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11 Someday titles selected for international festivals

11 of the winning films from last year’s The Outlook for Someday (TOFS) film challenge have now been chosen by other festivals. Part of the TOFS prize package is a guarantee that organisers will submit each winning title to at least one international festival, but the number of films succeeding in being selected has jumped dramatically this year.

The 2016 TOFS is accepting entries by filmmakers aged 24 and under until 9 September.

The 2015 winning films so far selected by other festivals are:

The Birdwood Way, made by a team from Auckland (aged 7-8), selected by Seoul International Youth Film Festival in Korea.
Eutha-Nation, made by Mason Cade Packer (16) from Kapiti, selected by All American High School Film Festival in New York.
The Healthy Wrap, made by a team from Lower Hutt (aged 11-13), selected by All American High School Film Festival in New York and Maoriland Film Festival in Otaki.
Home, made by a team from Auckland (aged 16-18), selected by Maoriland Film Festival in Otaki.
The Jayke Hopa Story, made by a team from Putaruru (aged 14), selected by All American High School Film Festival in New York.
Message In A Bottle, made by Liam van Eeden (17) and Jean-Martin Fabre (17) from Invercargill, selected by Green Screen International Wildlife Film Festival in Germany and All American High School Film Festival in New York.
Mountains For Malawi, made by Henry Donald (18) from Auckland, selected by All American High School Film Festival in New York.
Nvader, made by Hunter Williams (16) from Auckland, selected by Uni Shorts International Student Film Festival in Auckland.
Original, made by a team from Timaru (aged 14-15), selected by All American High School Film Festival in New York.
The Plastic Reducers, made by a team from Lower Hutt (aged 8-14), selected by All American High School Film Festival in New York.
Whenua Finds A Future (pictured, top), made by Sarah Ridsdale (14) from Palmerston North, selected by Mississauga Youth Film Festival in Canada.

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