Film Commissioner starts new spending spree coinciding with PL’s campaign
Film Commissioner Johann Grech continues to resist questions on
Johann Grech presents no invoices for €4 million spent on film festival
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti Malta’s Film Commissioner Johann Grech
Saviour Balzan got direct order to market Film Commissioner Johann Grech
Saviour Balzan, the co-owner of Malta Today and presenter
Opinion: The end of the road
“We will issue all the numbers after the film
Public funds issued for Shark Tank TV reality show
Kurt Farrugia, the former spin doctor of disgraced former
Opinion: Clayton Bartolo’s garbage
Minister Clayton Bartolo surreptitiously tabled an abridged version of
No answers on film festival spending despite 24 parliamentary questions
Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo and Film Commissioner Johann Grech
An epic failure of blockbuster proportions
Tista taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. For the past four
Producers silent on Sette Giugno film that got €1.5 million funding
Producers of Blood on the Crown, the 2021 film
Sette Giugno propaganda film leaves taxpayers reeling with heavy losses
Just Noise Limited, a company set up by the
Contradictions in Film Commission studies down to ‘interpretation’
Significant differences in two studies commissioned by the Malta
Film Commission studies contradict themselves as filmmakers lament ‘lack of transparency’
Big differences in the reported findings of two unpublished
Editorial: Injudicious judicial picnics
News that judges and magistrates attended an event hosted
Film Commissioner files court case in bid to keep Film Festival costs hidden
Film Commissioner Johann Grech has filed a civil court
Film commissioner’s cashback rules sideline local crews and spending
The Malta Film Commission’s 40% cash rebate scheme for
Information on the film commissioner’s latest spending spree blocked
The government has blocked a Freedom of Information request
Malta Film Commission ‘in the process of publishing’ lavish film festival costs
The Malta Film Commission has declined Freedom of Information
PBS director breached code of ethics by taking Mediterrane Film Festival job
Pablo Micallef was recruited by direct order for a
Orwellian incoherence – Kevin Cassar
Watch Clayton Bartolo play Vicky Pollard from ‘Little Britain’
Minister dodges questions on Mediterrane Film Festival expenses
Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo is once again dodging questions
Tourism Ministry recruiting two people for every worker that leaves
The Tourism Ministry recruited 40 new employees to replace
The Shift wins another FOI appeal case, bringing total court victories to 11
The Shift on Wednesday won another in its long
Festivals Malta CEO quits over OPM meddling, more resignations expected
Festivals Malta CEO  Annabelle Stivala has stepped down, The
Lawyers of Keith Schembri, Rosianne Cutajar get film commission retainer
Lawyers defending the disgraced former prime minister’s chief of
Saviour Balzan’s transparency
“I have no problem being transparent,” Saviour Balzan declared
The Shift wins two-year government SLAPP battles, but war not over
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti After a two-year legal
Labour campaign organisers get parallel Film Commission direct orders
Newly-published information shows links between the Malta Film Commission’s
Commissioner orders release of information on cost of film awards
The Malta Film Commission has been ordered to give
Controversial Film Commissioner given three more years
Johann Grech has been given three more years as

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