Film review | Fortunata: Some call it luck
Fortunata is a moving story that hits home and entertains along the way but at the same time, leaves the viewer wondering whether some of its final outcomes could have been a...
Managing the ‘Bayhem’ | Aleksandar Bundalo
Malta-based sound designer, editor and Sound Villain head Aleksandar Bundalo sits down with Teodor Reljic to speak about his experience, offering a telling glimpse...
Film review | Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2: Return of the A-holes

The road towards the inevitably explosion-filled conclusion in Guardians...

The road towards the inevitably explosion-filled...

Film review | The Graduation: Back-scratching ourselves to death

The Graduation is an achingly realistic parable about life under a creaking and...

The Graduation is an achingly realistic parable about life...

Film review | The Handmaiden: Sexy and gorgeous thriller from the Korean master

The Handmaiden is a film whose beauty is a strong, intoxicating narcotic which may prove all too intense for some, but whose wry sense of humour, sumptuous...

The Handmaiden is a film whose beauty is a strong,...

Film review | Free Fire: The accidental warehouse war

With Free Fire, husband-and-wife filmmaking team of Ben Wheatley and Amy...

With Free Fire, husband-and-wife filmmaking team of Ben...

Evocative tale of guilt and self-discovery | Alex Camilleri

Teodor Reljic speaks to Malta-born filmmaker Alex Camilleri about his...

Teodor Reljic speaks to Malta-born filmmaker Alex...

Film review | Ghost in the Shell: More shell than ghost, but that’s alright

Ghost in the Shell has made its arguably inevitable leap to the live action big screen experience • 3/5

Ghost in the Shell has made its arguably inevitable leap to...

Roman Polanski jail plea for rape case rejected by US judge

Film-maker Roman Polanski has failed to win assurances from a US court that he...

Film-maker Roman Polanski has failed to win assurances from...

Film review | The Salesman: The world makes victims of us all

The Salesman remains a deeply sensitive, engaging and – latterly –...

The Salesman remains a deeply sensitive, engaging and...

Film review | Moonlight: A personal opus in miniature

Jenkins masterfully unpicks Chiron’s psyche at key moments in his life,...

Jenkins masterfully unpicks Chiron’s psyche at key...

Film review | Skull Island: Having beastly fun on a monster paradise

Kong: Skull Island is a film that wears its influences on its sleeve but then...

Kong: Skull Island is a film that wears its influences on...

Film review | John Wick Chapter 2: Bone-breaking, head-exploding perfection

John Wick: Chapter 2 is an action movie done right, with a simple but classically validated storytelling structure that establishes an over-the-top world and...

John Wick: Chapter 2 is an action movie done right, with a...

Film review | Logan: Fond farewell to a brutal teddy bear

Logan is a violent but strangely heartfelt tribute to a beloved character,...

Logan is a violent but strangely heartfelt tribute to a...

Searching for severe beauty | Peter Sant

Maltese-Australian director Peter Sant’s upcoming film Maneland appears to privilege location over narrative. He speaks to Teodor Reljic about...

Maltese-Australian director Peter Sant’s upcoming...

Film review | Girlfriend's Day: Anti-romantic misfire of the year… and it’s only February

Girlfriend’s Day could have easily been workshopped as catnip for the bitter anti-Valentine’s Day crowd, given the sad-sack story at its...

Girlfriend’s Day could have easily been...

Film review | Toni Erdmann: A sentimental education

Toni Erdmann has charmed critics worldwide and swept up a generous array of...

Toni Erdmann has charmed critics worldwide and swept up a...

Attention all parents: Children Cinema Day on the horizon

Children will be able to view a selection of 14 films at reduced prices at...

Children will be able to view a selection of 14 films at...

Film review | iBoy: When the info wars hit the streets

iBoy is yet another example of British cinema being able to strip down genre...

iBoy is yet another example of British cinema being able to...

Film review | Under the Shadow: The true horrors of history writ supernatural

For better or for worse, we are all framed by our fears and the horror genre is perfectly poised to express this fact of human existence • 4/5

For better or for worse, we are all framed by our...

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