A young working class film producer who is regarded Britain’s Youngest Philanthropist has had a truly remarkable 2015 and now the big question is will he be able to top this in 2016.
23year old Matthew C. Martino who is known to some for his aviation career which has included his pilots manual Lets Fly and consultancy company Lets Fly Academy or to others for his exploits within the film industry as a producer and executive has had a surreal year thanks to his big heart and deciding to concentrate his efforts on helping others.
In late 2013 Martino launched MMBF Trust or the Matthew Martino Benevolent Fund, an arts charity which supports and funds actors, filmmakers and creatives. On his 22nd birthday in 2014 MMBF Trust began international operations and thus led to his signature enterprise scheme the MM Enterprise Award.
In 2015 the Zimbabwean born has faced various challenges but has stood strong to be crowned Essex Young Person OF The Year 2015 this on top of a string of nominations including True African Heritage Awards, UK Trust Awards, British Red Cross Humanitarian Award and he is currently tipped for Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2016.
Martino’s film credits have gained by seven according to data from IMDB, his business interests have grown to include MMD-Tech his fresh and vibrant app design and acquisition firm. Martino has managed to get hands on with the work of both his charities as he presented MMBF awards at Hyperdrive Film Festival and Winchester Short Film Festival.