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Croatia Film

Croatia Film d.o.o. (formerly Croatia Film d.d.) is a film production and distribution company based in Zagreb, Croatia. It began operations in 1946,[1] when Croatia was part of the former nation of Yugoslavia.

The company produced the region's only animated features to date during the 1980s and 1990s, all directed by Milan Blažeković: The Elm-Chanted Forest, The Magician's Hat and Lapitch the Little Shoemaker.[2][3][4]

Croatia Film was also involved in two animated television series: a spin-off of Lapitch in 2000,[5][6] and the satirical Laku noć, Hrvatska (Good Night, Croatia) from 2005.

In the U.S. end credits of The Elm-Chanted Forest, Croatia Film's name was spelled as one word.[7]

References

  1. ^ "CANNES 2006: Le Village International accueille pour la première fois le pavillon de la Croatie" (in French). Ambassade de Croatie en France. May 2006. Retrieved 2009-04-03. 
  2. ^ "CHILDREN’S FILM PROGRAMME".  
  3. ^ "Poison Ivy" (2008-12-18). "Hrvatski animirani film" (in Croatian). Crtani Filmovi. Retrieved 2009-04-03. 
  4. ^ "WORKING PART OF FESTIVAL". NAFF - NEUM ANIMATED FILM FESTIVAL. January 2007. Retrieved 2009-04-03. 
  5. ^ Staff (1999-11-01). "Up next: What's developing in kids' production". Kidscreen. Brunico Communications Inc. Retrieved 2009-04-03. HaffeDiebold [ 
  6. ^ Buterin, Antun Krešimir (1999-12-05). "Scenarij za seriju o našem šegrtu Hlapiću rade Britanci, a crtaju ga Koreanci!" (in Croatian). Vjesnik d.d. Retrieved 2009-04-03. 
  7. ^ Milan Blažeković and Doro Vlado Hreljanović (directors) (1986). The Elm-Chanted Forest (Animated film). Croatia Film (distributor, Yugoslavia) / Just for Kids/ 

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