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Is-Segretarju Parlamentari responsabbli mill-Kultura Josè Herrera flimkien mal-Ministru tal-Finanzi Edward Scicluna varaw skema li biha l-Gvern se jgħin lis-swali taċ-ċinema jaqilbu għal sistema diġitali.

L-Orizzont 29.11.2013

 

The Maltese Government has announced a substantial increase in the cash rebates to filmmakers who will now have the opportunity to benefit from a 25 per cent cash rebate with an additional two per cent if they feature Maltese cultural elements. The new incentive scheme is subject to state aid approval. Home Affairs Minister Manuel Mallia, who is responsible for the Film Industry told a news conference this morning that the government wanted to consolidate its efforts to continue making Malta an attractive and viable location.

timesofmalta.com Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 12:50

 

Fit-18 t’Awwissu 2014 fi Mgarr ix-Xini Ghawdex beda jingibed il-film By The Sea ta’ Angelina Jolie u Brad Pitt.

 

A US TV series with a biblical story has chosen Malta as its location.  The production is already on the island and is due to begin shooting in a few weeks time, the DOI said, but it did not give the name of the series. This is the first time that Malta has 4 international productions at the same time. The other productions are ‘Clavius’, ‘Andron’ and ‘By the Sea’. The local indigenous industry is doing well too with 2 Maltese feature films currently in production, Limestone Cowboy and Phobia.

independent.com.mt Wednesday, 17 September 2014, 12:20

 

Hekk kif l-istorja ta' ġbid ta' films f'Malta tmur lura 90 sena, il-Ministeru tat-Turiżmu nieda l-ewwel politika tal-films. L-iskop ta’ din il-politka huwa sabiex Malta jkollha direzzjoni ċara f'dan is-settur. Il-Ministru għat-Turiżmu, Edward Zammit Lewis qal li l-politika se tkun qed tistabbilixxi l-viżjoni u tara li jitkabbar sal-massimu l-potenzjal tal-industrija tal-films kemm f’Malta kif ukoll barra minn xtutna.

Newsbook.com.mt 16/01/16 02:52 PM

 

Tax deductions of 150 per cent are to start being offered to companies contributing to the production of local films and training initiatives offered by the Films Commission, Minister Edward Zammit Lewis said today. Dr Zammit Lewis said the Commission would be given additional resources to help talent and local workers to continue offering training in the sector. It would be working hand in hand with the Malta Arts Council.

Timesofmalta.com May 6, 2016, 11:33

 

Tourism Minister Edward Zammit Lewis today announced that a committee has been set up to oversee the national film policy strategy which will involve the public, industry players and other ministries and government departments. The consultation will be split into two phases. This, he said, will eventually strengthen the film industry.

Independent.com.mt Saturday, 28 March 2015, 11:44

 

 

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