Jurassic World Dominion Raptors in Valletta, Birgu & Mellieha

The Malta Film Commission just launched three Jurassic World Dominion models in Valletta, Birgu and Mellieha as part of its Screen Tourism strategy to attract more tourists and film fanatics from all around the globe. Jurassic World Dominion is the first blockbuster movie to mention Malta in the script, placing Malta’s backdrop on the big […]

The Jurassic Island – Art Competition Winner

After receiving various artworks of impressive quality, the judges had to choose one winner to win premiere tickets + get his/her artwork to public art in Malta. The winner of #TheJurassicIsland Art Competition is: Sara from Italy with the below artwork. ?? This competition is proudly presented by The Malta Film Commission in collaboration with […]

The Jurassic Island – Art Competition

Calling ALL #creative artists to submit their artworks for #TheJurassicIsland Art Competition. The aim of this competition is to encourage art enthusiasts to show their skills and depict what The Jurassic Island means for them. #TheJurassicIsland refers to Malta ?? since the latest blockbuster movie was filmed here and its picturesque locations and landscapes. All […]

Malta hosts “The Last Voyage of The Demeter” – A Multi-Million production

Currently, Malta is hosting a multi-million production ‘The Last Voyage of the Demeter’, for which more than 50% of the actual movie production is produced in Malta. The production is projected to contribute over €18 million to the Maltese economy during its five month period in Malta. Nearly 1000 cast, crew and extras are working […]

Reality TV Series filming in Malta

Malta Film Commissioner Johann Grech visited the set of a reality tv series currently being used for a twelve-episode Reality Programme series being produced in Malta. With an estimated budget of of €5.2 million, the production’s spend in Malta amounts to more than €2.8 million, qualifying for the 40% cash-rebate programme for film productions. Production […]

New Pump House at the Malta Film Studios

After announcing a €35 million Masterplan for the Malta Film Studios a few months ago, a new Pump House was inaugurated yesterday, which is considered a crucial element in the infrastructure for the water tanks at the Malta Film Studios. The Pump House was inaugurated by Minister for Tourism Clayton Bartolo and Malta Film Commissioner […]

‘Sustainable Film Industry’ campaign launched

The campaign ‘Sustainable Film Industry’ marks the success of the Maltese and the Gozitan film crew. “Today, we are celebrating the hard work and commitment of our film crew working in Malta’s film industry. It is our crew who kept the industry working from one generation to the other.” stated the Film Commissioner Johann Grech. […]

Malta Film Commissioner holds listening sessions with Malta Film Crew

Malta Film Commissioner Johann Grech is currently holding a number of listening sessions with the Malta Film Crew, listening to their stories, experiences and challenges. Listening Sessions are currently being organised with film crew from all departments. The Malta Film Commissioner Johann Grech said that such listening sessions are being done to create a sustainable […]

Launch of Screen Malta 2021 – Scheme for local film producers

Screen Malta 2021 has been launched through the Malta Film Commission and the Ministry for Tourism and Consumer Protection. Screen Malta aims at creating new methods for financing local productions with an annual budget of €600,000. Screen Malta is offering an opportunity to the local film makers to continue to grow further in this industry. […]

Third Month, third production in Malta for 2021

Malta hosted its third production during the third month of the year, a co production between Malta and Italy. This production, entitled ‘Seperated’, with a budget of €1.7 million, filmed in various locations around Malta, including St Paul’s Bay, Mellieha and Sliema. Malta Film Commissioner Johann Grech stated “the film industry in Malta kept working. […]