Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Film and TV opportunities for Producers and Directors in South Africa

Call for production houses

Call for Jozi and Durban Production Houses
'We are looking for production houses in Jhb & Durban who want to quote for DSTV & THE FLOW NETWORK in 2015. If you are interested please contact ' - Lisa Raleigh

(6 DECEMBER, 2014)

The EThekwini Filmmakers Association (EFA)will be hosting its second 3RD DURBAN METRO FILM AWARDS [DMFA] on the 06 December 2014.
We would like to invite all Filmmakers who are interested to submit their films (DVD format) on any genre.

The categories are as follows;

1.      Best Actor
2.      Best Actress
3.      Best Supporting Actor
4.      Best Supporting Actress
5.      Best Story/Writer
6       Best Director
7.      Best Editor
8.      Best Feature Film
9.      Best Short Film
10.    Best Cinematographer
11.    Best Student Production

The call out is open until 14th of November 2014.
The films should be clearly marked with’  Film Title’ , ‘ Producer’s Name’  and Filmmaker’s contact details.
Films can be hand delivered to  Durban Film Office, 41 Margaret Mncadi Avenue, Rennies House, 11th floor by no later than  14November 2014 during office hours.

Please note that films with technical errors will not be considered!

So don’t delay!

For more info contact  Mr Ntuthuzelo Gentse EFA General Secretary
Ethekwini Filmmakers Association
Cell: 0843086265

The WGSA Muse Awards 2014

Time is running out to enter these awards.  There are various categories where you can enter.

This edition by Fred Felton
Twitter @fredfelton 

Monday, October 27, 2014

Partners for Possibility Event Durban - Art Exhibits - SABC Looking For Content

Partners for Possibility Information Session - Durban

Date: Mon 27 October 2014
Time: 15h30 for 16h00
Venue: Chamber Square, Lion Match Office Park, 892 Umgeni Road.
Facilitator: Louise Van Rhyn
RSVP: or call 021-913-3507

Help our education system.

artSPACE durban exhibitions - 3 Millar Road, Just off Umgeni Road, Durban. 

Souty Installation
There will also be a walkabout on Saturday, Nov 1 at 11am.

KZNSA opening 3 new exhibitions.


28 OCTOBER 2014
Main & Mezzanine Galleries: Hortus Conclusis Brunsfelsia: Siobhan O'Reagain
Park Gallery: Discovering Home:  Jetteke de Vries
Cafe Stairs: Messages for Mandela: Clint Strydom

Join the KZNSA on Tuesday 28 October for the opening of three new exhibitions:
 In the main and mezzanine galleries Durban artist Siobhan O'Reagain presents 
her exhibition Hortus Conclusis Brunsefelsia. This consists of an installation of 
beautiful and delicate porcelain works and drawings that reflect her personal
 interpretation of the garden, using both fine art and botanical approaches.
Jetteke de Vries's Discovering Home, explores the concept of home and what 
it means to belong.  The artist takes us on a journey of identity and belonging 
which is captured in the lives and narratives of three generations of female 

Thanda, a Durban-based non-profit organisation that provides support & education 
for children in rural KZN through after-school programmes has collaborated with 
local photographer Clint Strydom to present Messages to Mandela.  Thanda
 students were asked to write letters to Mandela which have been brought to life
 by Clint Strydom's photographs of the children themselves. 
 The project not only portrays a hopeful and  smiling South Africa but also has
 allowed these children to express their heartfelt affection and deep gratitude
 for the man they call "Tata Mandela".

The SABC is looking for new content

All the details here: 

This edition by Fred Felton
Twitter @fredfelton

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Auditions For TV Commercial - Durban Today

Auditions TV Commercial Durban 22 October 2014

Go Big Productions NEEDs people URGENTLY for Auditions:
These are the requirements:
1 X expressive coloured girl (4 -6yrs)
1 X expressive coloured mom ( ideally a mom and daughter pair)
1 X expressive white boy (6 - 10yrs) - performance is key
1 X expressive white dad (30 - 45yrs)
1 X expressive white mom (28 - 45yrs)
1 x expressive black mom (28 - 38 yrs)
1 x expressive black dad (30- 45 yrs)
1 X expressive black boy (8 - 12yrs)
1 X expressive indian dad (30 - 45yrs)
1 X expressive white girl (6 - 10yrs)
Auditions are this Wednesday 22nd Oct...

