Face of a liar: Terinu, author of the freemasonry slur against Gerald Strickland
Ettore Bono, who gave Maltese politics the word ‘terinata’
Hollywood legend Kirk Douglas dies at 103
Giant of the silver screen, and one of the last remaining actors of Hollywood's Golden Age, dies at 103
Maltese documentaries ‘The Normans’ and ‘The Giant Deep Reds’ win international awards

Locally-produced documentaries, one on Medieval period in Malta, the other on bluefin tuna, win international awards

Locally-produced documentaries, one on Medieval period in...

Enjoying the lingering Christmas feeling? Here’s what to watch

Everyone’s got a favourite Christmas movie, and they might just get a...

Everyone’s got a favourite Christmas movie, and they...

Film Review | Knives Out: A fine-tuned family feud

Christmas has come early for lovers of lovingly crafted genre cinema, as The...

Christmas has come early for lovers of lovingly crafted...

Writing as a form of activism | John P. Portelli

Born in Malta but based in Canada, the author and academic John P. Portelli...

Born in Malta but based in Canada, the author and academic...

‘The present system cannot go on’ | Paul Bartolo

As the events of Sette Giugno continue to reverberate across Maltese society in...

As the events of Sette Giugno continue to reverberate...

Film Review | The Irishman: A history of violence

Martin Scorcese’s Netflix epic may take its sweet time, but the patient...

Martin Scorcese’s Netflix epic may take its sweet...

Stick it to the man! MaltaToday’s alternative playlist for the Castille protests

Marco Masini’s Vaffanculo, Muse and Bob Marley? Someone’s Spotify list is stuck on the ‘dinner party rebellion’ playlist. Here are some...

Marco Masini’s Vaffanculo, Muse and Bob Marley?...

A musical army of friends | Noah Fabri

TEODOR RELJIC speaks to Noah Fabri about Karmaġenn, a multi-disciplinary, multi-artist project ostensibly led by him and stemming from the desire to tell a...

TEODOR RELJIC speaks to Noah Fabri about Karmaġenn, a...

Film Review | Doctor Sleep: Oh Danny boy, the ghosts, the ghosts are calling

The Haunting of Hill House’s Mike Flanagan gets his slice of the Stephen King cinematic renaissance pie with a fun any pacy slice of horror with a...

The Haunting of Hill House’s Mike Flanagan gets his...

Film Review | Earthquake Bird: No flavour to the aftershocks

Psychological unease looms large over this lush adaptation of an award-winning...

Psychological unease looms large over this lush adaptation...

Choir aims to place music within a wider context | Alexander Vella Gregory

Director of the Cappella Sanctae Catharinae choir Alexander Vella Gregory speaks to TEODOR RELJIC ahead of the choir’s 10th anniversary concert, which...

Director of the Cappella Sanctae Catharinae choir Alexander...

Film Review | Bornholmer Strasse: Breaking down the barriers

Screening at the German-Maltese Circle next week to commemorate the 30th...

Screening at the German-Maltese Circle next week to...

Rockers re-emerge from their slumber | Lord Adder

Formed in 1992 and officially disbanded in 2004, defining Maltese hard rock...

Formed in 1992 and officially disbanded in 2004, defining...

Film Review | The King: Unsurprisingly, Shakespeare did it better

Netflix’s attempt at weighty historical drama attempts to capitalise on...

Netflix’s attempt at weighty historical drama...

'Thinking is a dangerous activity' | An Paenhuysen

An Paenhuysen, a Berlin-based writer, curator and arts educator will be coming...

An Paenhuysen, a Berlin-based writer, curator and arts...

Film Review | Wounds: Crawling under the skin

British-Iranian director Babak Anvari makes good on the promise shown in his...

British-Iranian director Babak Anvari makes good on the...

Floating in and out of the silver river | John Paul Azzopardi

Renowned for his striking ‘bone sculptures’, artist John Paul...

Renowned for his striking ‘bone sculptures’,...

A guide to the Malta Book Festival 2019

The Malta Book Festival is less than a week away, here is everything attendees need to know about the largest literary festival on the island

The Malta Book Festival is less than a week away, here is...