Happy Holidays, dear readers
This is a very brief blog to let you know that the Title Sequence for the five Olive Route films is now up on the website.
The French versions of the films have been delivered to the various French-speaking networks who have been waiting for them. So, also for the German ZDF/Arte network. When we have dates for transmission in those territories, I will post them. Rai in Italy have received their copies and will be translating into Italian after Christmas for their network screenings. The English version is being completed now and I sincerely hope will be available in early January. I hope to show a few clips during my talks at the France Show in Earls Court from 18 – 20th January (please check the Events link=
to find out more details on times for my talks etc). I really look forward to seeing some of you there.
The films will all be available for purchase through firstname.lastname@example.org
So, now , it is Christmas. Time to pause, to reflect. The weather at the farm is mild and dry and I am looking forward to long walks with the dogs and some hard or even light work on the land. I want time out in the fresh air and a little peace and quiet amongst the olive trees.
Whatever your religious allegiance, wherever you are, I wish you peace. I hope that 2013 will bring you good friends to keep you company, a little work to feed you and, above all, good health.
Thank you for the stacks of messages and Christmas greetings. I really appreciate them and I will try to answer them over the holidays.
Abrazos, bises, hugs,
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