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13 October 2010

Photo and Film Expo

The show is upon us! 
Following on the success of our inaugural event in 2009, the 2010 PHOTO & FILM EXPO now has more exhibition stalls, double the number of workshops and a full representation of the industry.
We’ve listened to your compliments and suggestions and put together an event with even more great deals, latest product launches and prizes worth well over half a Million Rand.

Media Morning

At the request of the media (and partly due to the fact we couldn’t fit our hectic program into three days) we are opening the show a day earlier. The show will therefor open on Thursday the 14th October and free access will be granted to accredited and invited media attendees between 9am & noon (accreditation is available to mainstream publications, radio and television) - this gives members of the media a chance to get the word out about the show before the weekend starts.

Weekend Passes

For those of you who can’t get too much of a good thing we will have ‘weekend’ passes available for purchase at the door, the price of these passes remains unchanged at R200 despite the extra day and bonus activities (valid from Thursday till Sunday). These tickets are limited and sales open first thing on Thursday morning - at the door.


In addition to the brand new unique workshop line-up by South African industry leaders, we also have international presenters. Stay tuned to to download the full workshop program consisting of well over 30 presentations and as many product demonstrations during the course of the event.
Workshops are all free to attendees (ticket prices are unchanged at R80 for adults and R40 for teens), and cover a full range of topics to cater to the entire industry.
This year workshops will cater to beginner, intermediate and advanced audiences.

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