Video / 2/3/2015 8:05:08 AM
Silver Screen invited the cast and the director of local romantic comedy Between Friends into studio. We were also fortunate enough to be invited to the red carpet premiere and mix with the stars of stage and screen.
Video / 2/3/2015 8:22:33 AM
Cine Prestige is not just a luxury cinema, it is an experience. Silver Screen attended the launch of this luxury Ster-Kinekor brand in Sandton City, only fitting since this is Africa's richest square mile.
Video / 2/3/2015 10:35:04 AM
The Silver Screen team were fortunate enough to have Darrell Roodt, one of country's premiere film directors in studio to discuss his illustrious 30 year career as a film-maker.
Video / 2/3/2015 10:35:10 AM
Discop has quickly become one of the biggest film and television sales event on the African continent.
Video / 2/3/2015 10:38:11 AM
The Department of Trade & Industry recently announced a new micro-budget funding category in the hopes of encouraging emerging market film-makers to pick up their cameras and get creative.
Video / 2/3/2015 11:38:49 AM
The Fashion Film has been around for a while but is reasonably new to African shores. We take a look at some of the fascinating and experimental film work that's being done within this genre.
Video / 2/3/2015 12:01:24 PM
Film restoration is a pivotal part of preserving artistic expression. Cape Town based company Gravel Road Media have taken it upon themselves to restoring lost South African classics and cult films from the seventies and eighties. The Silver Screen team were on hand to witness this fascinating process.
Video / 2/3/2015 12:58:41 PM
It's a format that's larger than life for films that are larger than life. Silver Screen attended the launch of the new IMAX cinema at The Grove shopping centre in Centurion.
Video / 2/3/2015 1:57:26 PM
Zama Mkosi has been a champion of independent film and television in South Africa for years now as the CEO of the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF).
Video / 2/3/2015 2:32:59 PM
An often misunderstood independent cinema in Cape Town, the owner of the Labia, Ludi Kraus discusses the implication of the migration from 35mm film to digital and the impact it has on exhibitors the world over. This is both poignant and informative.