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“To sum up, I would emphasize a few things: Ogden Svilicic's These Are the Rules (Maxima Film) awarded in Venice; two films with nice admissions in cinemas – Kristian Milić’s…
ZAGREB: The Board of Governors of the Croatian Audiovisual Centre (HAVC) have re-appointed Croatian filmmaker Hrvoje Hribar as Chief Executive of the Centre for a second four-year term.
This month we speak to Zlatko Vidacković, founder and programme director of the Kino Metropolis which started screening in the Gorgona Hall of the new Museum of Contemporary Arts in…
ZAGREB: Croatian producer Igor A. Nola currently has five international coproductions shooting or in postproduction and is expanding into Northern Europe.
ZAGREB: The Macedonian-Croatian-Finnish coproduction The Liberation of Skopje, the first feature directed by the Croatian-born Hollywood star Rade Šerbedžija (Mission Impossible II, Eyes Wide Shut, Before the Rain), started principal…
ZAGREB: Outgoing chair Antonio Nuić hands over the reins of the Croatian Film Directors’ Guild to young film director Irena Škorić following the Board’s election on Monday, 29 October 2014.
ZAGREB: Macedonian director Mitko Panov’s Wait for Me/Čekaj me, which wrapped shooting in Croatia on 18 October 2014, is the eighth international project benefitting from the film incentives scheme provided…
ZAGREB: Levan Koguashvili's Blind Dates from Georgia, Andrei Creţulescu's Kowalski from Romania and Matjaž Ivanišin's Karpotrotter from Slovenia were awarded Best Feature Film, Best Short Film and Best Documentary at…
ZAGREB: The attendance of Her Majesty the Queen of Denmark, Margret the 2nd, and his Royal Highnesss the Prince Consort at the European premiere of the Danish/Croatian/Swedish coproduction Itsi Bitsi…
ZAGREB: The Croatian Audiovisual Center allotted 228,689EUR/1,750,000 HRK for four minority coproductions and approved script and project development funding for 10 documentary and animated films.
ZAGREB: The 12th edition of Zagreb Film Festival (19-26 October 2014) presents more than one hundred films in a dozen different programmes.
ZAGREB: Foreign film production is on a roll in Croatia. The Croatian Audiovisual Centre estimates that international productions will spend approximately 13.8 m EUR/105 m HRK in Croatia in 2014…
ZAGREB: Hana Jusić's debut feature, Quit Staring at My Plate/ Ne gledaj mi u pijat, is a Croatian, Danish and French coproduction set for shooting in May 2015.
ZAGREB: Croatian director Ivan Goran Vitez (Forest Creatures) is shooting People’s Hero Ljiljan Vidić, a Croatian partisan-comedy set in 1944.
WARSAW: Croatia, Estonia, Latvia and Georgia have announced their submissions for the Best Foreign-Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards.
ZAGREB: The popular Croatian theater, film and television actor Zvonimir Torjanac died in Zagreb at 84.
ZADAR: A new network for independent exhibitors is set to be launched in Croatia. Under the auspices of the Croatian Audiovisual Centre, this initiative is a part of a long-term…
ZAGREB: Propeler Film is in production with volume 3 of the successful portmanteau film Zagreb Stories focusing this time on a holiday theme.
ZAGREB: The Croatian Audiovisual Centre has awarded 3,259,132 EUR/24,805,000 HRK in grants for feature and debut feature production, and for project and script development projects.
ZAGREB: The award-winning Bosnian-Croatian film director Antonio Nuić is in postproduction with Life Is Like a Trumpet/Zivot je truba, a character-driven film where drama and comedy are intertwined offering a…

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