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Malta Today reports that locals are currently being hired as extras on a film to star Brad Pitt. The film, produced by Pitt's Plan B company, will begin shooting in…
A new report from the Malta Broadcasting Authority (www.ba-malta.org) covering TV viewing habits in Malta in 2010 shows that domestic channel TVM has maintained its position as the leading channel…
Peter Busuttil has been appointed to the position of Film Commisioner at the Malta Film Commission (www.mfc.com). The appointment was made by the Minister of Finance, the Economy and Investment.
The Malta Film Commissioner, Luisa Bonello, resigned for personal reasons, after four years in the post. She was replaced by Anthony Sammut, who will serve as acting Film Commissioner.
Malta is hosting a full slate of European film productions in 2011, beginning with the latest French film from the Asterix and Obelix series, God Save Britannia. Also heading for…
The island nation of Malta has announced the switch from analogue to digital TV broadcast effective as of 1 June 2011.
Following damage to an environmentally sensitive zone during a film production shoot, Malta is considering stricter conditions for filming permits based upon the historical and ecological nature of the sites…
The Malta Film Commission and the government's Cultural and Audiovisual Unit are offering a training initiative for the audiovisual sector in early 2011.
The Malta Environment and Planning Authority (MEPA) is preparing to seize a 15,000 euro bank guarantee for damages to property incurred by Fire & Blood Productions during filming of the…
Sky 1 has commissioned the costume drama Sindbad from Impossible Pictures, to start shooting in Malta in February. The ambitious project is part of American Sky 1's (sky1.sky.com) multi-million dollar…
HBO Entertainment series Game of Thrones, which began principal photography on July 26, is filming in Malta as its secondary location. The series is being locally produced with assistance from…
Malta saw a significant increase in foreign film production on the island nation, with 14 productions shooting there in 2009.
Malta is building on the wave of western films shot in the island nation in recent years to attract productions from farther afield.
Two international TV productions are currently in Malta for filming: the popular, long-running TV series Rex and the US mini-series Moby Dick.
A miniseries based on the classic Moby Dick is due to begin filming in Malta within the month.
Malta TV channel Net TV saw audience share drop by nearly half in the second quarter of of 2009.
Watermelon Media of Malta is piloting a new concept for the international game show Divided.
The Isle of MTV, one of Malta's biggest platforms on the international stage, expects to attract 50,000 people to the event underway through July 8.
A low budget daily programme on Malta's Public Broadcasting Station (PBS) received 68% of the station's Public Service Obligation (PSO) funding through September 2008.
The Malta Communication Authority 2008 report shows that the country's pay-TV market reached 89% of the population, compared to 84% in 2007.

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