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--The Presidential Box—Footprints Filmworks—FF News—http://www.footprintsfilmworks.com
Page 1
Footprints in South Africa
This is a film about South Africa and the community of South Africa. The film is filmed in eight communities of South Africa, includes eight business advertising, provides “blockbuster entertainment” and tells the story of success of our beloved nation.
The film “Footprints in South Africa,” is filmed over a period of eight months and begins Pre Production in February 2010 with closing of the film by end September 2010. Two months will be allocated to editing and marketing of the film for the launch of the first premier in November 2010 with other preimiers being launched in January 2011, March 2011 and May 2011.
The film enscapulates the struggles, the challenges, the ambitions and the “local” stories of everyday South Africans. The film includes eight ACTS (8) and thirty two (32) scenes.
The film “Fooprints in South Africa,” is filmed in year 2010 but is shot for the year 2025. The year 2025 will perhaps tell a “new story” of South African’s as well as their perceptions about local communities, local people, local “ideas” and local “Ubuntu teachings.”
This document is open to participants, fans, ministers, community leaders, celebrities, “pioneers”, teenagers and billionaires. The film is 150 minutes and tells a “short” story of the role South Africa plays in the global diasopra of the world. The estimated distribution of the film “Footprints in South Africa,” is one billion people-post production plus five years marketing and distribution. (Shelf life.)
The film includes stories of the rich, the poor, the intermediate class and the “super rich.” The film includes interviews, advertising, “dreamy moments” of our nation and stories from our forefathers.
It would probably be impossible to produce a feature length film to flow as if a story was being told from the year 2025. “Back to the future” a film that jumps time frames to show the discovies and destruction of man was a comedy that can be used as a simple example of how we choose the story to be told.
Footprints Filmworks is an investment company that invests in internet media, print media, text media, film and distribution. The company was originally created by Omar Abdulla to become a leading film production company that PROMOTES INDO-ASIANS of South Africa to the world.
Since the company has a combined experience of 81 years in the finance, media, entertainment and teaching fields we choose to “mix and match” our qualities to tell a true story of the South African republic. This document is broken into four parts-Basic synosis of the film, Income and Expenditure, Notes to Staff and future developments.The goal of Footprints Filmworks and the associate companies we advertise with, is to bridge gaps to create blockbuster films, create “dreamy” website channels, to be market makers and to be “the best” at providing our people “the best” customer service. Footprints Filmworks chooses to be the fastest growing company in South Africa in 2010.
--Footprints Filmworks—The Presidential Box—FF News—http://www.footprintsfilmworks.com
Page 2
Footprints in South Africa—Basic Synopsis—
Act 1 Scene 1-“Footprints in South Africa”
*Introduction of South Africa-Includes “black and white photographs” from the year 1500-2025.
*Includes stories from “old pioneers” from the community of South Africa-White, Black, Indian, Coloured. This is the “power history introduction” filmed in black and white to create effect for audience.
*Filmed 2nd week of February 2010—Film Location—Union Buildings, Pretoria Central, Laudium, and Waterkloof.
* Act 1 Scene 1 of film estimated time-four minutes (4)
Act 1 Scene 2
*Introduction of Footprints Filmworks and filmed business advert of company including promotion of the companies core business ethics and philosophies, the companies associated companies, the companies shareholders and the “powerhouse team” of Footprints Filmworks-includes a welcome from Managing Directors, Marketing Staff, Photographers, Videographers, Web Designers, Media Personalities, Ministers and Models.
*Filmed in the 3rd week of February 2010—Film footage required—30minutes—Film location—Zoo lake.
* Act 1 Scene 2 of film estimated time-Three minutes (3)
Act 1 Scene 3
*Helicopter, Balloon ride or Arial photographs and video footage of South Africa from Johannesburg, Pretoria, and two other communities. Includes Video footage with no actors. Includes Voiceovers and “Ubuntu Music” or South African National Anthem with flags and “past presidents.”
*Act 1 Scene 2 of film estimated time—Three minutes(3)
Act 1 Scene 4
*Business commerical Advert for local business in South Africa—Serves as revenue for the film.This will be filmed in the 4th week of February 2010.
*Act 1 Scene 4 of film estimated time—Three minutes (3)
Total time for “Footprints in South Africa” edited footage—Act 1—13 minutes.

