In the 1990s, production in Croatia all but ceased due to war, but the industry has recovered. In 2012, the reborn nation introduced a film production incentive that offers a cash rebate of up to…
LONDON — Croatia has selected Tomislav Mrsic’s comedy “Cowboys” as its submission for the foreign-language film Oscar. Pic centers on a theater director who returns to his home town and sets out to…
PULA, Croatia — The President of Croatia, Ivo Josipovic, opened the Pula Film Festival Saturday in the Pula Arena, the Roman amphitheater that serves as the fest’s main screening venue. The opening…
Held in the small Croatian village of Motovun, the Motovun Film Festival has announced the lineup for its 17th annual celebration. This year's outing aims to return to the event's activist roots…
MOSCOW -- "Made in Ash" a grittily realistic tale of prostitution at an Eastern European border town was nominated Thursday as Slovakia's entry for the foreign language Oscars.
Croatia is to introduce tax rebates worth 20% of production spend for movies shooting in the Balkans country.
A dysfunctional family dependent on the pension of a widowed relative raids an old folks' home for a substitute when the original dies in the flat dark comedy "72 Hours."
Croatia's Nova TV network is to screen movies and series including "The Departed," "The Vampire Diaries" and "V" after Warner Bros. International Television Distribution teamed up with Ron Lauder's…
"Metastases" shows violence, nationalism, alcoholism and addiction raging through postwar Croatia.
A flashback to the playfully tender East Euro cinema of yore with a forceful if predictable punch in the closing reel, Rajko Grlic's "Border Post" marks a virile comeback for the Croatian veteran…