Triumph for kiwi film maker
Seventeen-year-old New Zealander Natasha Bishop, the youngest filmmaker ever to have a film selected at the Japan Wildlife Film Festival (JWFF), is celebrating after winning two awards at the festival for her film depicting our connections with nature. Her short film Arboraceous won Best Newcomer and Best Animation at a gala awards ceremony in Toyama, Japan. Arboraceous was the 2012 winner of The Outlook for Someday 2012. Join this year’s Outlook for Someday challenge by visiting theoutlookforsomeday.net
The entry deadline is September 13.