WIFT Young Woman Film-maker Award

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WIFT Young Woman Film-Maker Award

Project 2012-08-09 21:22:58 +1200

Now in its 6th year, The Outlook for Someday challenge is to make a short sustainability-related film. Anyone up to age 24 can enter, either individually or in a team.

20 Winning Films are chosen each year and are celebrated at The Someday Awards red-carpet ceremony in Auckland, where Special Awards are announced.

This year there has also been a nationwide series of 21 free sustainability film-making workshops for young people, teachers and youth workers.

The Outlook for Someday is run by Connected Media Charitable Trust with an objective of helping to grow a generation of sustainability storytellers.

One of the main ways the Trust gets funding to run the project is sponsorship of Special Awards. 

In 2012 Connected Media and WIFT (Women in Film and Television) have decided together that one of the Special Awards should be the WIFT YOUNG WOMAN FILM-MAKER AWARD for a film made by a young woman film-maker or team.

WIFT is not in a position to provide financial sponsorship so that’s why we’re making the call here for you to support The Outlook for Someday’s first crowd-funded special award.

The entry deadline for the film challenge in 2012 is 21 September. Full details are at www.theoutlookforsomeday.net

You can watch the Winning Films from all previous years at www.theoutlookforsomeday.net/winning-films

And here is The Outlook for Someday on Facebook: www.facebook.com/theoutlookforsomeday

Meet The Outlook for Someday team on  the PledgeMe Blog: http://blog.pledgeme.co.nz/does-anyone-have-james-camerons-number/

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You can still help The Outlook for Someday

27/09/2012 at 10:30 PM

Thank you to the 42 people who pledged. Your support is much appreciated. Unfortunately we only got a third of the way to our crowdfunding target... so your pledges won't get charged to your credit cards.

If you would still like to support The Outlook for Someday and the WIFT Young Woman Film-maker Award you are very welcome to make a donation here:
http://connectedmedia.org/donate

And let us know if you would like one of the rewards from our PledgeMe campaign. You can put that information in the 'message' field before you give your credit card details.

Alternatively, if you would prefer to make an anonymous donation, you can do that here:
http://www.givealittle.co.nz/org/connectedmedia

Thanks again for your support

Counting down to midnight...

17/09/2012 at 5:22 AM

Hi everyone. This is our last ditch appeal. The clock is ticking down to our deadline at midnight tonight. We need your support to reach our target. Every little bit helps us to get there. Please spread the word among your friends and networks. There has been a late surge of pledges today…. Please help us to get over the line…

A message from David...

11/09/2012 at 1:47 AM

Kia ora folks, David Jacobs here, Director of The Outlook for Someday.

We’ve got only one week to go for this PledgeMe crowdfunding appeal.

At the moment we are only a sixth of the way to our target. And if we don’t reach the target then we don’t receive any of the support which 27 people have so far pledged…

Please can you help. I know that some of you will only be able to afford a small pledge but others will be able to dig a bit deeper. And for anyone who can dig really deep we have just created a new reward by which you get to go onstage and join WIFT in presenting the Young Woman Film-maker Award at The Someday Awards red-carpet ceremony in Auckland.

The deadline for pledges is one minute to midnight next Monday 17th. For anyone overseas please note that’s NZ time.

Meet The Outlook for Someday Team!

04/09/2012 at 12:10 AM

Take a look at our team on the PledgeMe blog http://blog.pledgeme.co.nz/does-anyone-have-james-camerons-number/

    Pledgers 42

    Phil Shingler
    2012-09-17 23:04:57 +1200
    Grant Forsyth
    2012-09-17 22:09:20 +1200
    Tim O'Donovan
    2012-09-17 20:24:35 +1200
    Anonymous pledger
    2012-09-17 19:51:06 +1200
    Anthea Ogilvie
    2012-09-17 19:00:58 +1200
    Anonymous pledger
    2012-09-17 17:02:40 +1200
    Stephen Simpson
    2012-09-17 16:33:10 +1200
    Melanya Burrows
    2012-09-17 16:05:20 +1200
    Rex McIntosh
    2012-09-17 15:51:43 +1200
    Lala
    2012-09-17 15:48:42 +1200
    Emily McDowell
    2012-09-17 15:33:17 +1200
    Kenyon Ogilvie
    2012-09-16 05:23:02 +1200
    Fraser St Clair Brown
    2012-09-14 21:20:02 +1200
    Anonymous pledger
    2012-09-14 13:01:56 +1200
    Anonymous pledger
    2012-09-11 13:20:14 +1200
    Geoffrey
    2012-09-01 14:11:12 +1200
    Judi Bevan
    2012-08-30 23:27:10 +1200
    Geoff Lealand
    2012-08-30 13:12:44 +1200
    Dorothy Wilson
    2012-08-29 17:24:47 +1200
    Mandy Hager
    2012-08-27 15:33:48 +1200
    Lyn Collie
    2012-08-26 22:41:39 +1200
    notable pictures
    2012-08-26 14:52:20 +1200
    Paul Grinder
    2012-08-26 14:28:19 +1200
    Anonymous pledger
    2012-08-25 16:48:50 +1200
    Erwin van Asbeck
    2012-08-24 14:59:39 +1200
    Roger Horrocks
    2012-08-24 14:58:48 +1200
    Dale Ferris
    2012-08-24 14:07:05 +1200
    Lyndon Burford
    2012-08-24 13:48:57 +1200
    emily
    2012-08-24 13:39:14 +1200
    Kathy McRae
    2012-08-24 12:23:15 +1200

    Followers

    Followers of WIFT Young Woman Film-maker Award

    WIFT Young Woman Film-Maker Award

    Project 2012-08-09 21:22:58 +1200

    Now in its 6th year, The Outlook for Someday challenge is to make a short sustainability-related film. Anyone up to age 24 can enter, either individually or in a team.

