And now, silence. Who says you can't meet the love of your life at a dog park, or a toy store? Which ones? You have to put effort into meeting new people, which means making yourself available. Even if you're not interested in the girl for reasons, many of these ways of making a girl laugh can be useful for keeping in the books of sisters, co-workers, friends, etc. Are you comfortable around this man? He is your boyfriend after all. Just give him/her space for a week or so. But hey, if she says yes, give yourself a slap on the back!! Make new friends, develop new hobbies/interests and leave hardly any time for yourself. But what you should do is pick up the man you wanna snag the right way. What are your interests? Be yourself. Go and talk to him. This way you won't have any last minute panics when you realize you have a spaghetti stain down your favourite shirt. Let the Free Online Dating guy know you love him. The list needs to be realistic and prioritized. With trust comes the ease of enjoying another's company, making it easier to encourage her to laugh.

SA Short Film Competition

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Published on December 15, 2011 with No Comments

Celebrating the Art Short-Films

8 December 2011, Randburg: Filmmakers across South Africa are invited to enter the DStv Film Talent Celebration competition, launched on 2 December 2011 with a closing date of 29 February 2012. The competition focuses on celebrating the talent of very short-filmmaking in South Africa. A very short film is considered to be between three and ten minutes long.
Itumeleng Letebele, Corporate Social Investment Manager at MultiChoice suggests, “Short films are becoming popular, mostly because they are easily accessible to a wider audience via platforms such as mobile devices, tablets and online vehicles.”

The competition is open to any genre of film as long as the filmmaker believes it is a high impact offering, and is between three and ten minutes long. Only filmmakers who are South African citizens can enter their films.
An esteemed panel of judges who are industry professionals will select winners for each of the six categories: Best Production, Best Director, Best Editor, Best Sound, Best Cinematography and Best Newcomer.

The competition celebrates talent but will also see the winners walk away with cash prizes. “It is expected that this cash will be ploughed back into making more films that tell South African stories,” says Letebele.
The winners will be announced at a special gala event, where the selected short films will be screened. ”It will be an occasion for networking, appreciating talent and generally reflecting on our achievements as an industry. We will also take this opportunity to recognise the up-and-coming filmmakers from DStv’s Film Skills Development Programme,” says Letebele.

According to Lindiwe Ndebele-Koka, Director of Multimedia at the Department of Arts and Culture, “Competitions such as these stimulate competitiveness of young filmmakers. It is a good tool to identify the talent that exists in the industry. It is encouraging.”
For more information on how to submit entries, filmmakers can visit www.multichoice.co.za

Article sourced from: Multichoice.co.za

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