Back
Register for SMS Alerts
or enter your details manually below...
First Name:
Last Name:
Email:
Password:
Hometown:
Birthday:
Sorry, we couldn't find that email.
Existing users
Email
Password
Sorry, we couldn't find those details.
Enter Email
Sorry, we couldn't find that email.
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.
Malta hosts Digital Research in Humanities and Arts Conference
Cultural Diary 22-11

Susan Broadhurst, Anastasios Maragiannis and Toni Sant tell us about some of the most urgent issues facing the digital humanities today

A legacy of loveable monsters
Cultural Diary 21-11

As one of the founding members of the Gabriel Caruana Foundation, Raffaella Zammit speaks to Teodor Reljic about how the Foundation’s latest workshop-turned-exhibition, Kreaturi drew from Caruana’s legacy to motivate kids to create their own ‘biomorphic creatures’

Film Review: A brash assault on the senses
Film 21-11

A couple's relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their otherwise peaceful existence • 3/5

Witty banter and twisty turns | Tina Rizzo
Theatre & Dance 15-11

Actress Tina Rizzo speaks to Teodor Reljic about her upcoming role in The Birthday Suit, a dark comedy by David K. Barnes set to be staged at Blue Box, M Space in Msida from next weekend

‘It’s bizarre how some people in funding bodies perceive critique as an affront’
Valletta 2018 15-11

Now freed from institutional shackles following his controversial dismissal from the Valletta 2018 Foundation, Karsten Xuereb sits down with Teodor Reljic for a frank chat about how our Capital of Culture prospects appear from the outside, looking in

Cities of justice: Reclaiming Valletta from the market forces of gentrification
Valletta 2018 13-11

Amsterdam-based professor and writer Sebastian Olma takes part in Living Cities, Livable Spaces: Placemaking – an upcoming conference organised by the Valletta 2018 Foundation addressing key themes of Olma's work – namely, the concept of serendipity, and how it can help us  make our urban environments more egalitarian

Going back to strange | Stranger Things, Season 2
Television 13-11

The most powerful thing to hit this reviewer after sitting through a second season of the show is the realisation that the franchise is a bona fide interplay of contemporary mythology • 3/5

Every Brilliant Thing: laughter in the dark
Theatre & Dance 07-11

Theatre director Nanette Brimmer speaks to Teodor Reljic about teaming up with actor Alan Paris for yet another one-man show, following the duo’s memorable 2013 production I Am My Own Wife. Now, they will stage “the funniest play you’ll see about depression” as they take on  Duncan Macmillan’s Every Brilliant Thing

Film Review| Thor: Ragnarok
Film 07-11

Imprisoned, Thor finds himself in a lethal gladiatorial contest against the Hulk, his former ally. The mighty Thor must fight for survival and race against time to prevent the all-powerful Hela from destroying his home and the Asgardian civilization • 4/5

Basking in the original sin | Gabriel Buttigieg
Art 03-11

A quirky piece of juvenilia by a now-renowned local playwright, the 24-page chapbook – an illustrated blend of prose and poetry – Alfred Buttigieg’s ‘Dik il-Qtajra’, first (self) published in 1983, is now being thrust back into the spotlight by his son Gabriel Buttigieg, whose upcoming exhibition takes its cue from his father’s sexually explicit and somewhat nihilistic booklet  

follow us on facebook