New & now
Check this out! Maltese production makes it to Apple TV's top 10 movie list
Way to go!

Kim Vella

Award-winning Maltese drama 'Do Re Mi Fa' (2016) has taken its well-deserved spot on Apple TV's top 10 movie list.

The short film shares centre stage with Hollywood blockbusters 'No Time to Die', 'Incredibles 2' and family favourite 'Happy Feet'.   

Written and directed by local Chris Zarb, ‘Do Re Mi Fa’ follows the lives of four characters: Bozo, a children's party clown who the audience discovers is secretly a paedophile; Claudia, an actress dealing with feelings of insignificance; Kyle, a family man with a deaf son; and DJ Trim, a radio host suffering from an anxiety disorder.    

The relatable characters are played by international actors Paul Flanagan, Irene Christ, Sean O'Neil and Marc Cabourdin.

According to the movie's IMDb page, Do Re Mi Fa has made quite a name for itself, having been nominated for the ‘Best International Film’ award at the Golden Rooster Awards (2017) and taking home the ‘Best Feature Film’ award at the Indie Fest USA International Film Festival (2015). 

Have you watched this Maltese production yet?

13th January 2022


Kim Vella
Written by
Kim Vella
A highly curious explorer always looking to find her next adventure. Kim loves sharing her experiences and what's happening on the Maltese Islands. When not writing, you’ll probably find her playing around with some clay or somewhere surrounded by trees. She's always up for listening to people's stories about anything to do with nature, a passion project or issue you feel needs tending to.

You may also like...
New & now
New & now
The photo was shared by John C. Navarro.

Emma Galea
New & now
New & now
101 virus patients are being treated at Mater Dei Hospital.

GuideMeMalta.com
New & now
New & now
A quick heads up for anyone living in these localities.

Emma Galea
New & now
New & now
Vaccine certificate rules for cinemas and theatres will be relaxed a week after the initial scrapping of rules.

Benjamin Abela
New & now
New & now
The visit was originally scheduled to take place in May 2020.

Emma Galea