FNE at Valletta IFF 2016: Conference Cinema of Small Nations Kicks Off

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,…
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FNE at Valletta Film Festival 2016: Second Edition Kicks Off in Malta Capitol

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…
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International Productions Bring Economic Impact to Malta

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.

Malta Introduces Tax Reduction Scheme

VALLETTA: Malta will offer 150% tax deductions to companies that invest in local film production and training initiatives offered by the Malta Film Commission.

Tom Cruise Scouts Mummy Locations in Malta

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.

Shortlist for Malta Film Studios Redevelopment Announced

VALLETTA: The Malta Film Commission has unveiled the five companies selected to compete for redevelopment of the Malta Film Studios.

Malta Determined to Boost Film Industry

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.

Five International Companies Interested in Investing in Maltese Film Industry

VALLETTA: Five international companies and consortia have expressed their willing to invest in the Maltese film industry.

The Mummy Remake to Be Shot in Malta

VALLETTA: A remake of the adventure horror The Mummy is set to be shot in Malta allegedly starring Tom Cruise.

Deadline for Malta Co-Production Fund Approaches

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.

Malta Launches National Film Policy

VALLETTA: The National Film Policy launched on 16 January 2016 sets local targets until 2020 aiming to maximize the potential of both Malta’s film servicing industry as well as the…

Malta Offers Script Development Programme

VALLETTA: The Malta Film Commission is joining the Valletta 2018 Foundation to support the Storyworks script development programme taking place 13-19 March 2016.

Malta Films Take Four Percent Market Share

VALLETTA: Domestic films accounted for 4.2 percent of admissions in 2014, which totaled 653,000.

Malta Call for Coproduction Grants

VALLETTAŁ The Malta Film Commission has announced a call for applications for the Malta Co-Production Fund 2015-2016.

Gravitas Ventures Picks Up Simshar

VALLETTA: Rebecca Cremona's debut feature Simshar, Malta's first ever submission to the Oscars, has been picked up by the American sales agent Gravitas Ventures. The film will be realeased on…

Potential Partner Emerges for Malta Film Studios

VALLETTA: The Malta Minister of Tourism has said that an “expression of interest” in operating the Malta film studios will be published on Thursday, 15 October 2015.

Christian Bale to Shoot in Malta

VALLETTA: According to the Maltese media, Christian Bale will shoot in Malta in the coming months.

Malta Gets Its First National Film Policy

VALLETTA: The Government of Malta through the Ministry for Tourism has launched the process of developing the country’s first National Film Policy.

PRODUCTION: Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard Shoot Assassin’s Creed in Malta

VALLETTA: Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard are reuniting for the shooting of Justin Kurzel’s new project, Assassin’s Creed, which has just started filming in Malta and is benefitting from the…

Foreign Productions Flock to Malta

VALLETTA: An American blockbuster starring Dustin Hoffman could be shot in Malta later this year. Malta Film Commission has neither confirmed nor denied the information, but announces instead the shooting…