Film Review | Behind the Candelabra
An intimate and sometimes harrowing look into the private life of showman pianist Liberace, and the relationship that broke him.
An idiot wind over the island | Jimmy Grima
Local theatre director Jimmy Grima tries his hand at film with the short L-Iblah, currently screening at St James Cavalier, accompanied by an installation.
Short film dives headlong into the Maltese sea

A guerrilla production team has put together a short film that fuses fantasy...

A guerrilla production team has put together a short film...

Film Review | Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters

A film that’s as preposterous as its title suggests deserves at least some...

A film that’s as preposterous as its title suggests...

Film Review | Hitchcock

It’s neither a perfect film nor a definitive portrait of the master of suspense, but Sacha Gervaisi’s Anthony Hopkins-starring black comedy about the...

It’s neither a perfect film nor a definitive portrait of...

Riding the campaign reel: politics in film

With the controversial Zero Dark Thirty hitting our cinemas against the...

With the controversial Zero Dark Thirty hitting our cinemas...

The inevitability of Schindler’s List in our leaders’ interviews

Why have Lawrence Gonzi and Joseph Muscat both chosen Steven Spielberg’s...

Why have Lawrence Gonzi and Joseph Muscat both chosen...

Film Review | Wreck-It Ralph

It may not be Up or Toy Story 3, but Dreamworks’s video game-inspired 3D cartoon is a high-energy adventure that’ll go down a treat with nostalgic...

It may not be Up or Toy Story 3, but Dreamworks’s video...

Film Review | Zero Dark Thirty

The stakes are high in Kathryn Bigelow's depiction of the decade-long hunt for Osama Bin Laden, but her merciless approach makes for an alienating, numbing...

The stakes are high in Kathryn Bigelow's depiction of the...

Daniel Day-Lewis makes Hollywood history

Daniel Day-Lewis has made Oscars history by becoming the first person to win the best actor prize three times.

Daniel Day-Lewis has made Oscars history by becoming the...

Why so serious? Oscars 2013 to air tonight

MaltaToday takes a look at the films featuring in tonight's Oscars.

MaltaToday takes a look at the films featuring in tonight's...

Securing a financial future for Malta’s artistic output | Toni Attard

Creative Economy Advisor from the Creative Economy Working Group Toni Attard fills us in on the recently set up Creative Trust: what exactly is it, and how can...

Creative Economy Advisor from the Creative Economy Working...

Film Review | Bullet to the Head

Coasting on the baffling goodwill that still exists for Sylvester Stallone, Walter Hill’s by-the-number revenge thriller simply fails to thrill.

Coasting on the baffling goodwill that still exists for...

Film Review | Flight

Denzel Washington scores himself another Oscar nomination in this film about a heroic – but drunken – pilot facing the possibility of a lifetime in prison....

Denzel Washington scores himself another Oscar nomination...

Film Review | Lincoln

How exciting does a film about a constitutional amendment sound? If the answer is an inevitable 'not very', you'd be intrigued by Steven Spielberg's involving,...

How exciting does a film about a constitutional amendment...

Drive to incorporate subtitles in cinema, TV to aid deaf

Subtitles Now, a collaboration between two seemingly unrelated groups is...

Subtitles Now, a collaboration between two seemingly...

Film Review | Django Unchained

Quentin Tarantino is back with a tale of revenge and racism in spaghetti western form. But does this story of a freed slave turned bounty hunter carry the same...

Quentin Tarantino is back with a tale of revenge and racism...

The idiot’s guide to Quentin Tarantino

Can’t tell your Kill Bill from Bill Clinton? Do you think that ‘Pulp Fiction’ is a kind of sauce, or that ‘Reservoir Dogs’ is a harrowing documentary...

Can’t tell your Kill Bill from Bill Clinton? Do you think...

Simshar on film: we’re getting there | Rebecca Cremona

Simshar director Rebecca Cremona speaks to us about her long-gestating – but...

Simshar director Rebecca Cremona speaks to us about her...

Film Review | Les Misérables

Tom Hopper’s loud-and-proud follow-up to The King’s Speech is a graceless, lumbering beast that should be labelled ‘For Fans Only’.

Tom Hopper’s loud-and-proud follow-up to The King’s...