He hanga kiriata poto mō te whakapūmautanga te wero. Me mahi ā-kapa, ko koe anake rānei. I hangaia mā te tautoko a Irirangi te Motu.
Six short films by emerging New Zealand film-makers go online in August and September 2017. Each film is a personal take on the theme of sustainability by its director, all of whom are in their 20s.
Someday Stories delves into a broad range of topics: the right to be heard, gender representation, intergenerational compassion, the life of a refugee survivor, taonga puoro (traditional Māori instruments used in healing) and resilience in post-earthquake Christchurch.
One of the films will also screen at Thecoconet.tv as it is made by a young Pasifika film-maker.
Someday Stories is an initiative of The Outlook for Someday sustainability film project for young people. It is supported by NZ On Air, the New Zealand Film Commission and The Body Shop.