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VALLETTA: In what is turning into a record-breaking year for film production in Malta, the Malta Film Commission has announced the fifth foreign film to shoot in the island nation…
VALLETTA: Steve Quale’s The Lake, the new project produced by Luc Besson through EuropaCorp will be shot in Malta from July to September 2015 with Falkun Films providing with services.
VALLETTA: Naomi Kawase's An won the Triton award for Best Film at the 1st edition of the first competitive film festival in Malta, Valletta Film Festival which wrapped 21 June…
VALLETTA: Europe's smallest capital is hosting its first film festival this year. The Valletta Film Festival will run from 15 to 21 June 2015.
VALLETTA: Belgian film and TV company Studio 100 is returning to Malta to shoot a feature film based on the company’s popular Mega Mindy series.
VALLETTA: Apocalyptic drama series Apocalypse Slough starring Rob Lowe, Joel Fry and Jenna Fischer is partly shooting in Malta.
VALLETTA: Malta Film Commission has launched two new short film production grants.
VALLETTA: While approximately 29 m EUR were generated by foreign productions shot in Malta in 2014, this year Malta Film Commission will focus on attracting more foreign productions and restructuring…
VALLETTA: Michael Bay will start shooting the rescue drama 13 Hours on location in Morocco and Malta at the beginning of April. The film will star John Krasinski and David…
VALLETTA: Twenty projects were supported by Malta Film Fund in 2013 with a total amount of 230,000 EUR.
VALLETTA: A series entitled Apocalypse Slough, starring Rob Lowe, Jenna Fischer and Megan Mullally, will be partially shot in Malta in the coming months.
VALLETTA: Claudio Malaponti‘s E l’angelo partì da lei is the first result in Malta of the Euro Screen Interreg IVC, a project launched by the non-profit organization Fondazzjoni Temi Zammit…
VALLETTA: Rebecca Cremona, the director of Malta’s Oscar candidate Simshar, has signed with Beverly Hills company Management 360
VALLETTA: In his annual budget speech to the Malta Parliament, Malta’s Finance Minister Edward Scicluna said that the film industry in Malta is on course to record a 500% increase.
KALKARA: The Malta Film Commission, in the midst of one of Malta’s busiest film production years, announced its relocation to new offices at the Mediterranean Film Studios.
VALETTA: The Malta Film Commission (MFC) is partnering with British firm Peachy on a training programme for more than 100 film crew workers.
Valletta: Four major international films have been in production in Malta since August 2014, giving the Mediterranean island nation its most ambitious season ever.

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