--Footprints Filmworks—The Presidential Box—FF News—http://www.footprintsfilmworks.com
Page 3
Act 2 Scene 1-“Footprints in South Africa”
*South African Apartheid Era-Stories from military personnal, bitter whites, “struggling blacks” and Indians who profited from the Apartheid reigim. The Apartheid reigm’s influence on the global community and what Apartheid stood for. Includes photographs and pictures of leaders of the 1950’s-1990’s. Filmed in Valhalla, Laudium, Soweto and Alexandria. This can include the “aparheid musems” and statues of Nelson Mandela in Sandton.
*Filmed in the 1st week of March 2010.
*Film Footage of Act 2 Scene 1 to be edited to film.—four minutes. (4)
Act 2 Scene 2
*Introduction of President of South Africa Omar Abdulla.—filmed at the Union Buildings with 150 000 crowd. (Crown to be added by videographers and photographers)
*President of South Africa Omar Abdulla inaugration 25 October 2023.
*Includes Presidential Speech to the nation and What South African’s can expect from his leadershipship.
*Filmed in the 2nd week of February 2010.
*Estimated time to be added to “Footprints in South Africa,”—three minutes (3)
Act 2 Scene 3
*Areas of South Africa to cover includes video footage, stories, “exclusive interviews” and “reality life” living in South Africa.
* Sections in Act 2 Scene 3 to cover;
Military of South Africa—Shot at the MSA of South Africa-Johannesburg—(3 minutes)
Correctional Services of South Africa—Shot at “New Lock Prison” or “Attriggville Prison”--(3 minutes)
Health Sector of South Africa—Shot at a local hospital in South Africa—(3 minutes)
Farming and Agriculture of South Africa—Shot at a local farm in South Africa—(3 minutes)
--Footprints Filmworks—The Presidential Box—FF News—http://www.footprintsfilmworks.com—Page 4
Act 2 Scene 4-
*Business Commercial from the community of South Africa.
* Edited time of commercial—three minutes.(3)
*Filmed in the 3rd week of March 2010.Total time edited “Footprints in South Africa” footage ACT1(13minutes) + ACT 2(22 minutes)=35 minutes of actual film produced by end March 2010.
Act 3 Scene 1-“Footprints in South Africa”
*Exclusive Interviews with a cross section of the South African community. Includes eight/one minute interviews. Stories MUST be unique from one another and include the story about the white man, the story about the black man, the story about the coloured man, the story about the Indian man and their stories about WHAT they think about one another. The aim is to bring the cross section of the community together.
*Filmed in Laudium, Escourt, Lenasia, Harrismith.
*Act 3 is a one week trip from Gauteng to Kwazulu Natal.
* Act 3 is filmed “on the roads of South Africa.”
*Act 3 is filmed in the 2nd week of April.
*Act3 Scene 1 is a total of eight minutes edited film footage. (8 minutes)
Act 3 Scene 2-
*Includes Snapshots of Kwazulu Natal including Oceans, Mountains, Rainbows and “Natural elements of South Africa.” Includes Voiceover and Music. No Actors.
*Edited film footage to “Footprints in South Africa,”-four minutes.(4)
*Filmed in the 2nd week of April whilst travelling from Gauteng to Kwazulu Natal.
Act 3 Scene 3-
*Business commercial from Kwazulu Natal.
* Edited “Footprints in South Africa” footage—three minutes(3)
*Filmed in the 3rd week of March 2010.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total Summary of Time of “Footprints in South Africa” ACT1+ACT2+ACT3 (15 minutes) =50 minutes.
--Footprints Filmworks—The Presidential Box—FF News—http://www.footprintsfilmworks.com
Page 5
Act 4 Scene 1—“Footprints in South Africa”
*FF: News Bulletin. This is a News Bulletin to be emailed and distributed for television purposes but will be included in the film.
*FF: News for this bulletin will include President of South Africa Omar Abdulla appearing at the G16 summit in Poland. This summit is filmed in South Africa and includes local South African’s acting as foreigners. The FF: News bulletin is a “roundtable” conference discussing the Banking and Financial Sector of South Africa.
*FF: News is to be filmed in Studio and includes backdrops of local banks and Reserve Banks. The goal of the FF: News bulletin is to promote South Africa overseas.
*This will be filmed with 16 people in a conference room in the 1st week of April and must be filmed as an actual television broadcast to media businesses.
