Teodor Reljić was born in Belgrade, Serbia and raised in Malta. He writes fiction across various formats, and has been serving as Culture Editor and film critic at MaltaToday for over a decade.

His debut novel, Two, was published by Merlin in 2014 and was shortlisted for the National Book Prize (Malta) in 2015, while his short film ‘Camilla’ -- which he co-wrote with its director Stephanie Sant -- premiered in 2018 after winning the National Book Council’s Literary Short Film competition.

He is the screenwriter for the feature film adaptation of Alex Vella Gera’s novel Is-Sriep Regghu Saru Velenuzi, directed by Martin Bonnici and produced by Shadeena Entertainment, after winning the National Book Council's Feature Film Adaptation Grant.

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