Teodor Reljić was born in Belgrade, Serbia and raised in Malta. He writes fiction across various formats, and has been serving as Culture Editor and film critic at MaltaToday for over a decade.

His debut novel, Two, was published by Merlin in 2014 and was shortlisted for the National Book Prize (Malta) in 2015, while his short film ‘Camilla’ -- which he co-wrote with its director Stephanie Sant -- premiered in 2018 after winning the National Book Council’s Literary Short Film competition.

He is the screenwriter for the feature film adaptation of Alex Vella Gera’s novel Is-Sriep Regghu Saru Velenuzi, directed by Martin Bonnici and produced by Shadeena Entertainment, after winning the National Book Council's Feature Film Adaptation Grant.

Shining a light on the inter-connected Mediterranean
Cultural Diary
Ahead of the ROTOT seminar on intercultural dialogue in the Mediterranean, Dr...
Ritty Tacsum: ‘Being an artist doesn’t mean you deserve special treatment’
Art
Photographer Ritty Tacsum sits down for a candid conversation with Teodor...
Film review | Captain Marvel: All hail the guiding star
Film
The Marvel Cinematic Universe launches into its next phase with its first...
Transmuting an icon into flesh and blood | Erica Muscat on her role as Lady Macbeth
Theatre & Dance
Actress Erica Muscat speaks to MaltaToday about taking on the role of Lady...
Film review | Destroyer: Redemption ain’t easy
Film
Shot with a polish that’s overqualified for its B-movie provenance, and...
Building micro-stories out of Malta’s ‘Babylon of hatred’ | Maxime Durand
Film
Independent filmmaker Maxime Durand speaks to MaltaToday about ‘Coming...
When the ‘Man for Malta’ is a woman | John Baraldi
Theatre & Dance
Formerly UK-based theatre director John Baraldi speaks to MaltaToday about...
The last gasp of the blue planet | Patrick Fenech
Art
Artist Patrick Fenech exhibited his latest, ecologically-charged exhibit at...
Russian Doll and Sex Education | High concept goes delectably bite-sized
Film
Netflix lands a double-whammy with Sex Education and Russian Doll -...
The Acrobat (Blood Ties), a bloody valentine from Unifaun
Theatre & Dance
Unifaun Theatre side-steps transgressive sex and gore for its young adult...
Film Review | Velvet Buzzsaw: Yet another Netflix letdown
Film
Jake Gyllenhall and Rene Russo re-unite with ‘Nightcrawler’...
Give them the brutality they need | Absymal Torment
Music
MaltaToday speaks to Max Vassallo, drummer of fan-favourite local death metal...
Film review | The Favourite: When ambition and sadism go hand in hand
Film
Greek weird-wunderkind Yorgos Lanthimos lands his most mainstream success yet...
Bringing some swing back | Nico Darmanin
Music
Malta’s younger counterpart to Joseph Calleja, tenor Nico Darmanin,...
Film Review | Colette: Lush but unsentimental
Film
Keira Knightley is on top form in this biopic about the taboo-smashing titular...
Sadistic vampires are irresistible | Mark Windsor on The Acrobat
Theatre & Dance
Prolific and eclectic international film and theatre actor Mark Windsor speaks...
Film review | Roma: The vibrating truth at the periphery
Film
Alfonso Cuarón scores an understated triumph with this quiet,...
Edging closer to an inner darkness | Alexandra Camilleri Warne
Theatre & Dance
Taking on a role popularised by Julia Roberts in the 2004 film adaptation by...
Tucking back into Bach | Charlie Siem
Music
MaltaToday speaks to the young violinist Charlie Siem ahead of his...
Dreaming up a childhood pop culture fantasia | Lisa Falzon
Art
Back on the island with a new exhibition, acclaimed illustrator Lisa Falzon...