Historical anthology TV drama The Terror has Ridley Scott as an executive producer and will film on the Croatian island of Pag for the next few weeks. Set in the mid-19th century, the AMC drama follows the crew of HMS Terror as they’re hunted by a terrifying creature in the wilderness while on an expedition to chart the Northwest Passage through the Arctic Ocean. The series is inspired by the true story of the crew of the Terror, who disappeared on an 1847 voyage. Pag (pictured) is a long and slender island that stretches 40 miles along the Adriatic and offers easy access to the Croatian mainland by way of a bridge or a two-and-a-half-hour ferry trip. The island is known for its barren landscape, which could help the location stand in for the arctic wilderness. The Terror is being serviced on Pag by Embassy Films, with studio filming scheduled for Budapest. Croatia is a popular European filming location due to an appealing combination of historic architecture and a competitive 20% incentive programme. Star Wars: The Last Jedi was among the high-profile visitors last year and Otto Bathurst’s new feature version of Robin Hood filmed on a specially-built set in Dubrovnik last month, doubling the city for medieval Nottingham. Source
Filmed on the island Pag in Zadar County, July 2019. Production: Pool Productions Germany + BAAM Production House Croatia.
We have been so happy by the way we've been treated in Croatia, by all people helping us in many places - adventure for us, said Dag Erik Pedersen, the host of Norwegian reality "Mesternes Mester".
Some of Croatia’s most popular tourist destinations – the islands of Hvar, Pag and Brač, the towns of Split, Trogir and Vodice, and one of the most beautiful coves in the Adriatic near Jablanac – have been transformed into a new, post-apocalyptic world over the past few weeks with lightning flashes and a sense of fear for the uncertain future for the Hollywood film.
The campaign against forest fires, production house Riba ribi grize rep, filming locations: Podvršje, Musapstan.
In June, 2018 BAAM production organized shooting of video in Falkensteiner hotel, Petrčane for campaign-organisation working to secure and promote certain situations and areas of life as alcohol-free. Through campaigns and activities they strive to raise public awareness about situations where the use of alcohol can cause harm or insecurity, also for third parties, in order to make the everyday a little safer for everyone.
The Dutch/Belgian/Croatian film Rafael by Ben Sombogaart began a 30-day shoot on locations in Croatia on 30 September 2017, (Cast: Melody Klaver, Mehdi Meskar, Nabil Mallat). Rafael is the true story of a Dutch woman who tried to save her Tunisian husband from a refugee camp in Lampedusa, attracting a short burst of media attention. The film is directed by Oscar-nominated director Ben Sombogaart. It is his second film shot in Croatia.