Zadar Film Commission organises a pannel discussion on „The role of the film in turist promotion of the region“. April, the 10th at 11 AM, University of Zadar The panelists are: Father Thomasz Jegierski – FT Films Ms Katarzyna Wodecka - Stubbs – Krakow Film Commission Ms Mihaela KADIJA – Director of Zadar County Tourist Board Mr Hrvoje Hribar – Head of the Croatian Audiovisual Centre Mr Jurica Šimunković – producer – NOVALIS d.o.o. Introduction: Mr. Sc. Vinko Bakija, University of Zadar Moderator: Ivana Zrilić, Zadar Film Commission At the same day, Zadar Film Commission presents an exhibition „Film locations in Zadar County“ at 19 PM in Church of st. Donatus, Zadar.
The Tourist was filmed on the island Pag, village Miškovići.
According to Siniša Juričić from Nukleus film, who is the executive producer, local professionals make 85 percent of the film crew.
Regarding foreign crews working in Croatia, the Croatian producer will coordinate the implementation of all measures necessary for cross-border entry and departure of all foreign members of film and TV crews, in line with the general guidelines of the Croatian Institute of Public Health on cross-border travel, self-isolation and quarantine.
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.