Monday, October 20, 2014

Theatre News - Call For Proposals - Drama Job - Free Demo Recordings For Musos

Hit comedy Lollipop Lane takes to the stage

Here’s your chance to be part of a ground-breaking new entertainment project which celebrates the unfettered magic of radio drama, brought to you live onstage.

Due to public demand, Clinton Marius’s record-breaking radio comedy, Lollipop Lane, which delighted thousands of fans for four years, morphs into a serialized stage show – bringing back to life the whacky gallery of folk from the block of flats where the lift doesn’t quite go to the top floor.

Scripted by Marius and directed by Caroline Smart, the new series will be staged as a bi-monthly theatrical radio comedy, performed onstage before a live audience. The exciting new venture will subsequently be broadcast on Tape Aids for the Blind’s DSTV channel.

“Since Lollipop Lane’s four-year run on air ended in 2012, I have continued to field calls from fans for the show to be revived in one way or another. So it is exciting for us to be able to offer a new platform for them to re-united with all their ‘old friends’ from the series,” says its creator, Clinton Marius. “The first episode, sub-titled The Big Biscuit Bake-Off, focusses on one of the highpoints of the radio comedy series. This will be treated as a bridge between the radio show and its future presentations, which will be staged and recorded as theatre-soapie episodes. This transformation element will be a first for South Africa, having an ongoing staged soapie!”

Starring Pauline Dalais and Sivani Chinappan, with Kajal Bagwandeen, Hamish Kyd, Mpume Mthombeni, Tom Read, Mayuri Naidu and Caroline Smart in the stellar cast, Lollipop Lane - The Big Biscuit Bake-Off is to be presented at Durban’s Catalina Theatre on Wilson’s Wharf on 24 and 25 October 2014 at 7.30pm, with a 2.30pm Sunday matinee performance on 26 October.

“The idea to retain the radio element of Lollipop Lane came from a notion I had of revisiting the presentations of the hugely popular Springbok Radio comedy productions that came from Durban – Tom Meehan’s Men from the Ministry, Father, Dear Father and The Navy Lark,” explains Caroline Smart. “These productions were recorded in front of an audience at the Durban SABC studios, then edited and sent to Johannesburg to broadcast. However, the productions often ‘went on the road’, giving performances at venues outside Durban and further afield.”

“This is the idea behind Lollipop Lane’s revival – to provide work for actors, make it available for fundraising purposes, reach a wider audience and ultimately to benefit members of Tape Aids for the Blind. I’m also delighted to be able to introduce the magic of radio theatre to a new generation!”

The staging of Lollipop Lane – The Big Biscuit Bake-Off has received support from the KZN Performing Arts Trust. Tickets at R100 per person are available at Computicket outlets, telephonically on 0861 915 8000, or online Early booking is advised.

Music Performance Workshop : Saturday 25 October, 10:30–13:00
Convenor : Fiona Tozer, singer-songwriter and guitarist

I will be convening an interactive workshop on music performance for anyone who is interested in developing and maximising their performance potential. Each player will perform a song/piece of music for feedback and review by me and the other workshop participants. There will also be tips on finding venues, booking gigs, and general preparation. The workshop will be held at Africa Whispers, a country cafe situated in Crestholme, with a wonderful view over the Inanda Dam. It is child friendly, and they have an à la carte menu if you wish to stay over for lunch after the workshop. Sound system will be provided, just bring your instrument. The cost is R100 per person (which includes coffee and cake).

Booking is essential, call  031 776 3458 or  072 822 7988 or email tozerkg [at] iafrica [dot] com.
Africa Whispers telephone :  031 776 3075 
Africa Whispers website :
Fiona Tozer website :

Directions to Africa Whispers : 

