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Enviro-film: A team from room 9 at Newmarket Primary School will find out tomorrow if
their film The Kaitiaki Children and The Birds has won a prize in the Outlook For Someday
sustainable film awards. From left: Co-director Myrahkil Luamanu, camera operator
Emere Ellis-Kaa and co-director Patrick Hayes, all 9.
Photo: SARAH MOYES
have high hopes
By SARAH MOYES
Keep a look out for the young film-
makers at Newmarket Primary School
-- they are destined to succeed.
Students in room 9 used their new
movie-making skills in a film encour-
aging viewers to save the trees and
And their hard work has paid off.
Their entry was chosen as one of 20
winning films in the Outlook For
Someday sustainable film awards.
The team of 10 eight and nine-year-
olds are among the youngest in the
competition, which is open to anyone
aged from seven to 24.
They spent most of this year work-
ing on the short film The Kaitiaki
Children and The Birds.
Tomorrow they will find out if they
have won any of eight special awards.
The film is based around saving the
trees and New Zealand's native birds.
It was about the builders coming
and chopping down the trees. One day
the builder has a dream about the
future with no trees. He tells the other
builders to stop cutting down the
trees,'' co-director Patrick Hayes, 9,
He says the hardest thing about the
film was making the birds.
We thought they would only take
three weeks to make,'' Patrick says.
We were wrong,'' fellow co-director
Myrahkil Luamanu, 9, says.
The birds are made out of recycled
bottles and paper-mache and ended up
taking two terms to make.
Camera operator Emere Ellis-Kaa,
9, found the filming a little tricky.
When we had to climb in the tree to
film, it was quite squishy.''
Other teams in the running include
another group from Newmarket Pri-
mary for their short film Sam the
Superworm and Parnell District
School kids who made What Has
The challenge was to make a short
sustainability-related film of any
genre, up to five minutes.
The winning films will be celebrated
tomorrow at The Outlook for Someday
Awards at TVNZ. Go to www.theout
lookforsomeday.net to check out the
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