The Outlook for Someday needs someone to manage submission of regular funding applications, provide operations support and overall coordination of office, financial and human resources as we rebrand and reinvent our awesome filmmaking initiatives for young, new and emerging filmmakers.
The Someday team is delighted to announce commissioning of six films by exciting new talent of Aotearoa.
A beautiful and poetic reflection on the film-maker’s relationship with grief following the loss of his younger brother to cancer
What is consent? In a world where confusion abounds, this edgy drama explores the issue and importance of personal responsibility..
A group of teenagers, touched by the plight of homeless people in their community, set about building lockers in which the homeless can safely stow their possessions
Someone at school has written a note about feeling sad and lonely. Who could it be? Two students appoint themselves detectives on the case to find out…
Teenage Ana is not very impressed when her mum instructs her to deliver food to the marae but once there, she makes an unexpected and exciting discovery – her past
A sobering reflection on the consequences of our disposable habits and the impact this may have for future generations
A delightful re-telling of the Māori legend, Te Riri o Mataaho, about an Auckland volcano
Documentary-maker Marco Varray explores the ways that locals preserve the stunning beauty of Banks Peninsula
Stuart is a tawaki, a Fiordland crested penguin whose life is under threat from rodents. Then he gets a call from the Prime Minister with exciting news…
A fun and quirky take on rethinking our daily coffee drinking habits