    20 Winning Films are chosen each year and are celebrated at The Someday Awards red-carpet ceremony in Auckland, where Special Awards are announced.

    This year there has also been a nationwide series of 21 free sustainability film-making workshops for young people, teachers and youth workers.

    The Outlook for Someday is run by Connected Media Charitable Trust with an objective of helping to grow a generation of sustainability storytellers.

    One of the main ways the Trust gets funding to run the project is sponsorship of Special Awards. 

    In 2012 Connected Media and WIFT (Women in Film and Television) have decided together that one of the Special Awards should be the WIFT YOUNG WOMAN FILM-MAKER AWARD for a film made by a young woman film-maker or team.

    WIFT is not in a position to provide financial sponsorship so that’s why we’re making the call here for you to support The Outlook for Someday’s first crowd-funded special award.

    The entry deadline for the film challenge in 2012 is 21 September. Full details are at www.theoutlookforsomeday.net

    You can watch the Winning Films from all previous years at www.theoutlookforsomeday.net/winning-films

    And here is The Outlook for Someday on Facebook: www.facebook.com/theoutlookforsomeday

    Meet The Outlook for Someday team on  the PledgeMe Blog: http://blog.pledgeme.co.nz/does-anyone-have-james-camerons-number/

    Comments

    You can still help The Outlook for Someday

    27/09/2012 at 10:30 PM

    Thank you to the 42 people who pledged. Your support is much appreciated. Unfortunately we only got a third of the way to our crowdfunding target... so your pledges won't get charged to your credit cards.

    If you would still like to support The Outlook for Someday and the WIFT Young Woman Film-maker Award you are very welcome to make a donation here:
    http://connectedmedia.org/donate

    And let us know if you would like one of the rewards from our PledgeMe campaign. You can put that information in the 'message' field before you give your credit card details.

    Alternatively, if you would prefer to make an anonymous donation, you can do that here:
    http://www.givealittle.co.nz/org/connectedmedia

    Thanks again for your support

    Counting down to midnight...

    17/09/2012 at 5:22 AM

    Hi everyone. This is our last ditch appeal. The clock is ticking down to our deadline at midnight tonight. We need your support to reach our target. Every little bit helps us to get there. Please spread the word among your friends and networks. There has been a late surge of pledges today…. Please help us to get over the line…

    A message from David...

    11/09/2012 at 1:47 AM

    Kia ora folks, David Jacobs here, Director of The Outlook for Someday.

    We’ve got only one week to go for this PledgeMe crowdfunding appeal.

    At the moment we are only a sixth of the way to our target. And if we don’t reach the target then we don’t receive any of the support which 27 people have so far pledged…

    Please can you help. I know that some of you will only be able to afford a small pledge but others will be able to dig a bit deeper. And for anyone who can dig really deep we have just created a new reward by which you get to go onstage and join WIFT in presenting the Young Woman Film-maker Award at The Someday Awards red-carpet ceremony in Auckland.

    The deadline for pledges is one minute to midnight next Monday 17th. For anyone overseas please note that’s NZ time.

    Meet The Outlook for Someday Team!

    04/09/2012 at 12:10 AM

    Take a look at our team on the PledgeMe blog http://blog.pledgeme.co.nz/does-anyone-have-james-camerons-number/
      Phil Shingler
      2012-09-17 23:04:57 +1200
      Grant Forsyth
      2012-09-17 22:09:20 +1200
      Tim O'Donovan
      2012-09-17 20:24:35 +1200
      Anonymous pledger
      2012-09-17 19:51:06 +1200
      Anthea Ogilvie
      2012-09-17 19:00:58 +1200
      Anonymous pledger
      2012-09-17 17:02:40 +1200
      Stephen Simpson
      2012-09-17 16:33:10 +1200
      Melanya Burrows
      2012-09-17 16:05:20 +1200
      Rex McIntosh
      2012-09-17 15:51:43 +1200
      Lala
      2012-09-17 15:48:42 +1200
      Emily McDowell
      2012-09-17 15:33:17 +1200
      Kenyon Ogilvie
      2012-09-16 05:23:02 +1200
      Fraser St Clair Brown
      2012-09-14 21:20:02 +1200
      Anonymous pledger
      2012-09-14 13:01:56 +1200
      Anonymous pledger
      2012-09-11 13:20:14 +1200
      Geoffrey
      2012-09-01 14:11:12 +1200
      Judi Bevan
      2012-08-30 23:27:10 +1200
      Geoff Lealand
      2012-08-30 13:12:44 +1200
      Dorothy Wilson
      2012-08-29 17:24:47 +1200
      Mandy Hager
      2012-08-27 15:33:48 +1200
      Lyn Collie
      2012-08-26 22:41:39 +1200
      notable pictures
      2012-08-26 14:52:20 +1200
      Paul Grinder
      2012-08-26 14:28:19 +1200
      Anonymous pledger
      2012-08-25 16:48:50 +1200
      Erwin van Asbeck
      2012-08-24 14:59:39 +1200
      Roger Horrocks
      2012-08-24 14:58:48 +1200
      Dale Ferris
      2012-08-24 14:07:05 +1200
      Lyndon Burford
      2012-08-24 13:48:57 +1200
      emily
      2012-08-24 13:39:14 +1200
      Kathy McRae
      2012-08-24 12:23:15 +1200

      Followers of WIFT Young Woman Film-maker Award

      This campaign was unsuccessful and finished on 17/09/2012 at 11:04 PM.