MALCOLM SCERRI-FERRANTE began training on sets in the film and TV industry at 17 and is credited in over 80 international productions ranging from features, commercials to documentaries and music videos. In 1994 he became the first film production manager in the Maltese islands and eventually PM'd several international movies including "The Count of Monte Cristo", "Largo Winch", "Asterix and Obelisk - Mission: Cleopatra", and moving into Eastern Europe, "Eragon". His Line Producer credits include the feature "A Different Loyalty" starring Sharon Stone and "The Dovekeepers" by CBS/Mark Burnett, as well as large challenging TV Ads for Chanel, L'Oreal, Bacardi, Volvo, Corona, Shell, American Express, Coca Cola, Orange and several other global brands. He has managed budgets ranging from $10,000 to over $100 million, employed by American studios including 20th Century Fox and CBS Television. His focus on production value and cost-effective management are the characteristics of his work which have earned him a long-standing reputation. For a two-year span (1998-2000) he was the resident production and marketing manager for numerous international productions at Malta's water-SFX facility studio, Mediterranean Film Studios. The year 1999 officially became the busiest in the studio's 35-year history. Throughout his career he has participated in various industry seminars, contributed to committees, written several articles and also sat on the Maltese government's Film Advisory Board. In 2001 he incorporated The Producer's Creative Partnership (PCP), Malta's first film production service company. Besides his work in the film industry, in the 1990's he produced several hours of TV programming including documentaries, some of which became Malta's first European television co-productions, leading to two international nominations and one award ("A Gentleman from Malta"). His work has taken him to Vancouver, South Africa, Jordan, Central & Eastern Europe, Colombia and Malta where he was born. He is a member of The Production Guild of Great Britain.