Week of Events
the wind blows… …waves in all directions
Across a 46,000km coast surrounded by 22 countries, LGBTIQ+ people simultaneously enjoy civil rights, face criminal action, can legally have their gender recognised, are socially and/or legally oppressed because of their gender, go through genital mutilation at birth, live under harsh systems be it socio-economic issues, nationalism and colonialism; and this only touches the surface of the multitude of experiences and challenges.
The oceans are going through a critical moment for their future. The problems arising from overfishing, the health of marine habitats, or pollution require immediate attention.
Clement Virgo’s stirring drama Brother, which received its world premiere at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival, is a soulful meditation on wounded masculinity, fractured identity and the power of family.
Award-winning designer, author and tech expert Joe Toscano will chart his journey from his early days at Google to his latest venture Datagrade.
Cher Camilleri is an electronic singer-songwriter from Malta. Having debuted her music in 2021 and a full-length album in 2022, Cher’s songs present an ethereal and otherwordly quality and are as rich in emotion as they are in authenticity.
It’s said that it takes a village to raise a child but 12-year-old Georgie (Lola Campbell) has other ideas.
From acclaimed auteur Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days), comes a stunning new piece of cinema.
Welcome to the mesmerizing world of Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman! Spazju Kreattiv Cinema is thrilled to present a captivating retrospective of this iconic filmmaker's work.