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MOTOVUN: Valeska Grisebach’s Western, a coproduction between Germany, Bulgaria and Austria, was awarded the Propeler of Motovun for best film at the 20th Motovun IFF. The festival took place in…
ZAGREB: The White Crow,a film focusing on the Russian ballet dancer and choreographer Rudolf Nureyev, will start shooting in Croatia in September. Ralph Fiennes will direct.
PULA: A Brief Excursion, directed by Igor Bezinović, was awarded best film in the main competition programme of the 64th Pula Film Festival, while Sieranevada, directed by Cristi Puiu, received…
ZAGREB: Croatian Audiovisual Centre has allotted 118,730 EUR / 880,000 HRK to two feature films and one short film, including The Great Train Robbery / Budi bog s nama, the…
PULA: Twelve Croatian feature films are competing for Golden Arenas in the main competition programme of the 64th Pula Film Festival, which takes place from 15 to 22 July 2017.
MOTOVUN: Eighteen films have been selected for the main programme of the 20th Motovun IFF, set to take place from 25 to 29 July 2017.
ZAGREB: Shooting of the BBC series McMafia directed by James Watkins and starring James Norton wrapped in Opatija last week. The series was shot in various locations first during the…
ZAGREB: Daniel Rafaelić spoke to FNE about his main objectives and the challenges that lay ahead. In May 2017, he was named director of the Croatian Audiovisual Centre (HAVC) for…
ZAGREB: Six international projects applied for tax incentives in Croatia by 1 June 2017. According to the Croatian Audiovisual Centre, 2017 will be a better year than the record year…
ZAGREB: Actress/producer Marija Ratkovic Vidakovic is penning, producing and co-directing together with Dinka Radonic her first film, the autobiographical documentary In Search of a Lost Country / U potrazi za…
ZAGREB: Ten years after the original Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again, the prequel/sequel to the popular musical comedy Mamma Mia! by Phyllida Lloyd will begin filming on a remote…
ZAGREB: CEE animation fared well at the 27th Animafest Zagreb, which ran 5-10 June 2017, with the Grand Prix going to the Slovenian short film Nighthawk by Spela Cadez.
Croatian films and filmmakers at 70th Cannes Film Festival
TBILISI: Ana Urushadze, the daughter of the acclaimed Georgian helmer Zaza Urushadze, is currently in postproduction with her first feature film, Scary Mother. The film is set to be released…
ZAGREB: The Croatian festival of animated films Animafest taking place 5 -10 June 2017, selected nine features and 44 short films for its main competition sections.
ZAGREB: A total of 1,615,161 EUR / 12,004,100 HRK was distributed by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre as production grants and minority coproductions grants, and also for script and project development.
ZAGREB: Daniel Rafaelić was named director of the Croatian Audiovisual Centre for a four year term, after a unanimous vote at a meeting of the Board of Directors.

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