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The High Sun Scores High in Croatian Cinemas
ZAGREB: Dalibor Matanić’s The High Sun was the most watched film of the past weekend in Croatian cinemas with admissions of 12,019.
PRODUCTION: Dutch-Croatian-Belgian Coproduction Starts Shooting
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…
PRODUCTION: The Croatian Constitution Shooting
ZAGREB: Rajko Grlić’s The Croatian Constitution started shooting in Zagreb on 21 September 2015.
RE-ACT Launch Call for Applications
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 TV: Hrvoje Laurenta President Croatian Independent Cinema Network
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.
FESTIVALS: Zagreb Film Festival Announces Changes
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…
Commandant Cousteau Biopic Shooting in Croatia
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…
Croatia Selects The High Sun as its Oscar Bid
ZAGREB: Croatian Society of Film Workers selected The High Sun/Zvizdan by Dalibor Matanić to represent Croatia in the Foreign Language category of the Academy Awards.
Game of Thrones 6 Will Not Shoot in Croatia
ZAGREB: HBO issued a statement confirming that the 6th season of the popular series Game of Thrones will not return to Croatia even if the fifth season is shot there…
FESTIVALS: Wakhan Front Wins Motovun Film Festival
MOTOVUN: The French/Belgian war film Wakhun Front by Clement Cogitore won the main prize of the 18th Motovun Film Festival, which ran 25-28 July in the Croatian mountain town.
Marion Hänsel Shoots Upstream in Croatia
ZAGREB: The Belgian/Dutch coproduction Upstream/En Amont du fleuve (working title) has completed a 29-day shoot in Croatia.
Foreign Productions Flock into Croatia
ZAGREB: Eight international productions have registered with the Croatian tax incentive scheme in the first half of 2015 and seven are in the pipeline through the end of the year.
Istria Film Commission Oversees Record Crop of Foreign Productions
PULA: With six foreign projects planning to shoot in the region in 2015, the Istrian Film Commission was launched at the 62nd Pula Film Festival.
FESTIVALS: The High Sun Wins 62nd Pula Film Festival
PULA: The High Sunwon the best film award and the best director award for Dalibor Matanić at the 62nd Pula Film Festival which concluded on 25 July 2016.
Croatia Launches Istria Film Commission
PULA: The Istria Film Commission was launched during the Pula Film Festival as a unit within the Istrian Cultural Agency. It will perform several services free of charge for productions…
FESTIVALS: Pula Film Festival Announces International and Croatian Lineup
PULA: The Pula International Film Festival has announced its Croatian and International programmes. The 62nd edition of the festival will run from 18-25 July 2015.
PRODUCTION: Slumbering Concrete Doc TV Series Shooting in Croatia
ZAGREB: The documentary TV series Slumbering Concrete/ Betonski spavači by Saša Ban about the modernist architecture of former Yugoslavia is shooting with the premiere set for 2016.
Croatia Announces Grants
ZAGREB: The Croatian Audiovisual Centre (HAVC) allotted 232,608 EUR/1,766,240,5 HRK to five short films and two experimental films at its 63rd session.
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