Latest Film Review
Updated: Jan 14
Congratulations The Annex Post Production,
A subsidiary of Connect TV ( www.connect.tv ).
On This Outstanding Achievement.
Today I was invited to a private movie premiere meant for post production professionals, by the Annex Post Production Managers Jennifer Madisha and Duncan Mpofu.
I can confidently say the movie premiere was a resounding success, drawing in a large and excited crowd
of South Africa’s top post-production professionals.
The atmosphere was electric as we gladly gathered to catch a glimpse of the highly-anticipated film. The excitement was palpable as we made our way into the final viewings suite of the Annex Post Production.
As I sat in the Annex Post Production final viewing room, the mood was equally festive, with us all post professionals chatting and taking our seats in eager anticipation of the film. The lights dimmed, and we grew quiet as the previews began to roll.
The film itself received rave reviews from both critics and the audience members alike. The acting was top-notch,
the editing was stunning, and the story was engaging and well-written.
As post professionals we were engrossed from beginning to end, with many in attendance noting that the film exceeded their high expectations.
After the film, the Annex Post Production , the post house responsible for the film’s post production, took to the stage for a Q&A session. Where they answered questions and shared the post production’s behind the scenes anecdotes.
The energy in the room was palpable as we mingled with the post team and congratulated them for a job well done.
Overall, this private premiere is one I will always remember, a fantastic film well edited by the Annex Post Production, a subsidiary of Connect TV ( www.connect.tv ). It is clear that hard work and dedication of all involved has paid off in a truly remarkable way.
Jennifer Madisha, Duncan Mpofu and the entire team Annex once again, congratulations on this outstanding achievement. I for one look forward to seeing more great and well edited films from your post company in the future.
Whitemore Ngwira is a film critic and a SAFTAs jury member under the technical panel with a focus on editing.
The South African Film and Television Awards ( SAFTAs ) honour, celebrate and promote the creativity, quality and excellence of South African Film and Television talent and productions, and serve to encourage entrepreneurship and the development of new talent within the industry.
Whitemore loves watching and evaluating movies in order to provide expert opinion and analysis. He has a deep knowledge and understanding of the film industry, its history and its trends.
Whitemore is currently the Co-Chairperson of SASFED, The South African Screen Federation, the national federation of independent film, television and audiovisual content industry organisations in South Africa, Executive Member of SAGE,
The South African Guild of Editors which represents film and video picture editors, assistant editors, colourists and sound editors. He is the chairperson of ICG-SA, The Independent Colourists Guild and Safrea, The Southern African Freelancers' Association. He is also a Board Member of The SOS Coalition, Full Member of The Colorist Society International (CSI) and full member of TEMPO - Federation of Film Editors Associations.