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Film review | Atomic Blonde
Film 30-08

While Atomic Blonde drips with style, its choreography does not impress as much as it could have, even more so considering how good Charlize Theron is throughout

Bank of Valletta named preferred partner of Valletta 2018 Foundation
Valletta 2018 29-08

The partnership was announced during a brief ceremony held at The House of The Four Winds in Valletta

Remember the ‘blood-fire’
Art 29-08

Malta-based artist Chris de Souza Jensen (aka Seapuppy) on how music and skateboarding play an equally influential role in his creative process, and what it takes to sustain a career as a full-time artist in Malta

This concrete pavilion in Denmark is the work of two young Maltese architects
Architecture 28-08

Two young female architects tutor concrete workshop in Denmark and produce a permanent structure in one of Denmark’s picturesque towns

The stereotype-smashing scream | Martyrium
Music 28-08

Following the success of its inaugural edition last year, the female-fronted metal music festival Voices of the Succubi returns for a second helping at Chateau Buskett next week

73.6% of Maltese have not been to a cultural site in 12 months, survey finds
Cultural Diary 23-08

Eurostat survey of participation in cultural or sport activities finds Maltese with one of the lowest rates of attendance to cultural and historical sites

Film review | Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets: Another loopy tribute
Film 23-08

Valerian is strange and beautiful and exciting, but its flaws are reason enough for the non-aficionados to remain non-enthused • 3/5

Swede rockers The Hives for Malta gig with Beangrowers and No Snow/No Alps
Music 22-08

Swedish garage rockers The Hives take the stage with Malta’s finest on 29 September

The (heavy) ties that bind | Malcolm Alden
Music 22-08

In under a month, the first documentary on the Maltese metal scene in Malta will be screened, and Teodor Reljic caught up Malcolm Alden who filled him in on the inspiration behind Brotherhood: A Story of Metal in Malta, and what it says about this musical genre 

New Valletta 2018 Foundation premises inaugurated
Valletta 2018 21-08

The move was made necessary by the fact that the management team has grown significantly in recent years

Comedy legend Jerry Lewis dies at 91
Entertainment 21-08

Jerry Lewis, the ‘king of comedy’ who dominated 1950s Hollywood, has died at the age of 91

Going DIY with a smile on their faces | Banjo Rancho
Music 21-08

Ahead of the launch of their sophomore album, Teodor Reljic speaks to Benji aka ‘Banjo Rancho’ – drummer and founder of the genre-hopping act The Ranch, about 100 Smiles An Hour and how it was largely crowdfunded into existence 

Bocelli, Calleja take anniversary concert to new highs
Cultural Diary 20-08

The public was treated to quite the show on the 20th anniversary of Joseph Calleja’s public debut in the world of opera

Labour of love: The almost century-long family history behind St Julian’s Gostra
Cultural Diary 20-08

MaltaToday spoke to Simon Bugeja, whose family have been organising the gostra for over 60 years, to find out more about the 119-year-old tradition

Preparations for Summer Carnival in full swing
Cultural Diary 19-08

Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government praises event's increasing popularity

Daniel Craig confirms James Bond return
Film 16-08

Daniel Craig has confirmed that he will return to the role of James Bond

Connecting through literature | Leanne Ellul
Books 16-08

Ahead of the upcoming edition of the Malta Mediterranean Literature Festival, organised by enduring literary NGO Inizjamed, Teodor Reljic speaks to the organisation’s administrator Leanne Ellul about what’s in store for this year’s edition of the local and international showcase of poetry and prose

Film review | War for the Planet of the Apes: Removed from the originals
Film 16-08

War for the Planet of the Apes in no way a perfect film, but it is visually ambitious, thematically interesting and at times even thought -provoking

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