Someday Film Challenge

Posted Tuesday 15 Sep 2020

Are our young people engaged in caring for our world? Are they creative storytellers? We'd like to say a resounding YES! The Someday Film Challenge is for anyone under the age of 25 to have a crack at making a short film and entering into the Someday Challenge! The challenge is to create a short film on a theme of sustainability - human, social, economic or environmental. But get moving because entries close on Friday September 18!

Check out for more information and the entry form.

As always there are prizes and awards on offer including hut passes from the Department of Conservation and vouchers to spend at Photogear!

Winners are invited to a glittering awards ceremony in Auckland where they can connect with filmmaking peers and meet industry professionals.

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Survey to discover how Covid is affecting creative sectors

Posted Tuesday 15 Sep 2020

What effect is Covid-19 having on the arts, culture and creative sectors? Te Taumata-Toi-a-Iwi, Auckland's Arts Regional Trust, would really appreciate your help to understand the impact six months on from the first lockdown, and in these early weeks that follow the second lockdown.

Help Te Taumata-Toi-a-Iwi build a picture of the sectors' responses to the virus by taking this short 10-15 minute online survey.

Your responses will be confidential, and we will not attribute anything you write to you. The survey will take 10-15 minutes to complete.

Please forward the survey on to your friends and colleagues in the creative sector, as Te Taumata-Toi-a-Iwi is really keen to get a wide scope of responses.

This survey follows one they distributed earlier this year and they would love to hear from you again to see how/if the landscape has changed for you in the last six months.