‘Nobody values my art’, minister’s husband tells MP who questioned €15,000 acquisition
Artist Patrick Dalli, husband of the EU and equality minister, texted Nationalist MP Therese Comodini Cachia after demanding transparency on the acquisition of his €15,000...
Bringing some swing back | Nico Darmanin
Malta’s younger counterpart to Joseph Calleja, tenor Nico Darmanin, speaks to MaltaToday about his upcoming concert ‘Unforgettable’, where he will share the...
X Factor singer releases film taking on ‘must-stay-gay culture’ in Malta

X Factor contestant who stoked controversy over gay conversion claims to premier ‘ex-gay’ film in London

X Factor contestant who stoked controversy over gay...

X Factor has opened up a world of new voices for Malta

X Factor Malta has introduced us to voices we might never have heard of...

X Factor Malta has introduced us to voices we might never...

Dreaming up a childhood pop culture fantasia | Lisa Falzon

Back on the island with a new exhibition, acclaimed illustrator Lisa Falzon...

Back on the island with a new exhibition, acclaimed...

Film review | Bird Box - No gazing into the abyss, kids

Susanne Bier’s perfunctory adaptation of Josh Malerman’s...

Susanne Bier’s perfunctory adaptation of Josh...

A door to perception | Andrew Borg Wirth

Forming part of a wider project whose wistful undercurrents its subtitle certainly bears out, ‘Antiporta: A Fading Negotiation’ is an...

Forming part of a wider project whose wistful undercurrents...

Catching the eternal rhythm | Efrain Toro percussion masterclass

World-renowned percussionist Efrain Toro speaks to MaltaToday about his life in...

World-renowned percussionist Efrain Toro speaks to...

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Looking back at 2018 | The best and worst films of 2018

Our resident film critic Teodor Reljic sifts through a year’s worth of...

Our resident film critic Teodor Reljic sifts through a...

What Malta’s artists and creatives told us about their hopes for 2019

Culled from a year’s worth of interviews with MaltaToday, local artists and creative practitioners speak about where their respective scenes are heading,...

Culled from a year’s worth of interviews with...

Looking back at 2018 | ‘After Valletta 2018, we will never be the same again’

Now that the dust begins to settle in the wake of Valletta serving as European Capital of Culture in 2018, MaltaToday asks some of our main artists and...

Now that the dust begins to settle in the wake of Valletta...

‘Refalo’s Preti’ wheeled out for MUZA opening, then stored back again

Mattia Preti’s ‘Daniel Interpreting Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream’, acquired on former minister’s say-so, given a brief...

Mattia Preti’s ‘Daniel Interpreting...

Film Review | Bahar Zmien (Of Time and the Sea)

Maltese-Australian filmmaker Peter Sant presents a beautifully shot and...

Maltese-Australian filmmaker Peter Sant presents a...

Christmas - it's all about the weather and the tunes

There's no Christmas without the accompanying soundtrack, the classic tunes...

There's no Christmas without the accompanying...

Heritage Malta to give away 1,000 gift packs to students

Heritage Malta is giving away gift packs to the first 1,000 students who visit...

Heritage Malta is giving away gift packs to the first 1,000...

Film Review | Aquaman

Oscillating between cumbersome world-building and symphonic pulp brilliance, James Wan’s orchestration of the latest salvo from DC’s ‘shared...

Oscillating between cumbersome world-building and symphonic...

Discovering the rural creative community of Moosach, in Munich

From Noh performances, to a Bauhaus theatre and a man who is building his own...

From Noh performances, to a Bauhaus theatre and a man who...

A shared past and a mutual destiny | Klitsa Antoniou

Among the trio forming part of the Malta Pavilion at the 2019 Venice Biennale,...

Among the trio forming part of the Malta Pavilion at the...

Rokit crosses genre boundaries with award-winning novel

With Rokit, Loranne Vella distinguished herself with yet another prize-winning...

With Rokit, Loranne Vella distinguished herself with yet...

Film review | Antony and Cleopatra

Directed by Simon Godwin for the National Theatre and starring Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo as William Shakespeare’s doomed cross-continental lovers,...

Directed by Simon Godwin for the National Theatre and...