Malta Film Commissioner and Malta Film Studios CEO Johann Grech announced the first edition of the Malta Film Awards, set to place at the Mediterranean Conference Centre in February 2022.
This event will be a celebration of Malta and of those working in the country’s film and television industry.
In an effort to pay tribute to those who have contributed to the local film and TV industry, the tagline chosen for this rendition of the Malta Film Awards is ‘Celebrating Our Story’.
A panel of selected local and international professionals will serve as jury for the awards.
“It was our people’s ambition and our crew’s ability that kept our film industry working from one generation to the next,” Mr Grech said.
The Malta Film Commission will be partnering with the Public Broadcasting Services (PBS) to coordinate said event.
Submissions to the Malta Film Awards will be accepted from 29th September to 29th October 2021.
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