Film Review | Transit: The road to nowhere
Conceptually playful though sneakily poignant, Christian Petzold’s unique allegory about the refugee experience creates a beguiling and thought-provocting speculative space
[WATCH] Pulp Fiction star Harvey Keitel set for Sette Giugno movie on Maltese uprising
Film about 1919 Maltese uprising will feature Harvey Keitel and A Clockwork Orange star Malcolm McDowell
Film Review | Transformazzjoni: Charting an intimate transformation

Showing at Spazju Kreattiv as part of Pride Week, the pioneering documentary...

Showing at Spazju Kreattiv as part of Pride Week, the...

Film Review | Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: Pure indulgence at its best

For his supposedly penultimate feature, Quentin Tarantino delivers a surprisingly chilled out and cheekily pleasant immersion into the twilight years of...

For his supposedly penultimate feature, Quentin Tarantino...

Film Review | Enter the Anime: No use walking through this door

It may present itself as an eye-opening glimpse into Japanese animation, but...

It may present itself as an eye-opening glimpse into...

Film Review | The Dead Don’t Die

Cult filmmaker Jim Jarmusch does not quite scale career-best heights with this smug, post-modern take on the zombie genre, but there’s more than enough...

Cult filmmaker Jim Jarmusch does not quite scale...

Film Review | Spider-Man: Far from home. Spidey does the European Grand Tour

Marvel Studios shakes off the dust that settles after Avengers: Endgame with an only slightly more low-key adventure that shoves Spider-Man way outside the...

Marvel Studios shakes off the dust that settles after...

[WATCH] Filming of German series Das Boot 2 starts at Malta Film Studios

The series' producers said that Malta's climate and the unique water tanks at Malta Film Studios in Kalkara were the reason they had returned to shoot...

The series' producers said that Malta's climate and...

Film Review | For all your ambivalent and trippy summer needs

The Kinemastik Short Film Festival turns fifteen next weekend. Ahead of its...

The Kinemastik Short Film Festival turns fifteen next...

Film Review | Knife+Heart: An irresistibly lurid swerve down giallo lane

Yann Gonzalez orchestrates a seedy-and-saturated trip down ‘giallo’ lane but takes a decidedly queer twist with this explicit downward spiral about...

Yann Gonzalez orchestrates a seedy-and-saturated trip down...

Film Review | Brightburn: The perils of an alien adoption

Superman meets The Omen in this refreshingly dark take on the superhero...

Superman meets The Omen in this refreshingly dark take on...

Film Review | The Swallows of Kabul: Prisons within prisons

Winner of the Valletta Film Festival’s Audience Award, Zabou...

Winner of the Valletta Film Festival’s Audience...

Film Review | The Traitor: Taking refuge in the truth

Closing the Valletta Film Festival in rigorous style, Marco Bellocchio’s...

Closing the Valletta Film Festival in rigorous style, Marco...

Film Review | Portrait of a Lady on Fire: Stifled passions

Winner of both the ‘Queer Palm’ and Best Screenplay award at this...

Winner of both the ‘Queer Palm’ and Best...

Film Review | Beats: (Never) Beaten into submission

Adapting the play of the same name by Kieran Hurley, director Brian Welsh...

Adapting the play of the same name by Kieran Hurley,...

Esteemed Italian director Franco Zeffirelli dies aged 96

Winner of many decorations for his film enterprises, Zeffirelli's legacy...

Winner of many decorations for his film enterprises,...

Film Review | Vox Lux: Shine bright like a (blood) diamond

While its structure and tempo may be a bit wonky, Brady Corbet’s...

While its structure and tempo may be a bit wonky, Brady...

Film Review | John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum: On the run and upping the body count

It’s all-out war in the third installment of the Keanu Reeves-starring, Chad Stahelski-directed, John Wick-franchise, and those with a stomach for...

It’s all-out war in the third installment of the...

Film Review | Greta: Mining those predictable thrills

Though it certainly packs a suspenseful punch in its final act, Neil...

Though it certainly packs a suspenseful punch in its final...

Film Review | Happy As Lazzaro: An insidious happiness

Alice Rohrwacher’s dissection of capitalist injustice is a cutting but...

Alice Rohrwacher’s dissection of capitalist injustice...