Sarangu’s World: The role of French war prisoners in the 1813 Malta Bubonic plague

The Bubonic Plague was increasing at such an alarming rate that its death trail was starting to include servants, people responsible to purify the infected houses and gravediggers. Leaving no one to care for the victims.  The British Government resorted to using French prisoners for such chores. In 1813 Malta had around 900 French prisoners… Read More Sarangu’s World: The role of French war prisoners in the 1813 Malta Bubonic plague

OFFICIAL SELECTION: ICONA 19 – ANIMATION FESTIVAL

‘FILFLA‘ is an Official Selection at the ICONA 19 – ANIMATION FESTIVAL in Corfu, Greece. The aim of the first Ionian Contemporary Animation Festival ICONA 2019, which is organized by the Department of Audio and Visual Arts of the Ionian University (within the framework of the CIAK Intereg program) is to present the best from… Read More OFFICIAL SELECTION: ICONA 19 – ANIMATION FESTIVAL

“Special Mention” at the ‘Asia South East Short Film Festival’

Filfla – a short animation by Fabrizio Ellul – has been awarded a “special mention” by the jury of the ‘Asia South East Short Film Festival’. ‘Filfla’ follows the story of a woman who goes to look for a boy on the mystical island of Filfla, where a terrifying creature is lurking in its midst.… Read More “Special Mention” at the ‘Asia South East Short Film Festival’