77 and 7 Days
A filmed dialogue written and directed by Malcolm Galea for the Malta International Arts Festival, 2020 (special online edition). A dark tale of loneliness and regret, 77 and 7 Days asks the question: what would you do if you could live your life all over again?
Starring Mikhail Basmadjian, filming and editing by Sam Chetcuti - Cyberspace AV, make-up by Jackie Grima
A feature-length romantic comedy written by Malcolm Galea that was filmed and released in 2016. 20,000 Reasons was featured in a number of international film festivals and tells a hilarious and heartwarming story about love and marriage on the island of Malta.
Venice Biennale Documentary
In 2017, Malta participated in the Venice Biennale after an absence of 17 years. Malcolm Galea was engaged to write the documentary that was made about the Malta Pavilion and the artists who exhibited their work there.
Directed by Sarah-Lee Zammit and narrated by Antonella Axisa for Arts Council Malta
Hypogeum AV Presentation
The Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum is a 5,000 year old underground necropolis and Malta's most haunting and exclusive prehistoric site. Malcolm Galea was tasked with writing the script for a 360 degree audiovisual presentation that visitors view before descending into the temple.
Commissioned by Heritage Malta
Devised by Malcolm Galea, this series of interactive work-shops taught primary school-age children about culture by guiding them to create their own imaginary cultures. The multi-year project concluded with an exhibition and a diplomacy discussion at the Malta parliament.
Devised and developed by Malcolm Galea in 2016, Communal Thoughts is an interactive exhibition that highlights people's most intimate thoughts.
An anonymous online questionnaire enabled participants to write about whatever was on their mind. These thoughts were crafted into audio monologues, recorded by actors, and played in public restrooms.
Supported by the Malta Arts Fund
Combining an exciting narrative and animations with original music played live by a 40-piece orchestra, The Everlink was a unique cinematic experience that saw Malcolm Galea write this story about a journey through memory, heritage and time.
Commissioned by the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, Music by Reuben Pace, Conducted by Raoul Lay, Narrated by Alan Paris