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ZAGREB: The 2019 Animafest Zagreb has announced the 46 titles selected for the Grand Competition - Short Films programme, chosen from among more than 870 films submitted. The festival runs…
ZAGREB: A sequel to Lionsgate’s action film The Hitman's Bodyguard starring Samuel L. Jackson, Salma Hayek and Ryan Reynolds is expected to start shooting in Croatia on 4 April 2019.
ZAGREB: The Chinese documentary Up the Mountain by Yang Zhang was awarded the Big Stamp for best film in the International Competition of the 15th ZagrebDox (24 February-3 March 2019).…
ZAGREB: The zombie comedy The Last Serb in Croatia / Posljednji Srbin u Hrvatskoj will be released in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Slovenia in the coming…
ZAGREB: Lada Kamenski by Sara Hribar and Marko Šantić, which received four awards including best newcomer (Sara Hribar) at the 2018 Pula Film Festival, will be released in Croatian cinemas…
ZAGREB: Daniel Rafaelić has asked to be relieved of his duties as Chief Executive Officer of the Croatian Audiovisual Centre (HAVC). He will continue his duties until a new director…
ZAGREB: The Croatian Film Directors’ Guild (DHFR) is organising an International Conference on Women in Film Industry, which will be held at the Mimara Museum and the Croatian Film Directors’…
ZAGREB: Nineteen titles were selected for the International Competition of the 15th ZagrebDox International Documentary Film Festival, running from 24 February to 3 March 2019. Eighteen films vie in the…
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ZAGREB: Vinko Brešan’s Croatian/Serbian/Polish coproduction What a Country! / Koja je ovo država has racked up 56,076 admissions in Croatia in five weeks, much more than the Croatian hit of…
ZAGREB: Ivona Juka will start shooting her sophomore feature in the autumn of 2019. Maslenica 93 will be the first Croatian feature to deal with the operation launched in January…
Croatian cash rebate was raised to 25% as of July 2018, with additional 5% for productions in regions of below average development.
ZAGREB: The number of foreign productions using the tax incentives scheme in Croatia increased from 11 in 2017 to 14 in 2018, but the local expenditure decreased from of 24.7…
ZAGREB: Admissions to domestic films in Croatia decreased from 121,205 in 2017 to 55,709 in 2018, as the number of theatrically released domestic films dropped drastically from 16 in 2017…
ZAGREB: The acclaimed Croatian film and theatre actor Ivo Gregurević has died at age 66. In 1998 he received Croatia's highest cultural honour, the Vladimir Nazor Award for his contribution…
This month we speak with Marijana Bosnjak, CEO and Head of Board of Kino Urania located in the town of Osijek, in the Eastern part of Croatia. As a part…
ZAGREB: The Croatian Audiovisual Centre (HAVC) allotted 370,883 EUR / 2,755,000 HRK for minority coproduction grants and for script and project development grants. New projects by Goran Paskaljević and Srđan…
ZAGREB: Stanislav Tomic is in development/early preproduction with action comedy Tune-up / Po tamburi. The film is set to be a coproduction between Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Slovenia, and…
ZAGREB: The Croatian multiplex chain Blitz CineStar opened a three-screen miniplex in Pula, the first one in the city, on 7 November 2018.
ZAGREB: The Zagreb Film Festival, running 11-18 November, will screen Croatian writer/director Bobo Jelčić’s drama All Alone.

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