Travel west along N3 as if to PMB. Take the offramp after the pavilion which is the old road to PMB, and is the first Pinetown offramp. Travel up field’s hill to Hillcrest and take the Old Main Road (Hillcrest) offramp from the M13. Go right through Hillcrest and you will pass Mr. Price Home on your left, and then a bigger shopping centre on the left and right (Checkers and Pick n Pay). At the main Hillcrest intersection of Old Main Road and Inanda Road, turn along along Inanda Road, towards Waterfall and then to Crestholme. This is about 10km, once you get to Crestholme turn left into Crestholme which becomes Rainbow Road and go past a small shop called Jock’s stores, as this then becomes Hooper Drive. Do not turn off any part of this road. You will come to a stop street and turn left into Riverview Road which will then turn to the right. Carry on this road until you get to the first right called Ridgemont Road. Go along this road over the rise and we are on the left no. 11 – Africa Whispers.
GPS Co-ordinates : S 29 43’22.14”, E 30 50’40.57”


Suitably qualified and experienced applicants are invited to apply for the following position at The National School of the Arts: Head of Department: Drama.

The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications


- A certification in teaching and SACE certification.

- At least five years of exemplary classroom instruction in the FET phase of Dramatic Studies.

- Experience in classroom observation, educator mentoring, and delivering professional development of talented learners.


- Understanding of and a passion for the NSA mission Excellence in the Arts and Academic Arenas

- A track record of high expectations personally and professionally.

- Persistence through challenges.

- Willingness to take and implement feedback.

Please send a detailed CV, with at least three contactable references, to Mrs Ross at Only e-mailed CV’s will be accepted. Closing date: 31 October 2014.

Call for proposals for SA-UK Seasons '14 & '15

The call for proposals to be part of the SA-UK Seasons is now open. Successful applications will receive grants. The open call closes 23 November 2014.

The British Council and the South African Department of Arts and Culture are launching an open call for proposals from artists and institutions to be part of the SA-UK Seasons project, a shared programme of activities, opportunities and communications. Selected proposals will receive a grant to activate existing relationships or create new connections within the arts. The call for submissions will run from 14 October until 23 November 2014.

The SA-UK Seasons project will build on arts initiatives already developed by the British Council Connect ZA programme, which connects the creative communities of the UK and South Africa, and the South African Season in the UK. The Seasons will create a platform for the arts communities in SA and UK to cooperate and collaborate and the awarding of grants to artists and arts institutions aims to strengthen cultural relationships through work in the visual arts, theatre, dance, cinema, literature, music, creative economy and skills development.

Tom Porter, Programme Manager, British Council Connect ZA said: "The SA-UK Seasons 2014 & 2015 is creating further opportunities for new connections and collaborations between the UK and South African creative sectors that have already started to make an impact through the British Council Connect ZA programme. Through the Seasons we aim to provide a platform for artists and arts organisations to present works in both countries; and to establish a shared thinking on arts, culture and creative industry issues, building partnerships and opportunities.”

Bongani Tembe, Commissioner-General of the SA Seasons in the UK, said: "We aim to positively influence each other and establish a shared thinking on arts, culture and creative industry issues as well as build partnerships around opportunities for both our countries' artists and arts institutions. We are particularly looking at alleviating the challenges of job creation, promoting innovation and nurturing leadership of the arts for the future."

There are three funding strands available. The first strand is the application for a partnership support grant where projects must demonstrate a strong delivery partnership between established organisations in UK & SA. Preference will be given to applications from partners with a track record of working internationally. For this option grants are available for a maximum of 50% of the project cost.

The second strand is the application for a creative catalyst grant which supports those projects that need assistance to broker, support and develop new projects and partnerships that will benefit from a small-scale budget for travel and/or scoping. Applications for this endorsement are encouraged to explore new connections, demonstrate innovation and aim to establish deeper collaborations and partnerships in the future. In this category available grants will cover a maximum of 80% of the project cost.

The last strand is for the official endorsement of a project to be included in the Seasons programme schedule. This endorsement does not have a grant attached to it however, endorsed projects will benefit from the overall marketing and publicity of the Seasons.

Interested artists and arts organisations in the fields of the visual arts, theatre, dance, cinema, literature, music, creative economy and skills development in the arts can apply. Entries must be submitted online at before 23 November 2014.

Project proposals will be reviewed by a technical team including Bongani Tembe, Commissioner-General for the SA Seasons in the UK and Tom Porter, Programme Manager, British Council Connect ZA. The final judging and selection will be made by a Joint Organising Committee made up of SA and UK officials and co-chaired by Ms Thandiwe January-McLean (former Ambassador to Portugal) on the South Africa side and Rt Hon Baroness Usha Prasha (Deputy Chair of the British Council) on the UK side.

All projects selected by the joint organising committee will be integrated into the Seasons' programming and will benefit from the overall marketing and PR campaign of the SA-UK Seasons 2014 & 2015.

Free demo recordings

Here’s an opportunity for up-and-coming-artists to record a demo for free.

KZN Music House in Durban is looking for 50 up-and-coming artists who have never recorded professionally. These artists will be given an opportunity to record a DEMO at the state-of-the-art recording studio - KZN Music House Recording Studio. The studio/project is supported and funded by KZN Department of Arts and Culture as well as the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs. Recordings will commence on 3 November 2014.

First come first serve!!! Booking is critical. There will be a screening session prior to the recording. Artists that are interested should call Mbali Nkosi on  031 309 6164 during office hours for booking.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Film Jobs, News and Workshops Across South Africa

Film Jobs


NB Media and Productions, an independent production company based in Durban, is looking for an Editor for a Magazine/Game Show Television Series as well as other projects.  The position is available as of November 2014 for the duration of the project. 


·         Experience in Editing
·         Experience in either Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere Pro
·         A keen eye for detail, colour, continuity etc.
·         Knowledge of After Effects/Motion is preferable
·         Ability to work independently
·         A STRONG understanding of Zulu - verbal and written communication
·         Understanding of or experience in editing for SABC

Salary is negotiable and dependent on experience and skills set.

If you feel you meet the above requirements, and can work in small close team email your CV and showreel link to

Closing Date for Applications:  24th October 2014


NB Media and Productions, an independent production company based in Durban, is looking for a full-time Production Assistant for a Magazine/Game Show Television Series.  The position is available immediately for the duration of the project.  The show takes place in-studio as well as on the location and the applicant should be able to production plan both segments.


·         Experience in or Education as a Production Assistant, preferably television.
·         The ability to plan, organize and structure shoots down to the last detail
·         Very good with people and excellent communication skills
·         A STRONG understanding of Zulu - verbal and written communication
·         The ability to liaise with celebrity management agencies
·         Ability to pursue a task till complete
·         Ability to work independently and take initiative
·         Ability to work under tight schedules and deadlines
·         Willingness to learn
·         Ability to multitask

Salary is negotiable and dependent on experience and skills set.

If you feel you meet the above requirements, and can work in small close team email your CV and showreel link (if applicable) to

Closing Date for Applications:  24th October 2014

American Film Market 2014 Introduction Workshop

This workshop is for anyone who would like to go to AFM and for delegates who will be going.

Venues and Dates:

Johannesburg 23 Oct 2014 - The Big Fish (Johannesburg) 4th Floor, 25 Owl Street, Auckland Park.

Cape Town 24 Oct 2014 - Wesgro, 18th Floor, SARB Building, 60 St George's Mall.
Please provide ID when you RSVP and on day of workshop

Durban 27th Oct 2014 - KZN Film Commission, 22 Dorothy Nyembe Street, 101 The Marine Building, Durban. 

RSVP to email: 

SCOUT Location Public Workshop a huge success

“The response from those that attended was overwhelming, attendees ranged from students to independent filmmakers and they all showed a keen interest in location scouting,” says Scout Location professional Neville Botha.
“We are pleased with the response from the workshop of this first phase of SCOUT. It is important to develop and nurture young talent in the field of location scouting with skill transfer training and support dedicated to local talent development,” says Durban Film Office’s Toni Monty.
The Durban Film Office encourages those who attended the one-day workshop and those who are interested in further developing their skills in location scouting to take the next step and fill out the application form. The application forms for the location and scouting mentorship and development programme SCOUT, are to be submitted before the 16th October 2014.
For further details and to obtain the application forms, contact the Durban Film Office on 031 311 4243, or

Micro Budget Film Fund & Development Film Fund Submissions for 2015 open

Will you be the next Micro Budget or Development Film Fund grantee?

The Durban Film Office is kick-starting their next round of submissions for their Micro Budget Film and Development Film Fund programmes. All emerging Durban filmmakers are urged to submit their film projects for Micro Budget Film Funding before the closing date 7 November 2014 and for the Development Film Fund the 21 November 2014.