*Edited Footage to film “Footprints in South Africa”-Five minutes (5)
Act 4 Scene 2-
*Monetary and Fiscal policy of South Africa including Past and Present minister notations about the future economy of South Africa. This S c e n e should include speeches and interviews by local government ministers about the state of the economy including growth forecasts of GPD, PPI, CPI, and RSI.
*Filmed at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange—Week 2—February 2010.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRWLNUVHuFI

* Edited Video footage to be added to “Footprints in South Africa”-four minutes (4)
Act 4 Scene 3—
• Introduction to BEE and the role black businessman play in South Africa.
• Includes “Exclusive Interviews with four black businessmen.”
• The role South African’s play in the global African Trade Industry.
• South Africa’s growth in monetary terms since our democracy.
• Estimated Edited Video Footage to be added to “Footprints in South Africa”—Four Minutes (4)
• Filmed in the 3rd week of April 2010.
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Act 4 Scene 4
• Business Commercial—Three Minutes (3)///Act1+ACT2+ACT3+Act4 (16 minutes)=66 minutes.
--The Presidential Box—Footprints Filmworks—FF News—http://www.footprintsfilmworks.com—Page 6
Act 5 Scene 1-“Footprints in South Africa”
*Act 5 Scene 1 deals with the Travel and Transport sector of South Africa. We have included railways, airplanes, “taxis”, cars, boats, shipping, walking and “new methods” of transport. We include and promote South Africa from “within her own borders.”
*Act 5 Scene 1 has different camera tricks by our videographers that create a “landscape” view for the audience from the cross section of South Africa.
*The goal of this act is to promote safe traveling and the promotion of “new areas” and “ancient myths” of South Africa. This can include the filming of “The Cradle of Humankind” “The Cape Sea Point”, “Robben Island” and “The Water Wells.”
*Act 5 is filmed in the Western Cape in the 2nd Week of May 2010.
*Edited film time-- Travel and Transport Sector of South Africa—six minutes (6)
Act 5 Scene 2-
*Since the 2nd and 3rd week of May will be spent in the Western Cape, the footprints team can compile “bonus footage” to the audience that has never been seen or heard before. This can include “The Garden Route”, Lush Gardens, Mountainous Regions, South African Forestry, The South African Animal Life and Bonus features for the audience.
*Act 5 Scene 2 is to promote the Western Cape, The Atlantic Ocean, The fishing Industry and “The family life of White South Africans.”
*Act 5 Scene 2—Estimated video footage of “Footprints in South Africa”—Four Minutes (4)
ACT 5 Scene 3
*This scene shows the home life of the rich, the poor, the intermediate class and the super rich of South Africans. We have four home interviews with a billionaire, a man who lives in a squatter camp, a woman who is divorced growing her children up and even our own President Omar Abdulla.
These four Interviews with home owners will include a total of Ten minutes for the film. (10 minutes)
ACT 5 Scene 4
• Business Commercial (3 minutes—edited time)
Total Time of film by end May 2010-ACT1+ACT2+ACT3+ACT4+ACT5 (23minutes)=89 Minutes
5 ACTS/20 Scenes/5 commercials/4months/”Footprints in South Africa.”


--The Presidential Box—Footprints Filmworks—FF News—http://www.footprintsfilmworks.com
Page 7
Act 6 Scene 1-“Footprints in South Africa”
*FF: News Bulletin. This is a news bulletin where President of South Africa Omar Abdulla arrives in Los Angeles for the signing of the eight nations Peace Agreement. This is filmed in South Africa using Los Angeles “City life” footage. The Peace Treaty is an agreement between eight countries to abide by certain “world order” governments. We use local South African people to act this scene out in a professional manner. This is to be shot in Studio as a television broadcast.
*This Scene is to be shot in the 2nd week of June 2010, but filmed as the year June 2025.
*Total edited time to be added to film “Footprints in South Africa” –Five Minutes (5)
Act 6 Scene 2
*This scene covers the educational system of South Africa including schools and universities. This is four interviews with school teachers and four interviews with learners of South Africa. This is the success story of the cross section of South Africa.
*This scene is to be filmed at UNISA, The Footprints University, The Pretoria University and the Westville University. The schools we will cover are Hillside Primary School, Lenasia Muslim School, Waldolf Schools and Nirvana High School.
*This scene is to be filmed in the 4th week of June 2010.
