The Maltese are trustworthy. Malta is inexpensive and the labour is good. Not only that, the locals are just plain fun. It’s been a case of home away from home here.
The Mediterranean is as blue as an angel’s eyes, warm, and so clear that you can watch a veiled tropical fish weaving round a thousand feet below the surface.
You just can’t find places like this in the UK. It’s difficult to act plausibly in front to a green screen. Malta delivers all these amazing locations that only add to the atmosphere of the film.
I was pretty sceptical that we were going to find anything even approaching the look we need, until we saw Malta
Malta has the finest photographing light of practically anywhere in the world…it’s so sharp and haze free it almost gives the picture a third-dimensional effect.
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We used a lot of locally based people. We had great crews who were both experienced and enthusiastic
Malta obviously suited our needs in so many ways, because they have this extraordinary tank, and the word ‘tank’ doesn’t really tell a story as to what it is. It’s a big infinity pool with the sea at the end of it. If you’re shooting on boats, I don’t think you could be in a […]
There is a very supportive film commission and a strong base of film history. You have a great infrastructure of Maltese craftsmen
John Krasinski, lead actor on director Michael Bay’s ’13 Hours: The Secret Soldier of Benghazi’ which was shot on location in Malta.