Giving local filmmakers a boost with funding and support, the Durban Film Office, the eThekwini Municipality’s developmental arm in the film industry, established the Micro Budget Film and Development Film funding programmes.

The Micro Budget Film programme, of which submission entries close on the 7 November 2014, has been specially created by the Durban Film Office to equip five fiction feature projects from new and emerging filmmakers with a R100 000 grant to assist them in producing their films, as well as provide invaluable insight into learning how to source any additional funding and resources through a micro-budget model. The programme is set out to provide filmmakers with in-depth training on significant production factors such as marketing, sales support, advertising, product placement and sponsorship deals.

Similarly, the Development Film Fund programme, of which submissions close on the 21 November 2014, provides filmmakers with adequate funding and support to produce their films. The Development Film fund programme was established to grant two filmmakers with projects deemed commercially viable and locally and globally competitive with R250 000 funding to assist the production of their projects.

“We encourage aspiring Durban filmmakers to take advantage of these incredible opportunities, as it could be the very break into the film industry they have been working towards. With the support of the Durban Film Office and leading film experts; these programmes will lay the foundations to a successful film making future and take their projects to the next level,” says Durban Film Office’s Toni Monty.

For more information on the Durban Film Office’s Micro Budget Development and Development Film Fund Programmes selection criteria and application process, please visit  or contact Mr. Fezile Peko, Project Manager on, and telephone 031 311 4788 

This edition by +Fred Felton 

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Free Workshop for Kwazulu-Natal Television Producers & Call for entries for Film Festival

Workshop for Television Producers

The KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission has arranged an  information sharing workshop that will be presented by Rapid Blue  aimed at  KwaZulu-Natal Television Producers. 
RSVP no later than the 21 October 2014

Those of you wishing to attend this workshop please respond to Beauty

Film Festival is looking for entries 
Monday 01 September 2014 
The organisers of the ALUTA FILM FESTIVAL, South Africa's premier African and Diasporan cinema event, are calling for entries from South African and International filmmakers for 2015, the 11th edition of the film festival. 
The 2015 film festival edition will be hosted on the 26th till 28th February 2015 in Mbombela City (Nelspruit) in the Mpumalanga Province - South Africa
Submissions MUST be from filmmakers of all races and nationalities who have produced films that embrace BLACK experiences worldwide and/or experiences of marginalized communities from across the globe.
Submissions MUST be from filmmakers from all over the world with special emphasis on BLACK cinema (films that explores and highlights diverse perspectives of African and Diasporan communities around the world).
Thursday 26 – Saturday 28 February 2015
Monday 15 December 2014  
Aluta Film Festival accepts features, documentaries and short films in the genres/sub-genres of drama, action, thriller, comedy, animation and factual.
Filmmakers MUST guarantee, should their film be selected, that permission from the rights holder is secured for a minimum of four screenings at the 11th annual Aluta Film Festival 2015. 
Filmmakers are requested to submit 2X DVD PAL screeners of their films and a brief filmmaker biography for viewing by our panel, upon viewing – all selected filmmakers will be forwarded the official application details as well as all festival regulations. Please note that no screeners will be returned.
Online entries are also accepted _ filmmakers wishing to make online submissions MUST indicate their interest to do so via email at by Friday 14 November 2014 
Marketing material for your entry are also welcomed although not compulsory
For additional information about the Aluta Film Festival email and/or  
All entries MUST be forwarded and clearly marked CALL FOR ENTRY – ALUTA FILM FESTIVAL 2015 to the below mentioned address:
Motheo Seleke
Aluta Film Festival
18985 Guttenburg Pitse Street.
John Mampe. Phase One.
Galeshewe. Kimberley.
8300. South Africa

Screenplay Competition

2015 BlueCat Screenplay Competition
Regular Deadline: OCTOBER 15TH

Since 1998, the BlueCat Screenplay Competition has developed and discovered thousands of writers through our commitment to providing written feedback to all entrants and substantial cash awards to their best screenplays: 

  • Each Screenplay Receives Written Analysis
  • Feature and Short Screenplays Accepted
  • Over 40,000 in cash awards
  • Early Analysis: All submissions received by October 15th will receive their written analysis by November 10th. 
  • All October 15th entries are eligible for Resubmission
  • All entries received after October 16th will receive their feedback by February 1st.


