Fatima A.M., ‘Our land is undergoing a process of sheer abuse. Many of us have been struck by that very violation’
An upcoming collaboration between singer-songwriter Claire Tonna and spoken word poet Fatima A.M will aim for a meditative expression away from the anxiety-ridden, toxic reality...
Film review | The Haunting Of Hill House
Just in time for Halloween, this loose adaptation of the acclaimed Shirley Jackson novel hits the right notes of creepiness and pathos
Malta Comic Con turns 10 with two-day convention this weekend

Malta Comic Con will be celebrating its 10th year anniversary next weekend....

Malta Comic Con will be celebrating its 10th year...

Film review | Apostle

A departure for the Welsh director known for the superlative actioners The Raid 1 and 2, Apostle sees Gareth Evans delve into Wicker Man territory with mixed...

A departure for the Welsh director known for the...

[LIVE] Valletta is hosting a non-stop radio festival and you can watch it here

The International Radio Festival (IRF) is broadcasting live from Valletta

The International Radio Festival (IRF) is broadcasting...

Would you spend a night inside the Inquisition’s 17th century prison cell?

An unusual night on All Souls’ Day with a roast pork feast and traditional food

An unusual night on All Souls’ Day with a roast pork...

Leona Farrugia from Cryptic Street: ‘I want AC/DC’s Highway To Hell played at my funeral’

Cryptic Street vocalist Leona Farrugia on her love for Frank Auerbach, pasta, and her motivation for knowledge and creativity

Cryptic Street vocalist Leona Farrugia on her love for...

But is it art? Maltese artist Mark Mallia teaches AI system rudiments of painting

World-first auction of human-AI art part to be held during Malta Blockchain Awards in a unique collaboration between artist and artificial...

World-first auction of human-AI art part to be held during...

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Sfilata taking over Valletta as part of V18 creative programme

A parade, Sfilata fil-Kapitali, will be the ubiquitous festivity in Valletta...

A parade, Sfilata fil-Kapitali, will be the ubiquitous...

Valletta 2018’s legacy can be ‘people’s desire to better themselves’ - artists

What comes after Valletta 2018? “In a sense our legacy is a vacuum, an individual’s desire to better themselves” 

What comes after Valletta 2018? “In a sense our...

Engaging The Contemporary: Aesthetics across intellectual currents

Ahead of the fifth edition of its annual international conference, co-organiser...

Ahead of the fifth edition of its annual international...

Film Review | Venom

Gleefully free from the over-curated Marvel Studios rigmarole, this solo outing for the fan-favourite Spider-Man villain packs adolescent energy a welcome dose...

Gleefully free from the over-curated Marvel Studios...

‘Displaced’ writers discuss the experience of the literary diaspora at Malta Book Festival

MaltaToday film critic Teodor Reljic leads conference on literature in the diaspora at the Malta Book Festival

MaltaToday film critic Teodor Reljic leads conference on...

The fuzz in the machine: ‘Live life... and go on tour’

Ahead of the launch of their debut album ‘Love Juice’, acclaimed...

Ahead of the launch of their debut album ‘Love...

Kids to get special performances at largest ever Malta Book Festival

Malta Book Festival doubles capacity with additional hall to accommodate more...

Malta Book Festival doubles capacity with additional hall...

Film Review | A Dysfunctional Cat

An Iranian-German co-production, screening tonight at Spazju Kreattiv, is a tender romantic drama placed in a unique context

An Iranian-German co-production, screening tonight at...

Ugo Rondinone’s ‘The Radiant’ at Sa Maison: Rooted, eternal, accessible

As construction on the Malta Contemporary International Art Space (MICAS) gets underway at the Ospizio in Floriana, Swiss-born, New York-based artist Ugo...

As construction on the Malta Contemporary International Art...

[WATCH] World-renowned artist dedicates sculpture to the children of Malta

Swiss, New-York-based artist and sculptor, Ugo Rondinone, has dedicated a large stone sculpture he calls 'the radiant' to the 'children of...

Swiss, New-York-based artist and sculptor, Ugo Rondinone,...

Abortion takes centre-stage in Maltese theatre

Malta’s biggest taboo – abortion – will take centre-stage in...

Malta’s biggest taboo – abortion – will...

Film Review | Hold The Dark

The harsh Alaskan wilderness is the setting for Jeremy Saulnier’s latest slice of satisfying ultra-violence spiced with existential musing

The harsh Alaskan wilderness is the setting for Jeremy...

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