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  • Ron Howard’s Beatles documentary in Malta

    Ron Howard’s Beatles documentary in Malta

    Featuring rare and exclusive footage, The Beatles – Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years will be released in cinemas by KRS Releasing Ltd. Ron Howard’s documentary, which already has the makings of a cult hit if reactions at preliminary...

  • New horizons for Studio 18

    New horizons for Studio 18

    Three years on from when it first opened its doors to young people, Studio 18 has now collaborated with various organisations on more than 20 projects, created a number of new works and seen over 60 of its members through many training programmes...

  • Doing bad thing for good reasons

    Doing bad thing for good reasons

    After debuting at this year’s Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard section, the contemporary western Hell Or High Water was released in North American cinemas to great critical acclaim. Directed by Scottish filmmaker David Mackenzie and...

  • Doesn’t quite match up

    Doesn’t quite match up

    Ben HurDirector: Timur BekmambetovStars: Jack Huston, Toby Kebbell, Rodrigo SantoroDuration: 125 minsClass: 12KRS Releasing Ltd For better or worse, filmmakers who decide to remake a classic movie are going to inevitably face comparisons to the...

  • Four-hour revenge drama wins Venice Film Festival's top prize

    Four-hour revenge drama wins Venice Film Festival's top prize

    A nearly four-hour long movie about a woman's thirst for revenge and her feelings of forgiveness after 30 years in jail for a crime she did not commit won the Venice Film Festival's top prize yesterday. Director Lav Diaz has described Ang Babaeng...

  • Director Tim Burton cements place in Hollywood history

    Director Tim Burton cements place in Hollywood history

    Film director Tim Burton left his hand and foot imprints in cement outside Hollywood's famed TCL Chinese Theatre on Thursday, bringing with him to the ceremony some of the dark humour often seen in his movies. "It's amazing,"Burton told the crowd,...

  • Stars back in saddle to defend remakes

    Stars back in saddle to defend remakes

    The stars of The Magnificent Seven have defended the recent spate of Hollywood remakes, with actor Chris Pratt insisting it is a result of “merging business and art”. Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke and their co-star Pratt walked the red carpet at...

  • Belmondo honoured in Venice

    Veteran French actor Jean-Paul Belmondo said he had done everything he wanted in life as he accepted the Venice film festival’s Golden Lion for lifetime achievement. The charismatic 83-year-old star received a long standing ovation as he walked on...

  • Artisan market at Fort St Elmo

    Artisan market at Fort St Elmo

        An artisan market is being held at Fort St Elmo on September 18, from 10am to 6pm. The market, being organised by Malta Artisan Markets, will feature unique independent art and craft designers who will showcase and sell original handmade...

  • Pablo Picasso exhibition coming to Malta in 2018

    Pablo Picasso exhibition coming to Malta in 2018

    An exhibition of works by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso will be held at the Grandmaster's Palace in Valletta in 2018, MAPFRE Middlesea have announced.  The Fundación Mapfre exhibition will include 4 paintings and some 100 prints from the Suite...

  • Jackie paints mysterious portrait of US first lady

    Jackie paints mysterious portrait of US first lady

    Film director Pablo Larrain said his portrayal of Jacqueline Kennedy in the aftermath of her husband’s assassination is not a biopic but rather a chance to look at an intriguing and painful story from the point of view of the former first...

  • Bestival 2016 goes back to the future

    Thousands of revellers are heading to the Isle of Wight for the last major music festival of the summer. New wave rockers The Cure, dance act Major Lazer and dancehall stars Sean Paul and Wiz Khalifa are taking headline slots at Bestival...

  • Pink Floyd drummer fears for young musicians trying to break through

    Pink Floyd drummer fears for young musicians trying to break through

    Pink Floyd star Nick Mason has spoken of his fears for up-and-coming musicians trying to break into the industry. The band's drummer, 72, said that it was an "unspeakably difficult" situation for aspiring bands, with funds cut and little way of...

  • Swift breaks up with Hiddleston

    Swift breaks up with Hiddleston

    Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston have split up after three months of dating, according to reports. The US pop star and British actor have been involved in a high-profile romance after they were pictured kissing on a beach in June. Hiddleston, 35,...

  • Cosby could face multiple accusers at assault trial

    Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial in Pennsylvania has been scheduled for June next year, and if prosecutors have their way, more than a dozen accusers will take the stand to detail what they claim is a decades-long pattern of attacks. During a...

  • Poldark star Turner named best TV actor

    Poldark star Turner named best TV actor

    Poldark star Aidan Turner has been crowned best television actor at the GQ Men of the Year awards. The heart-throb, 33, won the gong days after he brought his smouldering alter-ego Ross Poldark back to the small screen. The star-studded ceremony,...

  • Bruce Springsteen was left 'crushed' by depression

    Bruce Springsteen was left 'crushed' by depression

    Next time you're feeling down in the dumps, remember that even The Boss can get the blues. Bruce Springsteen has opened up about his ongoing battle with depression, saying that he still lives with the fear that he will end up like his troubled...

  • Watch: Maltese singer, 8, wins twice over at Swedish song festival

    Watch: Maltese singer, 8, wins twice over at Swedish song festival

    A young Maltese singer has won awards in two categories in a Swedish song festival.  Giorgia Borg, 8, added a Grand Prix prize to the first place she achieved in her age category at the Thank You For The Music festival in Gävle, Sweden.  Judges...

  • Queen fans urged to become Freddie for a day

    Queen fans urged to become Freddie for a day

    Queen fans, dig out your moustache combs and yellow jackets.  Hard Rock Cafe is organising a celebration of the rock band and its iconic frontman, complete with tribute band and costumed fans, as part of a worldwide Freddie for a Day...

  • Bridget Jones is back, and this time she's facing motherhood

    Bridget Jones is back, and this time she's facing motherhood

    Oscar winner Renee Zellweger puts on her British accent again to play bumbling Londoner Bridget Jones in the third instalment of the film franchise, with the much-loved character, now in her 40s, single again but unexpectedly pregnant. The...

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