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Film 07:36

This biopic of the real-life “Poker Princess” is rich pickings for the master of rapid-fire dialogue Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut, with a star turn from its already-accomplished lead Jessica Chastain • 3/5

Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan dies suddenly
Music 15-01

The death was confirmed by the singer’s publicist

[WATCH] Valletta residents proud of V18, but say they have been neglected
Valletta 2018 15-01

As the capital city prepares to officially take on the mantle of European Capital of Culture for 2018, MaltaToday spoke to residents who shared their enthusiasm, concerns, and reflections on V18

A political manifesto on the liberation of women
Books 10-01

The Confectioner’s Daughter is the first novel l written in English to win the Prize since the National Book Council introduced the bilingual rule putting both English and Maltese, as State official languages, on an equivalent platform

[WATCH] Aerial shots of Floriana fortifications, now restored back to their glory
Valletta 2018 09-01

4,500 square metres of Crucifix Hill, Floriana bastions ready from restoration

[WATCH] Dusty fingers: the vinyl revival
Music 09-01

Vinyl’s comeback is still going strong at Malta’s oldest record store, the D’Amato Records outlet in Valletta. MaltaToday finds out what the lure of the analog is all about

Film review | Blade of the Immortal
Film 09-01

Your film critic is currently in Rome... where even Netflix offers a richer selection of treats than what’s available locally. Alas... • 3/5 

Watching the destruction unfold
Cultural Diary 08-01

Visual artist Maxine Attard will never take a walk in her neighbourhood again. Rampant urban development is the culprit, and her latest exhibition of works at The Mill in Birkirkara – entitled In Between Obliterations – is her creative response to the islands’ ongoing crisis of uglification

Valletta 2018 launches environmental policy
Valletta 2018 05-01

Valletta 2018 is launching the first national sustainability policy for events in Malta, which will cover all Valletta 2018 events 

The most anticipated films of 2018
Film 04-01

TEODOR RELJIC dusts off the crystal ball (aka Google with a dash of IMDB) to suss out what the most hotly-anticipated cinematic outings of the coming year will be

Valletta is European Capital of Culture. Reasons to celebrate?
Valletta 2018 04-01

Looking at 2018 | What are the implications of pitching this potentially scene-changing opportunity as simply yet another ‘celebration’?

[WATCH] Is-Suq Tal-Belt officially opens
Valletta 2018 03-01

Is-Suq Tal-Belt has officially opened today in the run-up to Valletta 2018 after a private investment of €14 million

Their hopes for Valletta 2018 and beyond: a year of the This Week interview
Valletta 2018 03-01

Looking at 2018 | Culled from a year’s worth of interviews with TEODOR RELJIC, local artists and creative practitioners reveal what they’d like to see more – or less – of in the year when our capital city becomes European Capital of Culture

Proposed rubbish collection hours ‘logistical nightmare’ for Valletta shops
Valletta 2018 03-01

A proposed waste collection scheme at night in Valletta could turn out to be a nightmare for business owners, one restaurateur told MaltaToday 

The best and worst films of 2017 | Teodor Reljic
Film 29-12

Our resident film critic TEODOR RELJIC sifts through a year’s worth of film reviews to pick the worst and best of the bunch

Film Review | Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Film 27-12

Though divisive for a large chunk of the saga's more conservative fans, Rian Johnson's journey into a galaxy far, far away is a bold, suspenseful and emotionally wrenching charge of blockbuster sound and fury  • 4.5/5

[WATCH] Restored Triton fountain reveals its glory
Valletta 2018 22-12

In the run up towards Valletta 2018, the restored fountain is now surrounded by a paved expanse that will be occupied by people and not buses

‘Nothing stops us from being creative’ | Joseph Lia
Music 20-12

Now that one of Malta’s youngest musical showcases has drawn the last curtain on its latest edition, Teodor Reljic speaks to Artistic Director Joseph Lia about the past, present and future of the Malta International Organ Festival, whose fourth edition was capped off with a Grand Finale concert at St Augustine’s Parish Church in Valletta on December 7

All about my super-satire friends | Jo Caruana
Theatre & Dance 20-12

As the Comedy Knights prepare for the fifth instalment of their sell-out show, we take a trip down memory lane with Lady Jo Caruana

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