In the Hallmark movie Mix Up in the Mediterranean, which was shot in its entirety in Malta, a small-town cook impersonates his big city chef twin to compete in a culinary contest and falls for the woman in charge of the event, who thinks he is the brother who is married.
The film is a Malta / Canada co-production between local producer Colin Azzopardi along with his Canadian colleague Leif Bristow. Colin organised and took care of all the Malta side of things whilst the post-production was done abroad. “We used various locations in Malta, but the main location was in and around the Phoenicia Hotel, who were extremely accommodating throughout the making of the film,” Colin says. Other locations included Merchant’s Street and Upper Barakka Gardens in Valletta, and Palazzo Parisio in Naxxar.
Read more: https://newsbook.com.mt/en/hallmark-rom-com-filmed-in-malta-to-premiere-this-month/?fbclid=IwAR2pPxBnEC9mpeWXIrHcaRGNTx3T9OyyhkW_h-PV1-bX030ReMKYsSbPHIAThe Colours of Malta Luxury Journey – Week 5
This week we enjoyed the beautiful gardens at Palazzo Parisio whilst we chatted with Kristina about the past, the present and the future of this unique palace and events.
Palazzo Parisio, formerly known as Scicluna Palace, Palazzo Scicluna, and officially Palazzo Parisio and Gardens, is a 18th-century palace in the centre of the island.
Justifiably described as “a miniature Versailles”, this luxurious palace with its beautiful gardens and gold guilted ballroom has set stage for many of our most memorable events.
Palazzo Parisio makes a unique venue for corporate hospitality at the highest level. In the evenings and at weekends the entire palace, together with its glorious and extensive gardens, becomes available on an exclusive basis for all sorts of entertaining and business events – receptions, conferences, presentations, concerts, summer garden parties, charity balls and glittering gala dinners.
This one of a kind property is ultimately where history meets luxury, a dream backdrop for your next exclusive event!