DIVISION is an award-winning production service company with its headquarter in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Since our foundation in 2005 we have had the honor and pleasure of working with many of the World’s best Directors, Production Companies, Agencies and Brands and continue the tradition of hard work to deliver the highest production standards for any scale of production. One of our key strengths is the spectacularly diverse range of shoot locations accessible within short distances. These include Slovenia, Croatia, Austria, north Italy, west Hungary as well as Serbia, Bosnia, Macedonia and Montenegro, ranging from stunning mountain and coastal scenery, amazing roads, beaches, desert and the widest variety of architecture topped with spacious sets and sound studios. All supported by Division high standards of equipment, production crews and casting.
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Croatia lies between central and eastern Europe bordering the Adriatic coast bordering Slovenia in the west, Croatia also has a long maritime border with Italy in the Adriatic Sea. It is divided into 20 counties and the City of Zagreb, its capital and largest city.
Croatia can be divided into three geographically distinct zones: the Coastal region; the Mountain region; and the Pannonian region. Its terrain composes of rocky coastlines, flat plains along the Hungarian border, densely wooded mountains, lakes, and rolling hills.
Eight National parks, eleven Nature parks and numerous other reserve. Cultural heritage that endured the Roman, Venetian, Italian and Austro-Hungarian rule is evident in its architecture, which offers outstanding examples ranging from pre-Roman, Romanesque, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical and modern architecture.
Features Filmed in CROATIA
Croatia introduced Film Production Incentive in 2012. It is available to international and local filmmakers in the form of a rebate on qualifying Croatian spend. As of July 2018. cash rebate has been raised to 25%, with additional 5% for productions filming in regions with below average development.
Time Zone: CET (GMT +1 Standard Time)
Country Code: +385
Major Cities: Split, Osijek, Rijeka, Zadar, Pula, Dubrovnik
Croatia's climate is mostly continental in the north and east, and Mediterranean along the coast, while its highest peaks in the south-central region have a mountain climate, which includes snowfall.
Average temperatures in the continental interior are: January -2 to 0˚C, with somewhat lower temperatures at the highest altitudes; August approximately 20˚C, with around 12˚C at the highest altitudes.
Average temperatures on the Adriatic Coast are: January -5 to 9˚C, August -22 to 25˚C. The sea temperature in winter is 12˚C and approximately 25˚C in summer.