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The National Competition Programme of the 57th Pula Film Festival (July 17 - 24), www.pulafilmfestival.hr/en) in Croatia will present ten films, with seven films in the main section and three…
The Croatian Audiovisual Centre (www.havc.hr) will increase financial support to Croatian film festivals and other film-related activities by some 15% from to 1,267,050 to 1,430,555 euros.
IMAX announced its first agreement in the former Yugoslavia, with with Blitz-Cinestar, to open a stand-alone IMAX theatre as part of a ten-screen cinema, the Cinestar Arena in Zagreb.
IMAX announced the signing of its first cinema in the former Yugoslav territories, with Croatian exhibitor Blitz-Cinestar, to open in Zabreb in December 2010.
The Croatian audiovisual centre announced grants to three minority feature film co-productions with a total 370,000 euros.
Croatia's first Shooting Star Zrinka Cvitesic (b. Karlovac, Croatia, 1979) is one of leading young female actresses in Croatia.
Ankica Juric Tilic balances post-graduate studies in literature with her position as chief producer of Zagreb-based Croatian production company she founded in 2003, Kinorama.
The Board of Governors of the Croatian Audiovisual Centre Centre nominated lecturer and film director Niksa Svilicic as new director of the Centre, for a four year mandate.
The World Festival of Animated Film in Zagreb (Animafest) and Motovun Film Festival will be the the first Croatian festivals receiving support from the MEDIA programme.

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