The call for entries usually happens around August. And I suggest that anybody that’s interested in submitting to the festival extensively goes through all the previous winners of the festival - you can find all their links on the website - to understand what the competition is like. What’s the level of filmmaking that’s winning the competition? And also people should understand what makes a drone film in general interesting, and differentiates itself, because that’s what’s going to be a winner. As far as getting involved with the film festival itself, people reaching out, letting us know what their skillsets are, we definitely have a lot of room for people that can help, especially when it comes to press and getting the word out there. We’re a small team, and it’s always important for us to get the word out as best we possibly can.