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Teodor Reljic is MaltaToday's culture editor and film critic. He joined the newspaper in 2010. He read English and obtained his Master's degree from the University of Malta in 2012, and is also co-editor of Schlock Magazine, an online fiction magazine. His debut novel Two is published by Merlin Publishers. A self-confessed geek, he is a fan of speculative fiction, comic books, and the films of Nicolas Winding Refn.
Shooting for the stars | Erika Zammit
Art 19-07

Young painter Erika Zammit speaks to Teodor Reljic about The Final Frontier, her inaugural exhibition during which she will be showcasing works of art depicting space, alongside works on the same theme by Victor Grech

Film review | Okja: That’ll do pig, that’ll do
Film 18-07

Tugging at the heartstrings as hard as it plunges a knife straight into the jugular of the industrial food complex, Okja is an untamed beast of a film that is sure to take you on an emotional rollercoaster • 5/5

Busting out of the microcosm | Oliver Degabriele
Music 17-07

With the Malta Jazz Festival kicking off soon, Teodor Reljic caught up with Malta-born, Paris-based double-bass player Oliver Degabriele ahead of an upcoming gig where he will be accompanying vocalist Nadine Axisa for a free concert 

Film review | Spider-Man: Homecoming: Netting the youth audience in its web
Film 11-07

Spider-Man: Homecoming is an overstuffed superhero franchise concoction that delights as much as it frustrates • 3/5

Teaching universal love – it starts at home | Moira Scicluna Zahra & Mark Scicluna
Books 10-07

Teodor Reljic speaks to Moira Scicluna Zahra and Mark Scicluna about Mamà, allura din imħabba? – a new picturebook which gently celebrates the universality of same-sex parenthood. Malta-born but currently based in Scotland, writer-artist duo delve into the challenges of such a comparatively risque project in the current Maltese publishing landscape 

The lightshow wizard method | Andrew Schembri
Entertainment 05-07

Andrew Schembri, one half of the lighting installation duo Late Interactive, speaks about how the young company’s unique approach to lighting for culture and entertainment events came about, ahead of their next showcase – IDDI, which forms part of the Malta International Arts Festival

Film review | Bright Sunshine In: A lover’s discourse, ad nauseam...
Film 04-07

Bright Sunshine In is the kind of film you get when an acclaimed and talented filmmaker and an acclaimed and talented actress get together on a project... and the magic that’s meant to follow simply doesn’t happen • 2/5

‘Gayer than Strait Street’ | Sean Buhagiar
Theatre & Dance 03-07

Director Sean Buhagiar speaks about the upcoming cabaret bonanza Balzunetta Towers, penned by Alfred Sant with lyrics by Albert Marshall and featuring an eclectic selection of local performers who will seek to reconstruct the history of the Balzunetta area – known as ‘Strait Street’s naughtier, gayer sister’ 

The only planet we call home | David Grima
Art 27-06

Artist David Grima’s exhibition Arbanġ includes photographs, radiographic imaging and thread

The fluid, violent stream of life | Adrian Buckle
Theatre & Dance 26-06

Teodor Reljic speaks to Unifaun Theatre founder Adrian Buckle about the company’s upcoming production Metamorfosi – which adapts Ovid’s classic long poem through a Maltese-language script co-written by Trevor Zahra, and which promises to be the ‘most ambitious’ project Unifaun have ever undertaken

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