“EAVE on Demand – 2 Day Formula” training program in Montenegro

Film Centre of Montenegro has established cooperation with one of the leading training programs for film professionals in Europe - EAVE. European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs, EAVE,...

PUBLIC CALL for co-financing of the minority co-productions

Pursuant to articles 4 and 14 of the Law on Cinematography (“Official Gazette of Montenegro”, no. 42/15) and article 2 of the Rules on the procedure, manner and criteria for the...

Film Centre of Montenegro at Cannes film market

Film Centre of Montenegro is presenting the current Montenegrin cinema at this year’s film market within the Cannes Film Festival, at Pavilion of Southeast Europe together with...

Montenegrin Cinematography on the web portal of the Film New Europe

Film Center of Montenegro has established cooperation with the international platform for networking - Film New Europe. The Film New Europe is a leading platform for networking...

“Elegy of laurel” by Dušan Kasalica selected for CineLink

Eight feature film projects and five television drama projects in early development have been announced as part of this years CineLink line-up. This part of the selection focuses...

ENJOY WHILE FILMING

It takes a great deal of effort, possibly unsuccessful, to find a country like Montenegro. A small country of indescribable magical beauty, abundant in natural beauties of all kinds – the sea, mountains, canyons, rivers, beaches and everything else that links with epithets, in this case and not so ambitious as magnificent, breathtaking or, simply, divine. In addition to the various natural beauties, Montenegro has glorious cultural heritage representing a testimony of a rich and turbulent past – medieval, oriental, Venetian, Austro-Hungarian, anti-fascist, social-realism remains and landmarks that are uniquely intertwined in different regions, allocated in old town units, religious facilities (churches, mosques and cathedrals), and urban areas. In recent years, our country is undergoing a construction process followed by the modern facilities and hotels that are difficult to find in the widest possible environment. Montenegro is the country you must visit to witness all the above.

If you are a filmmaker, it will be interesting for you to find out more about Montenegrin film history and its current cinema, which are also very authentic and are changing rapidly. Like all other ex-Yugoslav countries, Montenegro had a large state owned film company that brought together filmmakers, and was also known in the world for providing a production service which at the time was not a common thing.

Over the past ten years, a new generation of filmmakers emerged, mostly with university level education, which are quite quickly adopting the best film practices and building a flexible and dynamic cinema that is increasingly becoming the focus of attention.

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