Arthouse Film & Branded Entertainment Production
Silverprince Pictures is an award-winning independent arthouse production studio comprising in the development and production of films and branded entertainment content for audiences around the world through telling groundbreaking and compelling stories.
Our philosophy of "Bringing The Art Out Of The Story” has empowered the company to be unique in its innovative approach to visual storytelling. Headquartered in London, Silverprince Pictures was founded by Darius Shu in 2018. Through its connections in South East Asia, we also facilitate and coordinate production shoots between Asia and the UK. We create content under the division of Films and Branded Entertainment Commercials.
We are committed to producing films that involve visionary storytelling and integrating the elements of arthouse into conventional cinema. Combining exceptional talents with a focus on creating visually beautiful films with an uncompromising vision in production, we pride ourselves on delivering the highest quality content that will evoke emotions. We have shot and produced multiple award-winning films that have premiered at international festivals including the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival, LA Shorts International Film Festival, HollyShorts Film Festival, and distributed on streaming platforms worldwide
Chanel, Coach, The Laterals, Nessy,
Dominic Cooper x The Laterals
Kaya Scodelario x The Laterals
Coach Commercial FW19
Chanel x Paris Fashion Week 2019 with Yuna
Based on a true story of tenacity, a seven-year-old boy struggles to make sense of words on the page. But when Mike is diagnosed with dyslexia and the teachers continue to fail him, his mother takes matters into her own hands to help her son fulfil his true potential. An Official Selection at the Oscar/BAFTA qualifying LA Shorts International Film Festival 2020, this award-winning film was made to create awareness of children with dyslexia as they are not only being failed, but they are also being damaged. People assume dyslexia is being addressed but in reality, it isn't.