Posted Tuesday 16 Nov 2010
From isolated schools on the East Coast and the Far North to big city schools and universities, with winning film-makers ranging in ages from 7 to 23, The Outlook for Someday film challenge for 2010 is a showcase for a "diverse, energetic and passionate mix of ideas and viewpoints" related to sustainability.
TVNZ announced 20 winning films and 8 special awards in a recent ceremony for which the Special Guests were the Minister of Broadcasting, Hon Dr Jonathan Coleman and Mayor of Auckland, Len Brown.
The 20 films will be broadcast in programmes to be screened each night of the week of Monday 13 to Friday 17 December by TVNZ 6 on Freeview/TiVo (channel 6) and SKY/Telstra (channel 16). Each programme will be broadcast first at 6.30pm then repeated on the same night at 8.30pm.
They can also be watched at The Outlook for Someday website, where you can vote for the Audience Favourite, with votes closing on 19 December.