When it came time for Camelot Films to choose a base of operations internationally, few places could rival the charm and beauty of Malta.
This Mediterranean archipelago, nestled between Europe and North Africa, has long been a favourite among filmmakers from around the world. With its stunning landscapes, rich history, and diverse architecture. Malta provides the perfect backdrop for a wide range of cinematic stories.
Camelot Films has already used Malta for a number of its productions including Prizefighter; The Life of Jim Belcher, The Seed and The Obscure Life of the Grand Duke of Corsica.
One of the most compelling reasons we chose Malta is its diverse range of locations. From dramatic cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean Sea to historic fortresses and bustling marketplaces.
Valletta, the capital city of Malta, is a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its Baroque architecture, making it a popular location for filmmakers looking to recreate the past.
Malta also boasts a film-friendly infrastructure, with a robust community of skilled professionals and support services.
The Malta Film Commission actively encourages international productions, offering incentives, grants, and assistance with permits and logistics. This supportive environment has been instrumental in Camelot’s international expansion, assisting us in bringing our visions to life on the Maltese islands.
In the world of filmmaking, Malta has established itself as a versatile and enchanting destination offering a wealth of cinematic possibilities. With its film-friendly infrastructure and welcoming community, Malta has all the ingredients necessary to bring captivating stories to life.
We look forward to working on the island on our upcoming productions and working with the talented Maltese film crew in this beautiful, historic setting in the heart of the Mediterranean.