The Outlook for Someday Registrations Open for 2013 Workshop Series

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The Outlook for Someday 2013is excited to present its third annual series of free one-day sustainability film-making workshops.

The workshops are open to students from school years 7 to 13 as well as teachers and youth workers.

This is an opportunity for young people and adults to upskill together and to engage withThe Outlook for Somedayas a vehicle for sustainability film-making.

32 workshops have been scheduled from May to August throughout the country. The idea is that a workshop will be accessible to any young person wherever they live in New Zealand.

Locations, dates and venue details are onThe Outlook for Somedaywebsite.

Each workshop will run from 9am to 4.30pm.

Spaces are limited to 25 participants per workshop.

Students, teachers and youth workers are invited to register for a workshop in their area by using the onlineregistration form

Last year 955 young people took part inThe Outlook for Somedayfilm challenge and workshops. A new record was set of 191 entered films on the big issue of our time sustainability.

Anyone up to age 24 can enter the film challenge, either individually or in a team. That’s anyone who was born in 1989 or later and is a Citizen or Resident of New Zealand or studying or working lawfully in New Zealand.

The basics are the same as ever: make a sustainability-related film, any genre, filmed with any camera and any length up to 5 minutes.

You can watch the Winning Films from all previous yearshere….. and DVDs of each year’s Winning Films are availablehere….

The Entry Deadline in 2013 is 13 September.

Well announce this years prizes and Special Awards in the middle of the year.

Meanwhile theToolkitcontains what you need to enter the challenge, including the Entry Form, and stuff to help you make your film.

Were also working on an online Entry Form. Well email you again when its ready

Best wishes from The Outlook for Someday team here at Connected Media: David, Ilai, Chris and Yamin

 

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