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ZAGREB: Filming of the Winnetou trilogy has wrapped in Croatia, after a 67-day schedule using some 20 locations. The production made use of the Croatian Audiovisual Centre’s incentives programme.
ZAGREB: The Golden Pram Award of the 13th Zagreb Film Festival FF went to the Hungarian film Son of Saul by Lászlo Nemes at the closing ceremony on 21 November…
We launch together with Europa Distribution a new chapter in our Distributor of the Month section focusing on new trends and challenges of film distribution. In the coming months we…
COTTBUS: In the heart of the only remaining Slavic region of Germany lies Cottbus, where for 25 years the Cottbus Film Festival has been keeping its Soviet-era ties alive, much…
ZAGREB: Dalibor Matanić (The High Sun) is in preparation with a 12-episode TV series entitled Newspapers / Novine and set to start shooting on 1 December 2015.
ZAGREB: Croatian director Branko Schmidt takes a spot in the feature film competition of the Cottbus Film Festival with The Ungiven.
ZAGREB: Thirteen debut or second feature films are running for the Golden Pram at the 13th edition of Zagreb Film Festival (14-22 November 2015).
ZAGREB: The Croatian Audiovisual Centre allotted 2,619,419 EUR / 19,955,870 HRK in grants for feature films, debut feature films and minority coproductions.
ZAGREB: German company Constantin Television is shooting a Croatian detective series in Split for German public broadcaster ARD. A total of 45 days of shooting is scheduled to conclude on…
ZAGREB: Croatian dramatic TV series Rest in Peace has been acquired by the Belgian Flemish Radio and Television (VRT). This is the first series developed by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre…
ZAGREB: Dalibor Matanić’s The High Sun was the most watched film of the past weekend in Croatian cinemas with admissions of 12,019.
ZAGREB: Nicole van Kilsdonk’s children film When My Father Became a Bush has started shooting in Zagreb. This Dutch-Croatian-Belgian coproduction will spend approximately 655,500 EUR / 5 m HRK in…
ZAGREB: Rajko Grlić’s The Croatian Constitution started shooting in Zagreb on 21 September 2015.
ZAGREB: Applications for the RE-ACT Co-Development Funding scheme are welcomed until 15 November 2015. A maximum of six projects will receive at least 10,000 EUR per project.
FNE asked Hrvoje Laurenta about the Croatian Independent Cinema Network and how its innovative activities are already becoming a model for the region. Click HERE for the video interview.
ZAGREB: This year’s edition of Zagreb Film Festival will take place from 14 to 22 November. The central programme will focus on fiction films, while documentaries will screen only in…
ZAGREB: Jérôme Salle’s The Odyssey/ L'Odyssée, a big budget French film about the life of the explorer Jacques Cousteau is currently shooting on the island of Hvar. The film stars…

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