Sound engineer Hrvoje Petek and costume designer Zorana Meić newest members of EFA

During the European Film Awards ceremony held December 10th in Wroclaw, Poland (European Culture Capital, 2016), new film professional members were accepted into the Academy, including sound engineer/tone master Hrvoje Petek and costume designer Zorana Meić.

They received an invitation for EFA membership based on their nominations for the Hellenic Film Academy awards for their work in Interruption, directed by Yorgos Zois, co-produced by Pan Entertainment (Greece), EZ Films (France), Nukleus Film (Croatia), with support from Film Centre Greece, France’s CNC, the Croatian Audiovisual Centre, the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Ministère des Affaires Étrangères et du Dévelopement) and the French Cultural Insitute (Institut Français).


Petek is the first sound engineer/tone master from Croatia, while Meić is the first costume designer from Croatia to receive EFA membership.


Petek and Meić had the opportunity to collaborate on the feature film The Day My Father Became a Bush, directed by Nicole Van Kilsdonk, Dutch-Croatian-Belgian coproduction that was shot in Croatia, in Zagreb and Varaždin.

Filming in Croatia is a programme of the Croatian Audiovisual Centre