Business is more than time and money for Pro.Motion Limited; it is professionalism, integrity and creativity.
Pro.Motion Limited strives to produce high-quality audio-visual productions including documentaries, cinematic work, animation and television programmes. The company aims to draw positive feedback from critics and audiences alike.
Who are we?
Pro.Motion Limited is responsible for over 5,000 hours of production work. Its repertoire includes documentaries, prime-time talk shows, paranormal programmes, children's programmes and animation amongst many others. Through the years the members have established themselves as media professionals who provide high-quality educational, entertaining and edutaining programmes and have garnered extremely positive feedback from critics and audiences alike. The director of the Company is Carmel Bonnici (also known as Charlo C Bonnici).
We invite you to take a look at our website so as to familiarize yourself with the work we are so proud to have carried out.
The Core Team
|Carmel Bonnici (also known as Charlo C Bonnici) has been working non-stop as a freelance producer with three television stations, including Malta's national broadcaster, since 2004. He has also acted as drama coach for an internationally-awarded television series. Moreover in 2010 Mr Bonnici was personally awarded funds by the Malta Film Commission and owns exclusive rights to develop an animated children's series related to myths and legends of islands around the world. Mr Bonnici is also one of the fifteen participants specifically handpicked to attend the Training for Audio Visual Professionals (a first in Malta) organized by the Malta Film Commission and the MEDIA Desk Malta.|
Business Development Manager
|Ruth Frendo is an established freelance Maltese producer / television presenter who has been working continuously since 2004. Her production work includes documentaries, prime-time talk shows and children's programmes amongst many others. Ruth has worked as PRO to an international song contest. She is also a published author and is currently freelancing articles for international publications. Ruth is presently pursuing a Masters degree specialized in PR and Media with the University of Sheffield Hallam (UK). She is also one of the fifteen participants specifically handpicked to attend the Training for Audio Visual Professionals (a first in Malta) organized by the Malta Film Commission and the MEDIA Desk Malta. She has also attended a number of courses overseas. Ruth has been described as a "Star!" (The Sunday Times, 21st January 2007) and been described to have "the rare combination of intelligence and allure that makes her ideal both as an interviewer and as a television personality". (The Sunday Times, 17th January 2010).|
|Mary Anne Zammit is a retired school principal with forty years' experience in the education section. She has done research work for projects including a number of documentaries and television programmes, as well as the animated children's series related with myths and legends of islands around the world, which had funds awarded by the Malta Film Fund.|
Animation is about creating the illusion of life. And you can't create it if you done have one