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CROATIA / The Croatian Audiovisual Centre unblocks €660,000 for feature films

The Croatian Audiovisual Centre has announced it has secured a further €660,000 for financing feature film projects. Development projects planning to enter production in 2020 or 2021 can receive up to €72,000, with the proviso that they are ready to start filming before December 31st 2021.Post-production projects will be eligible for €13,000 provided their film …

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CROATIA / Extracurricular candidate for the Oscars

The Croatian Audiovisual Centre has chosen Ivan Goran-Vitez’ Extracurricular to be the country’s Oscar nominee in the category of Best International Feature Film. It was chosen from 6 films. Goran-Vitez’ film is about a recently divorced father who, incensed at not being able to be with his daughter on her ninth birthday, bursts into her …

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CROATIA / The Last Socialist Artefact, the new series by Dalibor Matanić

Croatian director Dalibor Matanić has begun shooting his new TV series, The Last Socialist Artefact. Based on Robert Perišić’s novel No-Signal Area, the series is produced by the Kinorama company, in co-production with Sense Production, Perfo Production and Citizen Jane. The TV series follows two “urban survivors” from Zagreb, Oleg and Nikola. A mysterious colonel …

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CROATIA / Chris Marcich joins EFAD

On September 21st Chris Marcich, CEO of the Croatian Audiovisual Centre was elected to the board of the European Film Agency Directors association (EFAD). EFAD members are government or government-associated public bodies in charge of national funding for the audiovisual sector. Each year they fund various projects totalling around three billion euros through subsidies and …

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EUROPE / Nisi Masa promotes short European films

Nisi Masa is a non-profit organization helping and promoting young professionals in the European film industry. As part of that, it organizes the European Short Pitch every year. The Short Pitch programme includes writing workshops, meetings and co-production forums to help young, talented Europeans develop and pitch their projects in a professional environment. The application …

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CROATIA / The freedom of Tereza37

August 29th to September 4th was the week of the 67th Pula Film Festival. 16 films were in competition for the Golden Arenas. Among them Danilo Šerbedžija’s Tereza37. Trailer The script, written by Croatian actress Lana Barić, is about a woman married to a sailor for 10 years. After her fourth miscarriage, and under pressure …

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CROATIA / Postponement of the Dubrovnik market

NEM Dubrovnik is the most important Croatian trade event specializing in the television industry. Although planned as usual for June in Dubrovnik, it will not be held this year because of the uncertain situation brought about by COVID-19. The event has therefore had to be postponed. It will now be held from December 9th to …

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