The Croatian Audiovisual Centre offers €660,000 to projects during the pandemic
- The funds are aimed at previously supported feature-length fiction projects which are at the development and post-production stages
The Croatian Audiovisual Centre (HAVC) has announced that it has secured additional funding for feature-length fiction projects that it has already supported, as a push to help them progress under pandemic circumstances. The full budget for this financing is €660,000 (HRK 5 million), and eligible projects are those in development and post-production.
Projects in development that are planning to enter production this and next year can receive up to €72,000 (HRK 600,000), on condition that they wrap principal photography by 31 December 2021. Projects in post-production are eligible for support of €13,200 (HRK 100,000), with the obligation to complete the film by 31 June 2020.
Earlier this year, HAVC provided additional funding to three feature-length projects to help them complete production during the pandemic. The fiction features Even Pigs Go to Heaven [+see also:
film profile] by Goran Dukić and Sixth Bus by Eduard Galić received €42,796 and €17,076, respectively, while Silvio Miroščinenko’s documentary Obalno šetalište got €8,691.
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