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River Upstream (En amont du fleuve) directed by Belgian director Marion Hänsel and produced by Man’s Films, begins filming this Tuesday, 26 May, in Ražanac, close to Zadar. Croatian production company Kinorama services the production.
At a press conference at Zagreb’s Europa Cinema, the international crew of the Winnetou trilogy presented their plans and details regarding the shooting scheduled to begin in August at various locations in Croatia.
On Wednesday, 22 April, the third season of the serial Crossing Lines began shooting in the northern Croatian resort town of Opatija. Filming on locations in Croatia will end on 2 May, and in addition to Opatija, the crew will work in Rijeka, Rovinj and Bale in Istria (Stancija Meneghetti).
Before the exclusive premiere of the new, fifth, season of the cult TV show Game of Thrones, HBO Adria published a video in which the crew of this popular serial speaks about their experience in filming in Croatia in the past three years. Season five will be broadcast in Croatia on 13 April at 20:05 – at the same time as other 170 countries across the world.
Fan, an upcoming Indian drama film starring Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan, will be partially filmed in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The filming began last September in Mumbai, India, and continues in Dubrovnik from March 16-24, after which the set moves to London, UK.
Creator and executive producer of the TV series Homeland and Dig reveals behind the scenes of shooting in Croatia in anticipation of the show’s debut tonight (5 March) on USA Network.
The new high action adventure series “Dig”, set to premiere on USA Network on 5 March 2015, is back in Croatia, filming additional episodes on locations in Split, Šibenik and Istria.
Zadar Film Commission was officially presented at the Zadar County Hall on 26 January 2015. Thus Zadar became the first Croatian city to have established an office offering a support system for the film industry.
Twelve fruitful and lively months are behind us. The large numbers that marked the recent years in some areas keep growing (production, service export, number of renovated screens), and in others fail (cinema rates).
As part of Zagreb Film Festival 2014, Croatian Audiovisual Centre organised a panel discussion on the growing connections between Croatian and Danish filmmakers, named Danes Go South. All the attendees concluded that Croatia has a great future as a co-production country, because next to the landscape diversity it has an ambitious, professional and welcoming film crew that makes film work on all levels a lot easier.