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 film that demonstrates how communities can distribute unwanted goods amongst themselves.
A film about actually seeing.
A challenging and frank look at the effects of teen drug use and how to support young people to sustain their wellbeing.
Generation Zero challenges New Zealand not to give into apathy around climate change.
When the Pollution Queen threatens the rivers, locals take matters into their own hands.
When Bob arrives on Earth, his expectations of paradise are dashed as he discovers that a vital element is under threat.
Having too many names proves to be cause for confusion in this roll-call of alternative titles for one controversial ingredient.
One concerned cow tackles pollution from dairy farming and discovers a farmer who understands the problem.
A hard-hitting yet endearing piece of journalism looking at the principles of Fairtrade and why we should shop consciously.
A look at the importance and value of eels in our rivers and why the health of our waterways is so important.
If we don’t change our attitude to rubbish, the future could be monstrous.