Benjamin (13)
I am Benjamin Bugeja and I live in Gzira, a town in Malta. I’m 13 years old and my family consists of my mother, my father and my 11-year-old brother.

I attend De La Salle Collage in Cottonera, which is a church school. My favourite sport is athletics and I enjoy playing the flute. 

My hobbies are reading, watching TV and going on hikes in the countryside with my family.

My favourite types of films are: comedy, adventure and family movies. I usually watch films at home with my family.
I’m Danica and I live in Munxar on the Maltese island of Gozo.

My family consists of my father and mother, my younger brother Paolo and me.

I attend Bishop’s Conservatory Secondary School, which is a church school.I’m friendly, easy going and get along with my peers.

My hobby is definitely dancing. I’ve been dancing since the age of 2.5 years. I dance: Ballet, Jazz and Tap. I also enjoy swimming and playing my guitar.

My favourite genres of films are for sure: whimsical films with a sense of magic and emotional films – those that bring tears to my eyes. I normally watch these films at home and once in a while at a cinema with my friends.


Mer?ba gol-Belt Valletta!

Inhabitants: 6,675
Cinemas: 2

Valletta is Malta's capital city: it is a living, working city, and considered to be the administrative and commercial heart of the Islands. Named after its founder, the Grand Master of the Order of St. John, Jean Parisot de la Valette, this fortress city grew on the arid rock of the Sceberras peninsula, which rises steeply from two deep harbours: Marsamxett and Grand Harbour. The first stone was laid on the peninsula in 1566, while the whole city - with its impressive bastions, forts and cathedral – was completed in the astonishingly short time of 15 years.

Valletta has many titles, all recalling its rich historical past. It is the "modern" city built by the Knights of St John; a masterpiece of the Baroque; a European Art City and a World Heritage Site. And in 2018 it will become European Capital of Culture. Today, it is one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world.
The city is busy by day, yet retains a timeless atmosphere. The grid of narrow streets boasts some of Europe's finest art works, churches and palaces. Walking around Valletta you'll come across intriguing historical site around every corner: statues, niches, fountains and coats of arms high up on parapets. Narrow side streets are full of tiny quaint shops and cafés, while Valletta's main streets are lined with larger shops. (via

Creative Europe Desk

The Creative Europe Desk (CED) Malta is hosted by the Culture Directorate in Valletta. The CED is chiefly responsible for the promotion of Creative Europe – the European Commission’s framework programme for the support of the Culture and Audiovisual sectors.