The Outlook for Someday 2015

This year’s winning films in The Outlook for Someday sustainability film challenge have been announced and you can vote for your favourite now. 

You can check out the 20 winning films on the Outlook for Someday website.  You can vote for your favourite in the Element People's Choice Award. 

As well as films dealing with pressing environmental issues such as wetland restoration, species extinction and care for resources there are others which tackle challenging social issues such as bullying, sex slavery and body image pressure on young women.

There is also some edgy storytelling, including a dystopian vision of compulsory euthanasia and a powerful voice from South Auckland asking us to pay attention to youth suicide.

It's gripping stuff. Watch the films online and vote before 7 December. The winners will be announced next Thursday (10 December).
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