Dom Mintoff assassination thriller heads to the big screen
Feature film adaptation of Alex Vella Gera’s bestselling novel Is-Sriep Reġgħu Saru Velenużi locks script and casting
Cash once used to bring Hollywood could finance Malta's film industry
Producers wonder whether normality could ever return to Malta’s film servicing industry as coronavirus shuts down film sets
Film producers request tax rebates stay in place, propose reforms

MPA calls for think-tank to explore procedures, adaptions of technologies and...

MPA calls for think-tank to explore procedures, adaptions...

Coronavirus: Film and TV industry to get maximum government aid

The Malta Producers’ Association welcomes government support for the...

The Malta Producers’ Association...

Film and TV industry critically hit by the coronavirus, producers say

The Malta Producers Association is 'disappointed'  that the...

The Malta Producers Association is...

Film Review | The Invisible Man: The invisible man wants to take it all away

Elisabeth Moss is a victim of domestic abuse whose attacker literally comes back to haunt her in this masterfully executed take on the classic HG Wells novel

Elisabeth Moss is a victim of domestic abuse whose attacker...

Film Review | Parasite: Trading places, Korean style

Making history as the first international film to take home Best Picture at the...

Making history as the first international film to take home...

Coronavirus: Jurassic World 3 set to be filmed in Malta halts production

Universal Studios has halted production of its blockbuster Jurassic World third installment that was set to be partially filmed in Malta

Universal Studios has halted production of its blockbuster...

Film Review | Emma: Low-key panic at the Regency country estate

Anya Taylor-Joy excels in this inspired and effervescent take on Jane...

Anya Taylor-Joy excels in this inspired and effervescent...

Film Review | Underwater: The great escape from a watery grave

Kirsten Stewart works hard to lend some earnest dramatic chops to this dour,...

Kirsten Stewart works hard to lend some earnest dramatic...

Film Review | Birds of Prey: Keep it crazy but stay light

Colourful, energetic and silly in all the right ways, this femme centric sequel...

Colourful, energetic and silly in all the right ways, this...

Film Review | Uncut Gems: The electric charge of the downward spiral

Adam Sandler finally puts his talents to good use in the latest salvo from the...

Adam Sandler finally puts his talents to good use in the...

Hollywood legend Kirk Douglas dies at 103

Giant of the silver screen, and one of the last remaining actors of...

Giant of the silver screen, and one of the last remaining...

Film Review | Little Women: Gerwig gets the girls

Writer-director Greta Gerwig builds on a post-Lady Bird winning streak with...

Writer-director Greta Gerwig builds on a post-Lady Bird...

Film Review | The Lighthouse: Struggling to capture the light

The Lighthouse is an unhinged psychological thriller engineered with the care...

The Lighthouse is an unhinged psychological thriller...

Film Review | The Nightingale: Systemic horror that chills to the bone

Brutal to a near-fault, Jennifer Kent’s follow-up to The Babadook is nonetheless a thrilling and justifiably enraged exploration of one of the darkest...

Brutal to a near-fault, Jennifer Kent’s follow-up to...

Film Review | JoJo Rabbit: Defenestrate the Hitler inside yourself

Taika Waititi’s Hitler Youth comedy is a brazen tonic in these tough...

Taika Waititi’s Hitler Youth comedy is a brazen tonic...

Film Review | Black Christmas: Tales from the Sisterhood

Audiences and critics have not been terribly kind of Sophia Takal’s...

Audiences and critics have not been terribly kind of Sophia...

Film Review | The Rote Revenge of the Imperial Menace

Expert blockbuster wrangler J.J. Abrams flies back to a galaxy far, far away to...

Expert blockbuster wrangler J.J. Abrams flies back to a...

The best and worst films of 2019

Our resident film critic TEODOR RELJIC sifts through a year’s worth of film reviews to pick the worst and best of the bunch

Our resident film critic TEODOR RELJIC sifts through a...