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 man is given pause for reflection and a change of direction when an incessant beeping begins to plague his life.
Narrated in Te Reo Maori, this painterly animation tells the story of the Tuturuatu (Shore Dotterel) and its habitat and survival in New Zealand.
A plainspoken confessional of modern malaise from a young voice alerts us to our wastefulness and disconnection.
A reportage-style piece about cooperation between schools in the quest to preserve and grow paua populations in Northland.
A thirteen-year old girl shows us how to combine a calling for the arts and the call of nature to produce stunning artworks.
All the way from Chicago to Lower Hutt, this film tracks the work of food rescuers who salvage food from around their cities to feed the hungry.
Students probe into the murky debate about cats and native birdlife through interview and anecdotes from New Zealand history.
If you could rewind the things you did what would you change for the better? Two young men show us how a single moment can change a life.