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Malta is getting its first ever film awards in 2022 and we are HYPED!

Malta is getting its first ever film awards in 2022 and we are HYPED!
Sep 30 2021 Share

Malta’s film industry is amongst the country’s most thriving sectors and as the years go by, this 100-year-old industry proves itself time and time again. A key pillar of the industry’s success is The Malta Film Commission, who, this year have announced the island’s first-ever edition of the Malt Film Awards.

In between servicing and local production, Malta’s cinematic history is rich in talent and excellence and the Film Awards are an opportunity to shine a light on the individuals and projects that have taken the film scene by storm and raised the bar for Malta’s media sector. This, in turn, affects the entire industry and continues to test limits and push the envelope of what the local film scene can be.

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The Malta Film Awards will be held at Valletta’s Mediterranean Conference Centre in February 2022 and will be broadcast on Television Malta. The event itself is being organised by the Malta Film Commission, the Ministry of Tourism and Consumer Protection with the Malta Tourism Authority and the Public Broadcasting Services. Malta Film Commissioner Johann Grech took the opportunity to encourage local producers and members of the film industry and share his aspirations of continuation in making Malta a ‘world-class film industry’.

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WATCH: Campaign to raise money for Jaiteh, injured worker left for dead

Campaign to raise money for Jaiteh, injured worker left for dead
Sep 29 2021 Share

Caroline Galea, the woman who posted the shocking photos and video of an injured migrant worker left for dead on a pavement after a construction site incident, is working to help by setting up a campaign to help the man in question, Jaiteh Lamin. Galea posted to Facebook revealing that Lamin, a 32-year-old from Ghana, was ditched by Glen Farrugia after falling at least two storeys at a building site he worked on. He was allegedly put in the back of a van on a timber plank and, after being lied to about being taken to hospital, was abandoned in Mellieha.

Galea also unveiled that she and her associates are setting up a campaign to raise money to support Jaiteh with Victims Support Malta. She urged the public not to consider this an isolated incident as it would be disingenuous to report it as such. She revealed that Jaiteh, who lost his father and needs to support his mother and his wife and two kids back home, was being paid 50 Euros to work 11 hours a day. 

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Galea stated that this is a systemic issue in Malta and as a population, we should not allow national pride to stop us from confronting this. ‘We are a society and when these things continue to happen it is not only a reflection on an individual but on us all. And we have to do better. We have to speak up and we have to start challenging ourselves, our politicians, and the people around us. Malta is a concrete jungle being built by slaves.’ 

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Two of Malta’s favourite clubs are back with a massive winter schedule

Two of Malta's favourite clubs are back with a massive winter schedule
Sep 29 2021 Share

As Malta’s events scene begins to take life once again with one successful event after the other, two of Malta’s favourite indoor clubs are set to make a return with a jam-packed schedule of club nights. Hosting local favourites and some promising new kids on the block, Paceville’s very own Shadow Club and Club H have started announcing their weekly club nights, and regulars of the club will be happy to finally know what’s in store.

 

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An established name in Friday nights, FACES returns to Paceville’s legendary Shadow Club for another exciting season with DJs Debrii, Mizzi G and David.

FACES opens this Friday 1st October and is set to kick-off a promising winter clubbing schedule in Malta.

 

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A relatively new kid on the block but already showing signs of being a great night out, Vivid heads to the new Club H for what’s expected to be a very interesting winter season.

Vivid will open this Friday 1st October with a line-up featuring Koroma, Bak, Sar, Gab & Siconix.

 

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PIXEL SATURDAYS

After an astounding eve of a public holiday special at Shadow Club, Pixel kicks off its Saturday nights with a bang at Shadow Club.

With a stellar line-up of local talent and the classic Shadow Club vibes, you can’t miss a night of Pixel.

 

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ICON

Fresh on the scene and bringing and promising to bring Icon vibes, this brand is set to return to Club H every Saturday very soon and we can’t wait.

After a memorable summer, Koroma, Miggy, Sar, Kieren, Nagem & Siconix are set to kick off Winter at Club H properly.

 

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Shadow Sundays

After a long summer, nothing feels better than returning to Shadow for a thrilling Winter season and Shadow Sundays is a prime example of that.

Join Pocci, Mux, Nick C, Nikki VP and the rest of the crew for the return of Shadow Sundays, coming really soon.

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Bringing the Sunday vibes to Club H, Miggy, Koroma, Kieren and Nagem head to the brand new concept club as of October 10 and with everything taken into consideration, we truly can’t wait for the Winter season.

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WATCH: Driving on opposite lane on Kappara’s flyover caught on video

As vehicles made their way over the Kappara flyover, they were met by a driver driving the wrong way.
Sep 29 2021 Share

As vehicles made their way over the Kappara flyover, they were met by a driver driving the wrong way. The driver was met with a barrage of honks and shouts attempting to signal to the driver that they were on the wrong lane.

 

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The car does seem to stop at one point, possibly to reverse the vehicle and drive in the correct direction. The identity of the driver is currently unknown but so far, no one seems to have gotten injured from the incident.

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It was also unclear as to why the car was driving on the wrong lane towards incoming traffic, but many suspect that the driver was confused when entering the lane. 

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