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VALLETTA: Malta Film Commission has announced a special edition of the Malta Film Fund, with the aim of increasing output in time for Malta’s presidency of the European Union in…
VALLETTA: The 4th edition of Triq Cinemoon Festival, an unusual open air festival with the selection based on the audience’s vote, will kick off on 11 August 2016.
VALLETTA: Acclaimed Bulgarian director Javor Gardev wrapped shooting on his new feature film Icaria in Malta. The film is a Russian production.
VALLETTA: Italian TV series Chiedilo al Mare produced for RAI and starring the popular actor Beppe Fiorello has been shot in Malta recently. The premiere is set for February 2017.
VALLETTA: Malta Arts Council will allot more than 1 m EUR over the next three years to eleven artistic organisations and festivals including Kinemastic, Malta Short Film Festival and Valletta…
VALLETTA: Speaking at a public event, the Malta Tourism Minister Edward Zammit Lewis said that the government will be seeking investors for the Malta Film Studios.
VALLETTA: The second edition of the Valletta Film Festival (VFF), held from 3 to 11 June in the Maltese capitol, wrapped with The Yard (Sweden) directed by Mans Mansson taking…
MALTA: A conference entitled The Cinema of Small Nations is being organised by the Film Grain Foundation in conjunction with the Malta Film Commission and will be held in Valletta,…
VALLETTA: The second edition of the Valletta Film Festival (VFF), organised by the Film Grain has already kicked off in the Maltese capitol with a programme of 42 international films…
VALLETTA: The latest international production to film in Malta, a high end international TV series about important historical wrecks, had an 8 m EUR spend in Malta.
VALLETTA: Malta will offer 150% tax deductions to companies that invest in local film production and training initiatives offered by the Malta Film Commission.
VALLETTA: Malta media reports that Tom Cruise spent the 12-14 February 2016 week-end in Malta scouting locations for his 2017 film The Mummy.
VALLETTA: The Malta Film Commission has unveiled the five companies selected to compete for redevelopment of the Malta Film Studios.
VALLETTA: The minister of Tourism, Edward Zammit Lewis, expressed his firm commitment to work towards creating a sustainable film industry, while transforming Malta and Gozo into unique film destinations.
VALLETTA: Five international companies and consortia have expressed their willing to invest in the Maltese film industry.
VALLETTA: A remake of the adventure horror The Mummy is set to be shot in Malta allegedly starring Tom Cruise.
VALLETTA: The call for applications for the Malta Co- Production Fund 2015-2016 closes on 5 February 2016. The allocated budget is 1 m EUR.

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