*Estimated edited video footage for “Footprints in South Africa”= nine minutes. (9)
Act 6 Scene 3
*This Scene is the romantic nature of the President of South Africa Omar Abdulla and includes a romantic dance with his woman and the dreams he shares with her. The music that we will use is local South African music to create “the dreamy experience” of the film.
* This Scene will be filmed in the 1st week of July and covers edited time of four minutes (4)
Act 6 Scene 4
*This scene covers “the lighter element” of South Africa and covers prank camera, standup comedy, local mimics and clowns. This is to create a lighter element whilst watching the film and making it easier to keep focus on the stars of the film. These comic acts are acted out by people whom we have associated ourselves with and the prank camera is “acted” out by our actors and personalities.
* This Scene covers filming in the 2nd week of July and covers edited time of six minutes (6)
--The Presidential Box—Footprints Filmworks—FF News—http://www.footprintsfilmworks.com
Page 8
Act 6 Scene 5
• This Scene covers “internal public relationships” within the community of South Africa and covers scenes of black women telling their stories about their husbands, husbands telling stories of their children, children telling stories of their parents.
• This act covers the family life of “ordinary” South African’s and includes “exclusive interviews” with four families of South Africa from four different communities.
• This Scene is shot in the 2nd week of July 2010--Edited time for film “Footprints in South Africa,”= eight minutes (8)
Act 6 Scene 6
Business Commercial—Shot in the 3rd week of July 2010—Edited time three minutes (3)
Total Time of “Footprints in South Africa”
ACT1+ACT2+ACT3+ACT4+ACT5+ACT6 (35 minutes)= 124 minutes
6ACTS/26 Scenes/6 commercials/6months/”Footprints in South Africa.”
Act 7 Scene 1-“Footprints in South Africa”
*This act is the travel to Polokwane and includes visits to the ZCC Church, The Darus Salaam Masjid, The Christian Baptist Church and The Rama Krishna Temple. This act provides the “daily prayer” of South African’s and their stories and belief systems about God and “the greater being.”
*This scene includes conversations with black women and children and the “Ubuntu” life of residents of Polokwane.
*This scene includes video footage, pictures, and conversations by everyday South African’s telling their stories about traveling to the city to find jobs and improve the labor force of South Africa.
*This act is filmed in Polokwane in the 1st week of August 2010.
*Edited footage to be added to “Footprints in South Africa,”= six minutes (6)
Act 7 Scene 2
*This scene tells a quick snapshot of the Indian community of Nirvana including stories from local Indians and business owners. The Polokwane Indian businessman’s viewpoints and stories of their grandparents traveling from India to settle in South Africa. This covers local shopping Malls in the surrounding areas including social and academic life of the “ordinary” Indian of South Africa. Whilst the footprints team is in Polokwane we can get the cross spectrum of stories from people on the street and living in their “dwellings.”
*This scene is to be filmed in the 1st week of August 2010.
*Total edited time for Act 7 scene 3-four minutes (4)


--Footprints Filmworks—The Presidential Box—FF News—http://www.footprintsfilmworks.com
Page 9
Act 7 Scene 3
*Local African Dance done by President of South Africa Omar Abdulla around a “bola” fire with the black community of South Africa. This includes him mingling with the black “community” of South Africa including the shaking of hands and a “Speech” after the African dance.
*Act 7 Scene 3 is estimated to be shot in Polokwane in the 1st week of August 2010.
*Act 7 Scene 3 is estimated to be edited to a total of five minutes (5)
Act 7 Scene 4
*Business Commercial—three minutes edited time for” Footprints in South Africa”
*Filmed in the 2nd week of August 2010. (3 minutes)
ACT1+ACT2+ACT3+ACT4=ACT5=ACT6=ACT7 (18minutes)=142 minutes
Act 8 Scene 1 –“Footprints in South Africa”
*Business Commercial—three minutes edited time for “Footprints in South Africa”
*Filmed in the 3rd week of August 2010. (3 minutes)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Act 8 Scene 2-“Footprints in South Africa”
*Bonus features and “fun experiences” whilst the making of “Footprints in South Africa”- Includes mistakes made by actors, presenters, cameraman and models.
*Closing and “special thanks” by cast and crew of Footprints Filmworks.
*Filmed in the 4th week of August 2010. –Edited footage of ACT 8 Scene 2 -five minutes (5)
Footprints Filmworks has allocated an additional one month for “duel schedules” of our team.
Total running time: 150 minutes
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