Leanne Wijnsma’s ‘Subterranean Matter’ explores underground Valletta and Friesland in an audiovisual exhibition.
Super close mother Lyn and daughter Iona (Dafty One and Dafty Two) are excited for their new life in a new town.
The annual international photographic contest, Wiki Loves Monuments, aims to promote and share knowledge about heritage sites across the world through Wikimedia projects. This micro-exhibition presents information about previous entries and winners, and about this year’s contest.
This exhibition strives to define the cultural memory of Maltese 20th century art. It bridges the private experience of the individual within the collective domain as it seeks to define ways and means how the past is shaped by our present.
Sixteen years after their first collaboration on the groundbreaking Rivers and Tides, filmmaker Thomas Riedelsheimer returns with Leaning Into the Wind: Andy Goldsworthy, an absorbing documentary portrait of the influential British sculptor and environmentalist.
Highlighting a popular idea held until about a decade ago that digital developments are bringing the future into the present, a retrospective of salient digital art works have been selected, showcasing early works in the field by artists working in Malta.
Wild and newly single, Julie throws a late night party. In the kitchen, Jean and Kristina clean up as the celebration heaves above them. Crossing the threshold, Julie initiates a power game with Jean – which rapidly descends into a savage fight for survival.
As an ancillary activity to the European Day of Languages in Malta, EDL 2018, the Għaqda tal-Malti Università, in collaboration with the European Commission representation in Malta, will be buzzing a word, or two, as it is organising a spelling bee in Maltese for the second consecutive year.
Studio 18’s members, together with song-writing sister-duo The New Victorians, explore what it means to be a young Maltese person, constantly navigating between societies expectations of you and your own expectations of yourself.
Paweł Pawlikowski follows his Oscar-winning Ida with the stunning Cold War, an epic romance set against the backdrop of Europe after World War II.
Sheng Qin (Ai Liya) hires Cotton (Yan Bingyan) to take care of her father, Mr. Sheng (Wang Deshun). Overcoming the generation gap and taking care of a senile man who keeps mistaking her as his late wife seems difficult at first, but those challenges are nothing compared to what happens when Cotton becomes pregnant out of wedlock.
Considered by many to be the greatest tragedy ever written, King Lear sees two ageing fathers – one a King, one his courtier – reject the children who truly love them.