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Malta / Cinema City will relaunch the island’s cultural life

From June 25th to 28th, Valletta’s Laparelli Gardens will be transformed into an open-air cinema as part of “Cinema City”. The event is organized by the Valletta Cultural Agency (VCA). The event is free. In consultation with the authorities, every health precaution will be taken. Jason Micallef, president of the VCA, said the event is …

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Tunisia / Artify, a new legal streaming platform

Artify is Tunisia’s first legal VoD platform specializing in national cinema and theatre. It makes locally-made films of all kinds available to the public. Artify is legitimate because of it formed a partnership with Orange Tunisia within the framework of Orange Fab – a programme designed to connect innovative start-ups with corporations such as Orange. …

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Greece / Plastic Free Archipelago the first documentary about disposable plastic

On June 5th, World Environment Day, Plastic Free Archipelago was broadcast in prime time on ERT2. It is the first Greek documentary to tackle the subject of disposable plastics and the pollution they cause in the seas around Greece. From the Cyclades Islands to the Gulf of Aegina, via Patras and Athens, the film-maker follows …

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Israel / New season of Fauda on Netflix

At the end of 2016 Netflix bought the broadcasting rights of the first two seasons of the series Fauda. At the beginning of June, the American platform picked up the rights for the third season, broadcast at the end of 2019. Fauda (“chaos” in Arabic) is about a special forces unit of the Israel Defence …

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Algeria / End of analogue transmission

Algerians can no longer receive their public television channels using terrestrial analogue. On June 17th the country switched permanently to Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) thanks to the completion of the first relay network. The release of analogue frequencies will free up resources for Digital Radio (DRM). The creation of a second DTT network is under …

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Cyprus / The Rialto cinema holding open-air screenings

Limassol’s Rialto cinema opens its summer season with a series of outdoor screenings. Its managers have decided to create a drive-in from June 17th until the end of July. The programming is made up of eight very different films. All will be screened in their original language with subtitles in Greek and English. Several Mediterranean …

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France / Algérie, mon amour, a broadcast which went down badly

On May 26th France 5 broadcast Algérie, mon amour, a documentary by journalist Mustapha Kessous. It caused an outcry in Algeria. In his film Kessous, a journalist on Le Monde, tries to explain the Hirak, an on-going popular protest movement against the state. Kessous focusses on five young Algerians under the age of 30. They …

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