of the last tree, and the civil unrest that ensues in the fight to save it.
Part parable of humanity, part real-life experience of young people searching for a subject to drive their passion in a homework assignment, this stor
Animating a story of ecology with the same simplicity and care with which we should treat our earth, this film gracefully entreats us to act for the g
Adorable honeybees speak up about their plight in today’s world. Mixing live-action puppetry and documentary reporting, this film shows how the declin
This documentary discusses the multiple threats facing New Zealand’s native shorebirds and what one community is doing to protect its avian inhabitant
Made of the times, for the times, this film critiques our online interactions and illustrates how they can fall short of true communication.
A rich man buys a rainforest only to find that someone has been cutting down the trees and he wants to get to the root of it.