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Music 19-09

All proceeds from the festival go towards charitable causes

Film Review | Killer concept murdered by rushed execution
Film 19-09

A high school student discovers a supernatural notebook with deadly powers. Intoxicated with his new power, he begins to eliminate those he deems unworthy of life • 2/5

Wedded to the music
Cultural Diary 18-09

Teodor Reljic catches up with David Gedge, front man for long-standing British indie-rock act The Wedding Present ahead of their upcoming gig in Malta

Għaqda Każini tal-Banda wins 2017 European Citizens' Prize
Cultural Diary 16-09

First awarded in 2008, the European Citizens' Prize has recognised projects and initiatives that promote EU values, mutual understanding and facilitate cross-border cooperation. 

Malta Philharmonic feud: Brian Schembri and Sigmund Mifsud clashed over contract
Music 13-09

Long-standing disagreement between Maestro Schembri and MPO chairman Sigmund Mifsud culminated with Schembri’s no-show for closing season concert

Resurrecting the street saints
Art 13-09

One of Malta’s most prolific and consistent street artists, James Micallef Grimaud talks about the evolution of his style, the challenges for his chosen genre on the Maltese island, as well as its ability to directly tap into sociopolitical themes while also being able to provide immediate pleasure for its viewers

Malta Philharmonic terminates Brian Schembri’s contract as principal conductor
Music 12-09

Maestro says “humiliating” decision is “unfair, abusive and, in my opinion, illegal”

Film review | Southern sibling heist jamboree
Film 12-09

Teaming up with another sibling team of lowlives, the three hatch a plan to rob the legendary NASCAR racing tournament • 3/5

Polishing up for perfection
Theatre & Dance 11-09

Teodor Reljic speaks to playwright, theatre director and actor Malcolm Galea about Get Your Act Together, an initiative aiming to encourage up-and-coming playwrights by providing mentorship and funds, and which will be enjoying its first showcase at the upcoming edition of Science in the City

Animated hit movie Frozen returns with three new songs
Music 10-09

Frozen is the most successful animated film of all-time at cinemas – and a full-length sequel is planned for 2019

New film starring Jim Caviezel, James Faulkner and Olivier Martinez to be shot in Malta
Film 09-09

‘Paul, Apostle of Christ’ is a historical drama produced by Sony Pictures through its faith-based Affirm Films label, Variety reports

[IN PICTURES] Victory Day regatta: Bormla claim aggregate shield
Cultural Diary 08-09

Bormla won the aggregate shield in this year’s regatta, in a near-cleansweep that saw them finish first in seven of the first eight races across the two categories

Eden Cinemas presents: Love to Paradise, filmed in Malta
Film 08-09

Cinema-goers are invited to join director Julian Galea for an exclusive Q & A session and screening of his new movie, filmed in Malta 'Love to Paradise', on September 16

Lecture on Batik Dyeing skills of China's Miao Ethnic Group being held in Malta
Cultural Diary 06-09

The China Cultural Centre in Malta will be holding a lecture on September 12, as part of the Colourful Guizhou Culture and Art Festival, centred around Batik dyeing and painting

Reduced admission at Fort St Angelo on Victory Day
Cultural Diary 06-09

On September 8, Fort St Angelo will be open to the public for €2 to celebrate Victory Day. Visitors can also explore the restored polverista at the Ferramolino Cavalier

A cry for artistic education
Theatre & Dance 06-09

Never one to mince words or worry too much about going long, painter and Manoel Theatre Artistic Director Kenneth Zammit Tabona catches up with Teodor Reljic to give his hot take on the shortcomings of the Maltese cultural scene

Last chance to view de Valette’s dagger before it’s shipped back to Paris
Cultural Diary 05-09

De Valette dagger exhibition extended until Friday

Film review | Seven bullets for seven sisters
Film 05-09

Norwegian director Tommy Wirkola is back: this time with What Happened to Monday, starring Noomi Rapace...seven times

The return of the book: loans from public libraries increase
Books 04-09

In 2016, book loans from public libraries increased to 844,598, yet new members registered on the decline

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