Film Review | Joker: The burning powder keg of our modern times
‘Hangover’ director Todd Philips channels a decidedly darker variant of his comedic impulses with this oblique, off-kilter and impeccably realised take on the iconic...
‘I am not afraid to speak’ | Rosemarie Aquilina
Skyrocketing to international fame after sentencing serial rapist Larry Nassar to 175 years in jail in a case that became a lightning-rod for the ‘#MeToo’ era,...
Award-winning authors take centre-stage at Malta Book Festival

Attendees will be given the opportunity to meet and discover the works of...

Attendees will be given the opportunity to meet and...

Film Review | In the Tall Grass: Beware the violent vegetation

Written by the father-son horror scribe duo of Stephen King and Joe Hill, this...

Written by the father-son horror scribe duo of Stephen King...

‘We are not living in the best of times’ | Immanuel Mifsud

With a concluding story that folds in a fictionalised take on both the recent...

With a concluding story that folds in a fictionalised take...

Film Review | In the Shadow of the Moon: The murderous churn of time

Boasting a solid core concept but hampered by crummy execution, the latest...

Boasting a solid core concept but hampered by crummy...

Capturing a snakily shifting Europe | Margerita Pulè

Having curated an upcoming exhibition by Italian artist Alex Urso, Margerita...

Having curated an upcoming exhibition by Italian artist...

Malta Book Festival put emphasis on child-friendly activities

This year's Malta Book Festival will provide age-appropriate learning...

This year's Malta Book Festival will provide...

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Film Review | The Souvenir: The art of instructive mistakes

Executively produced by Martin Scorsese, British director Joanna Hogg’s...

Executively produced by Martin Scorsese, British director...

A potent reminder  of our entanglement with nature | Rebecca Lewin

Ahead of the MICAS International Art Weekend, curator Rebecca Lewin of the...

Ahead of the MICAS International Art Weekend, curator...

Celine Dion to perform in Malta next summer

Canadian popstar to sing live at the Floriana Granaries in July

Canadian popstar to sing live at the Floriana Granaries in...

Qatari dhow in Malta offers floating museum and 2022 World Cup presentation

Visitors will able to experience this floating museum of the rich Qatari marine heritage whilst also enjoying presentations about the FIFA 2022 World Cup on...

Visitors will able to experience this floating museum of...

Film Review | Pain And Glory: Turning the camera around

The world’s most celebrated Spanish film-maker lays all vulnerabilities...

The world’s most celebrated Spanish film-maker lays...

Exporting the ritual | Gabriel Buttigieg

Artist Gabriel Buttigieg takes ‘The Beach’ to Poland, as a recent collection of paintings heads to the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. TEODOR...

Artist Gabriel Buttigieg takes ‘The Beach’ to...

Emma Marrone will skip Malta concert for health reasons

On Instagram, the Italian singer tells fans that she will suspend her singing...

On Instagram, the Italian singer tells fans that she will...

The rich tapestries of memory | John Aquilina

Poet John Aquilina speaks to TEODOR RELJIC about his upcoming collection...

Poet John Aquilina speaks to TEODOR RELJIC about his...

Film Review | IT: Chapter Two: Brutal and diminishing returns

Director Andy Muschietti returns to complete the Stephen King-inspired killer...

Director Andy Muschietti returns to complete the Stephen...

Historic Maltese writers’ congress passes economic rights motion

National Book Council establishes the first National Writers’ Congress to...

National Book Council establishes the first National...

Film Review | Transit: The road to nowhere

Conceptually playful though sneakily poignant, Christian Petzold’s unique...

Conceptually playful though sneakily poignant, Christian...

A farcical charge of populist absurdism | Michael Fenech on Rinoċeronti

TEODOR RELJIC speaks to theatre director Michael Fenech of Bla Kondixin fame, who will this season be taking on a more intense variety of satire with...

TEODOR RELJIC speaks to theatre director Michael Fenech of...