Following the Metropole era, Lino continued his projectionist career at the Embassy and Ambassador cinemas in Valletta, later turned into Malta's first 4-screen multiplex. Here is where Lino was also involved in setting up its equipment and diverse technical setups. On the other hands, Ray persisted in the industry by starting making his own short films. In the same period of time, he was also being heavily involved in the running of the Malta Cine Circle and the Golden Knight International Film Festival, where his endeavors "produced splendid results".
Fast forward to 1994, White Light Pictures was formed, starting with the invention of a unique multi-lingual system for Malta’s first audiovisual tourist attraction, The Malta Experience. Throughout the years, this unique multi-lingual system got adopted by almost all of Malta’s other auditorium-based and walk-through tourist attractions. Following its success, it is now one of the company’s major products. The company worked extensively on such attractions as Gozo 360, The Knights of Malta and The Limestone Heritage. The company owns their own production studio, including a 24-seater screening room / film review theatre. Audiovisual productions can be recorded, edited and reviewed. One of the company's key services is also providing seating solutions for both small and large projects, including cinemas, theatres, halls and conference centres here in Malta.