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Curated by Marta Vella

This gem of a movie has been produced in my home country Malta. It follows the journey of a fisherman and his fight for survival in today’s world and economy. Luzzu won a Sundance Jury Prize for its nonprofessional lead actor Jesmark Scicluna, a real-life Maltese fisherman. Writer-Director Alex Camilleri operates in the neorealist tradition of Luchino Visconti, Roberto Rosselini, and Pier Paolo Pasolini evoking raw and grounded truth on screen. 
The Walker: On Finding and Losing Yourself in the Modern City by Matthew Beaumont - around the text are small drawings of people walking

Curated by Marta Vella

The Walker: On Finding and Losing Yourself in the Modern City by Matthew Beaumont

In line with pandemic cliches, walking was the only thing that gave me any remote resemblance of joy during that dreadful time. This book was a birthday gift during the 2021 lockdown. Beaumont writes about how moving around the city becomes more than getting from A to B, but a way of understanding who and where you are. 

From the modern commute to the idea of wonderlust to Charles Dickens’ insomniac night rambles Beaumont retraces the history of the walker and looks at the act of walking as one of escape, self-discovery, disappearances and potential revolution. 

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Curated by Marta Vella

Who Killed Daphne?

The assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia in October 2017 shocked the entire world. Being from Malta, I have been following the case closely and have been supporting the fight for justice since then. Stephen Grey’s podcast WHO KILLED DAPHNE? investigates and uncovers corruption and abuse that led to this brutal killing. 

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