Film review | Baby Driver: All revved up and ready to go
Baby Driver is the kind of indulgent and fun film that Hollywood-friendly auteurs don’t get to make much of these days... • 4/5
‘Much more than a screening’ | Bojana Dimitrovska & Emma Mattei
Teodor Reljic catches up with Bojana Dimitrovska & Emma Mattei for a chat about the 13th edition of the Kinemastik International Short Film Festival, which will...
Film review | Bright Sunshine In: A lover’s discourse, ad nauseam...

Bright Sunshine In is the kind of film you get when an acclaimed and talented filmmaker and an acclaimed and talented actress get together on a project... and...

Bright Sunshine In is the kind of film you get when an...

‘Bound to lose’: Paolo Villaggio’s Fantozzi – 10 of the best

A Maltese childhood in the 1980s and pre-Cable TV 1990s meant being brought up...

A Maltese childhood in the 1980s and pre-Cable TV 1990s...

Fantozzi actor Paolo Villaggio, 84, dies in Rome

Paolo Villaggio, best known for his role as Ugo Fantozzi, died in Rome this...

Paolo Villaggio, best known for his role as Ugo Fantozzi,...

Swedish ‘Dragon Tattoo’ actor Michael Nyqvist dies at 56

Actor Michael Nyqvist, who starred in the film adaptation of Stieg...

Actor Michael Nyqvist, who starred in the film adaptation...

Rampant over-development at the forefront of local short film

Written and directed by Jamie Vella, Arcadia will be screened as part of the...

Written and directed by Jamie Vella, Arcadia will be...

Film review | Beuys

The documentary succeeds in illustrating why German artist Joseph Beuys was such a galvanising force

The documentary succeeds in illustrating why German...

Film review | Spoor: Following the tracks

Agnieszka Holland’s film is both sensitive and powerful, moving to...

Agnieszka Holland’s film is both sensitive and...

Yearning for a quieter, wider Brexit debate | Timothy George Kelly

Just a year after the historic event that shocked Europe comes...

Just a year after the historic event that shocked Europe...

Film review | Wonder Woman: A (wonder) woman for all seasons... probably

Wonder Woman is a competent-and-confident attempt at finally giving the beleaguered DC Comics cinematic universe a much-needed uplift • 3/5

Wonder Woman is a competent-and-confident attempt at...

Film review | Fortunata: Some call it luck

Fortunata is a moving story that hits home and entertains along the way but at...

Fortunata is a moving story that hits home and entertains...

Managing the ‘Bayhem’ | Aleksandar Bundalo

Malta-based sound designer, editor and Sound Villain head Aleksandar...

Malta-based sound designer, editor and Sound Villain...

Film review | War Machine: Fighting the Stupid War

War Machine is a worthwhile effort hampered by a lack of formal...

War Machine is a worthwhile effort hampered by a lack of...

Film review | King Arthur: Legend of the Sword: So crap it will melt steel

Though a maddening and turgid experience as a filmgoer, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is also something of a buffet for film critics • 1/5

Though a maddening and turgid experience as a filmgoer,...

James Bond actor, Sir Roger Moore, dies aged 89

Actor Sir Roger Moore, best known for playing James Bond, has died aged 89, his...

Actor Sir Roger Moore, best known for playing James Bond,...

Film review | Alien Covenant: In space, everyone can see you ruin a franchise

The film is a swirling, undercooked soup of bad narrative decisions and half-baked character • 1/5

The film is a swirling, undercooked soup of bad narrative...

Film review | Lady Macbeth: Portrait of a Lady

The utterly fantastic and slimy performances, well-written characters and...

The utterly fantastic and slimy performances, well-written...

Film review | Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2: Return of the A-holes

The road towards the inevitably explosion-filled conclusion in Guardians...

The road towards the inevitably explosion-filled...

Film review | The Graduation: Back-scratching ourselves to death

The Graduation is an achingly realistic parable about life under a creaking and...

The Graduation is an achingly realistic parable about life...

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