Scouting for film locations in Malta has become a slicker affair thanks to a partnership between Malta International Airport and The Malta Film Commission.Directors and producers will now be driven from one amazing location to the next in a BMW X5, financed by MIA.“Our aim
The Malta Film Commission is making its presence felt at Cannes, one of the most important festivals and film markets in the world. Over the course of the festival, a delegation from the Film Commission will participate in over 40 meetings with producers exploring the
The Film commission is pleased to announce a 150% tax deduction scheme for the film industry. This incentive is based on the scheme announced by the Arts Council Malta (ACM) which focused on culture. Companies that choose to contribute towards the production of local films
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: