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. A total of 90 cast, crew and extras worked on this production. Malta is attracting more productions and more people are joining the film industry”. The Film Commissioner mentioned that through Malta’s strict and robust COVID-19 protocols.
Minister for Tourism and Consumer Protection Clayton Bartolo said that it is positive that during the third month of the year, Malta has hosted its third production. He mentioned that the Government’s commitment is clear – to strengten this resilient and important industry in Malta. This is being achieved by continuing to strengthen Malta’s cash rebate programme and investing further in the infrastructure at the Malta Film Studios, focusing on the construction of Malta’s first two film soundstages.
Malta Film Commissioner Johann Grech claimed that, “ together with Minister Clayton Bartolo, we are working hard to create more jobs in the film industry; transforming it from a seasonal to one which works all year-round. This means turning occasional job opportunities to careers, for the many, not the few.