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.
Where provocative art once flourished, bland corporate messages have taken over. An exploration into the background behind some visual images of prote
A frightening future where a repressive regime bans the use of te reo Maori and chaos reigns.
A tug-of-love story about a well-worn, pre-loved jumper whose owner can’t quite face the idea of its demise.
Environmental Man raps about how to look after the environment while remaining true to your inner green gangsta.
A documentary about the meaning of Kaitiaki and our responsibility to future generations.
A colourful presentation showing some of the simple ways we can aid our environment – at times so vibrant you can almost smell it.
In a barren future, a desperate man is driven to communicate with his past self, and finds that a garden-variety household item holds the key to salva
An uncaring attitude towards waste disposal leads to events of horror movie proportions.
Dastardly Consumerism Cad’s evil scheme threatens to destroy the planet, but The Renewables are on hand to foil his terrible plans.
A concerned tui watches as a destructively ravenous little huhu grub consumes all around him, but Tui has a plan to foil Huhu’s worst excesses. A tale
Following the Christchurch earthquake of February 2011 this documentary discovers that there is more to re-building than bricks and mortar.