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ZAGREB: Lukas Nola is preparing his fifth feature, Be Quiet, a story about a family abuse produced by Ankica Tilic and Kinorama (www.kinorama.hr).
{mosimage}ZAGREB: Croatian director Daniel Kušan's hit film for children Koko and the Ghosts and is hitting the cinemas in Bosnia in 19 January and in Lithuania in 27 January 2012.
ZAGREB: Croatian director Nebojsa Slijepcevic is in production with a Croatian-Romanian-German documentary Gangsters of Love that follows a matchmaker that is helping a single mother to find a husband while…
1. What was the most important development in the your country's film industry over the past year? Amendments to the 2007 Film Act, which provided legal and institutional framework for…
The year 2011 was a watershed for the Croatian film industry with the adoption of new legislation that introduced financial incentives for film production in the form of a 20%…
ZAGREB: Croatia joins the growing club of countries from central and eastern Europe offering a tax rebate for audiovisual productions shooting locally on 1 January 2012. FNE courtesy of the…
{mosimage}ZAGREB: Director/screenwriter Branko Schmidt is in postproduction with the dramatic feature film Cannibal Vegetarian, with an expected completion date of February 2012. The 85-minute film is produced by Stanislav Babic…
{mosimage}SOFIA: A Bulgarian/Croatian/German coproduction, Sofia's Last Ambulance directed by Ilian Metev was presented at the 2011 Doc Launch organized by the Institute of Documentary Film in Jihlava . The documentary…
ZAGREB: Michael by Austrian director Markus Schleinzer received the main prize of the 9th Zagreb film festival (www.zagrebfilmfestival.com) and a 4,000 euro cash award. The prize was accepted by the…
The feature live-action film Koko and the Ghosts has become the number one box office entry in Croatia after its premiere in early October. During the opening weekend it was…
ZAGREB: One hundred Croatian and international filmmakers are expected in Zabreb for the 9th edition of the Zagreb Film Festival (www.zagrebfilmfestival.com) taking place 16-23 October 2011. This year, eight Croatian…
ZAGREB: Director Vlatka Vorkapic started filming Sonja & the Bull, produced by Interfilm and Croatian Radio and Television, on 25 August 2011 in rural Croatia. Filming takes place in Zagreb…
Game of Thrones, the HBO series, will shoot portions of its second season in Croatia, HBO announced.
ZAGREB: British director Peter Greenaway is filming Goltzius and the Pelican Companyin Zagreb. Shooting began on 27 July 2011.
Croatia claimed four awards at the 17th Sarajevo Film Festival, including the honorary Heart of Sarajevo prize which was given to Emil Tedeschi, general manager of the Atlantic group, at…
PULA: The 58th Pula Film Festival awarded its main prize, the Grand Golden Arena, to Kotlovina directed by Tomislav Radic in its National Competition for Croatian film. The film also…
ZAGREB: The Croatian Parliament adopted an amendment to it Audiovisual Law which introduces a 20% tax rebate for film production costs. The law was passed on 15 July 2011.
The 58th Pula Film Festival, running 16-23 July 2011, screens 19 feature-length films, opening with Lea i Darija by Branko Ivanda.
Seven Croatian films have entered the official competition programme of this year's 17th Sarajevo Film Festival (22-30 July).
PULA: The 58th Pula Film Festival (9-23 July 2011, www.pulafilmfestival.hr) and the National Programme (16-23 July) have announced a selection of 19 Croatian films to be screened, including 10 Croatian…

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