$15,000 Grand Prize
Four Finalists
$2,500 Prize

$10,000 Grand Prize
Three Finalists
$1,500 Prize

Best Feature Screenplay from the UK
$1,500 Prize

Best Feature Screenplay from outside the USA, Canada or the UK
$1,500 Prize

This edition by +Fred Felton 

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

PANSA Agm - Amarula is having a party - Job Vacancy Kumisa

Invitation to PANSA members
Date: Saturday 18 October 2014
Venue: PANSA Offices,3B Beach Road, Woodstock, Cape Town
Time:  To be announced
RSVP: or 021 448 4232


1. Welcome & Apologies
2. Approval of Agenda
3. Approval of Minutes – AGM 2013
4. Matters Arising from the minutes
4.1 Amendments to the constitution:
It is proposed that the name of the Association be changed from Performing Arts Network of South Africa to Performing Arts Network of Southern Africa.
The change is because PANSA is being encouraged by funders to play a greater role in Southern Africa generally and the name change would formalise the commitment of the Association to be more involved in cross-border collaborations.
The relevant clause is clause 1.1 and would read as follows:
1.     NAME
A voluntary association is hereby established under the name of: Performing Arts Network of Southern Africa (PANSA) (hereafter referred to as “the Association”).

5. Chairperson's Report
6. Financial report
7. Other Business
8. Election of New National Steering Committee members
9. Meeting adjourned

Attached documents: Minutes of AGM 10 August 2013
Should you have any questions kindly contact PANSA National Office on 021 448 4232 or email

Amarula is having a party

Amarula Cream is celebrating its 25th birthday by giving away gifts to say thank you to South Africans for making it the country's best-loved cream liqueur.

The African Original is having a three-month-long birthday party, running from October to December, offering a host of 25-themed rewards.

Shoppers at the country's leading supermarket chains will get R25 back in cash, every time they buy a bottle of Amarula Cream, provided they buy two bottles at a time. That's R50 back on the double-bottle buy. The cash-back doesn't apply to single bottle purchases. Consumers can claim their money from their local ABSA ATM, using a digital code released on purchase of the pair of Amarula Cream bottles.

Meanwhile, some of the independent retailers are in on the party too, offering retro-style prizes to Amarula customers, including fedora hats and ottomans fitted with speakers and an MP3 player.

The brand has also teamed up with hundreds of bars, clubs and restaurants around the country. Every time someone orders an Amarula birthday drink from the participating outlets, they will stand in line to win a R25 000 cash prize.

There's also another R25 000 grand prize on offer in a digital competition with loads of other prizes too.

"We are very proud of our heritage as an African Original and an authentic marula liqueur," says the brand’s SA marketing manager, Christelle Bester. "What better way to celebrate than by giving back to South Africans who have helped build Amarula into the market leader."

Visit for fabulous recipes, gifting inspiration and interesting facts about Amarula.

Follow Amarula on Facebook ( and Twitter (

Join the conversation using: #AmarulaTurns25

(Please remember to drink responsibly.)

Vacancy at Kumisa

Office Administrator / Information Desk Assistant

Short Term 6 months Contract:

Are you interested in promoting, protecting and investing in the growth and diversity of the KZN music industry? The KwaZulu-Natal United Music Industry Association is seeking to fill the position of Office Administrator / Information Desk assistant which will be  a short term contract not exceeding 6 months.

The candidate must be able to work independently and possess sound financial, administrative, and communication skills. Experience with switchboard management, minute taking and document management as well as fluency in English and Zulu will be an added advantage.

Scope of work includes:

·         Reporting to the KUMISA General Manager, and to the subcommittees when required.
·         Solicit interest in new relationships with potential strategic partners.
·         Actively assist with managing funding applications and sponsorship acquisition.
·         Manage and ensure all governance compliance issues.
·         Update of founding documents.
·         Oversee KUMISA’s communication plan
·         Actively seek and cultivate development opportunities for the KZN Music Industry.          
·         Any other duty as assigned by the General Manager

Salary negotiable based on experience.
If you have the experience and are interested in joining an exciting organisation, please email your CV and a brief description on why you are suited to the role to
Closing date: 14 October 2014
KUMISA reserves the right not to fill the post.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

This editon by +Fred Felton 
(Image - supplied)