1. The Real Melbourne Water

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    Runners up for the SH2Ort Film Competition.

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    • Natasha Bishop on The 4.30 Show in 2015

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      ‘Grassroots Skype’ about The Outlook for Someday with award-winning film-maker Natasha Bishop 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 Outlook for Someday project is run by Connected Media Charitable Trust at www.theoutlookforsomeday.net Please show your support at www.connectedmedia.org/donate for our work to help grow a generation of sustainability storytellers.

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      • Climate Change - a warning (of sorts)

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        Some S2 boys from Lathallan School in Scotland decide to tell the tale of an apocalyptic view of the future should we do nothing about climate change.

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        • Lullabye - Elysium Exit

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          Directed by Elysium Exit (2014) Daniel Trainor Jade Browne Jordan Browne Jake Ngawaka Moehau Hodges-Tai Special thanks to: Stefan Dimitrof, Chrisna Swart and Richard Wybrow Rialto 48 hour Film Competition. Waikato Regional winner of: Best Cinematography Best Original Score Nominated nationally for: Best Cinematography Best Original Score

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          • Tōmairangi Harvey on Te Kāea – 28 May 2015

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            A story on Te Kāea (Māori Television) about the nomination of Tōmairangi Harvey’s film 'Te Ao o te Tuturuatu' for the Japan Wildlife Film Festival. 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 Outlook for Someday project is run by Connected Media Charitable Trust at www.theoutlookforsomeday.net Please show your support at www.connectedmedia.org/donate for our work to help grow a generation of sustainability storytellers.

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            • Tōmairangi Harvey on Te Kāea – 29 May 2015

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              A story on Te Kāea (Māori Television) about Tōmairangi Harvey receiving support to travel to the Japan Wildlife Film Festival in August 2015. 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 Outlook for Someday project is run by Connected Media Charitable Trust at www.theoutlookforsomeday.net Please show your support at www.connectedmedia.org/donate for our work to help grow a generation of sustainability storytellers.

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              • The Fischer Enquiry - Winner of 'Best Script' and 'The Peoples Choice Award' in The Glastonbury Film Challenge 2015

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                Locally produced Eco Noir .. directed by John Callow. From a piece of string... it tells the tale of impending world calamity.

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                • TOP LOAD - Winner of Best Film (Under 16) Glastonbury Film Challenge 2015

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                  A very funny little mockumentary by 14 year old, up and coming director Michael Corrigan. The whole deal with film challenges is that it gives an open opportunity to anyone interested in film making .. and thus discovers new talent. Well done Michael. I'm sure you will have a GREAT FUTURE IN FILM MAKING.

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                  • 'Blind Grace' Winner of 'Best Original Score' Glastonbury Film Challenge 2015

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                    A slightly disturbing film from a blind womans perspective of the world in the genre of Southern Gothic. Directed and performed by Pandora's Box

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                    • 'Broken Fences' John Murphy Winner of 'Best Actor' award - Glastonbury Film Challenge 2015

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                      A clever yet subtle Southern Gothic tale of relationships, shoes & fences. Directed and starring John Murphy as the girl next door, Caitlin. A Jindie Film production.

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