In a bid to give Malta more visibility among Asian production companies, The Malta Film Commission is currently present at FILMART, Asia’s largest film and entertainment market. Strategically, Screen International’s FILMART Special Edition carries a full page advert promoting the film incentives offered by Malta.
This morning marked the launch of the National Film Policy – launched to set the vision up till 2020, with the aim of maximising the potential of both Malta’s film servicing industry as well as the promising local film sector. Download the Policy from here:
The Malta Film Commission would like to remind producers and production companies that the call for applications for the Malta Co-Production Fund 2015-2016 closes on Friday 5th February 2016. With a budget allocation of €1 million the Malta Co Production Fund provides loan facilities for film
The Malta Film Commission is today participating at FOCUS, an international trade show, summit and networking event for film, television and commercials. The event brings together hundreds of film and TV professionals under one roof, over two days in the heart of London, Europe’s largest
As part of the European Social Fund Project ESF2.186 “Re-skilling of workers for the Local Film Industry”, the Malta Film Commission has issued a CALL FOR SEALED QUOTATIONS for the following services: 1. Publicity Services relating to the final outcomes of the ESF2.186 project 2.