Take a look at some of the film and television productions we have produced, co-produced and serviced over the years.
Shame on Dry Land
A drama set against the world of online gamblers who fled Sweden for Malta. An exiled conman goes to a lavish wedding, seeking redemption but derailing on a wild goose chase of lies, deceit and murder.
Island of Oblivion
Odysseus and his love Calypso live a life of pastoral island bliss. But tranquility turns into turbulence, when Odysseus discovers the apparent truth about his history and identity.
A neo-realist drama offering a rare glimpse into Malta’s fishing industry.
A look at the multi-billion dollar business surrounding international professional football.
Love on the Rock
Former detective Colton Riggs retires to Malta, but his idyllic Mediterranean life is soon turned upside.
The Belgian Federal Police finds itself on the track of one of the world’s largest XTC networks.
A team of Belgian resistance fighters takeover a German submarine during WWII.
The Art of Malta
The Art of Malta is a documentary series about the history of art in Malta explored through different themes and masterworks.
Girlfriends is a six-part ITV drama series from writer-director Kay Mellor. The production chose Malta as a stand-in for Spain.
Entebbe recounts the story of Operation Entebbe, a 1976 counter-terrorist hostage-rescue operation.
An adult son goes on a fishing trip with his father and ends up risking his life.
You, Me and The Apocalypse
You, Me and the Apocalypse is a British-American comedy-drama mini series that shot in Malta for a two-week period.
By the Sea
Vanessa and Roland head to a remote seaside town in an attempt to repair their listless marriage.
Game of Thrones
Pellikola serviced the first season of this acclaimed television series, which was shot in Malta in 2010.
The Devil’s Double
Latif, an Iraqi soldier, is forced to become the body double of Saddam Hussein’s notorious playboy son Uday.
One of the biggest European productions of all time, Agora’ was shot in Malta in 2008.
It’s 1944 and Germany want to send their last available submarine on a secret mission.