Based in Malta, Rock Productions is a full service production company. We specialize in producing and servicing international TV Commercials, Photo Shoots, Reality TV shows, Music Videos, Corporate Image Films, Documentaries and Animation/CGI.
We chose to name the company Rock Productions because Malta is known to the locals as “The Rock” and hell, we also love Rock’n Roll.
Having originally come from Cape Town, South Africa and shot with clients for over 17 years from all over the world: UK, Germany, Japan, China, USA, Canada, Spain, Russia, Finland, France, Lithuania, Ukraine, South Africa and the Middle East, we have acquired a great deal of knowledge in accomplishing a successful production.
Rock is part of a worldwide global network of trusted filmmakers in 46 countries, IQ-International Quorom of Motion Picture Producers
In an effort to reduce waste and for the better good of the environment, we strive to provide greener production services.
Rock’s service division is based on one principle “Get the job done no matter what”
Whatever your requirements, whatever the size of your production, due to Malta’s favourable weather conditions we are able to provide you with a service that extends beyond expectation 12 months of the year.
Service excellence is achieved through the collaboration and harmonisation of artistic requirements and financial resources.
Rock Productions does not work on a fixed price menu, preferring rather to meet the needs of each client individually. Contact Rock Productions to request a briefing form and we will be able to promptly tailor-make a quote for your specific purpose.
We provide a comprehensive all-inclusive service:
Cash & Budget Management
Digital, Video & Live Castings
Model/Character Options & Bookings
Crew & Artist Booking
Prop manufacturing & Sourcing
Set Building & Art Department
Film, Digital & Processing (film processing done in Italy)
Digital Equipment Rental & Support
Travel & Accomodation
Customs Clearance Assistance
Business Visa Arrangements
Greener Production Services