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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…
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.
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…
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. 
ZAGREB: The Belgian/Dutch coproduction Upstream/En Amont du fleuve (working title) has completed a 29-day shoot in 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.
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.
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.
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…
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. 
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.
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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