This show is about a time in former Yugoslavia, mostly City of Zagreb at the end of 70' and beginning of 80'. In a dramatic and humorous way it tries to describe a life of this great Yugoslavian era through 3 Generations of people. It's a story of love, family problems with a lot of influence of the Urban Culture and Music scene in Yugoslavia. A time of great music in Yugoslavia such as Rock and New Wave but also somewhat turbulent time right after Tito died.
The last independent newsroom in the country is taken over by a construction magnate for the reasons that have nothing to do with love or respect for journalism.
Dramatic events unfold in Croatia and Ukraine. The first girl drowned, the second one died from a drug overdose. The main suspect in these deaths, however, soon turns out to be innocent - and dead too. While detective Vladimir and reporter Stribor struggle to solve these murders in Croatia, the niece of Olga, an Ukrainian philanthropist, goes missing in Kyiv.
A businessman and an engineer arrive in a small town to restore an abandoned factory and manufacture a discontinued turbine for a mysterious client.
After a military operation of limited operation, six Croatian soldiers (Prka, Sikira, Nervoza, Gradski, Delon and Pape) remained behind the enemy lines for 10 days before being cut off from the enemy lines. Soldiers have not known each other all their lives and have been brought together by war. People of different profiles meet.
The plot of the series takes place in the early Middle Ages. Prince Mrkomir rules in Klis, along with the conspirator Slavomir, the head of the KOA, which is an abbreviation for the Rector's Intelligence Agency.
It happens around Zagreb in 1941-1943, during World War II. Two groups of smugglers led by Crni Rok and Veriga, fight for supremacy on the black market. They also have to deal with the Germans, Ustashas, the police and communist illegals.
Tito is a 2010 Croatian documentary television miniseries about Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito. The first episode aired March 19, 2010.
The series is a co-production by Croatian Radiotelevision and Mediteran film. The two first collaborated on the series Long Dark Night, which at a top audience of 1.8 million viewers was one of the most-watched domestic productions in history. After the announcement of the documentary, Broz's granddaughter Saša announced that she and her family would use all means possible to obstruct filming. Tito cost a reported 1 million euros to make.
The adventures of a numerous family Vragec, who live in a suburban settlement "Naselak" in Croatia's capital Zagreb.
An intriguing history of Yugoslav nuclear program that proposed to build an atomic bomb and 16 nuclear facilities on Yugoslav soil. Only one project came to fruition, the nuclear power plant in Krsko, Slovenia.
Operation Barbarossa is a kids TV show, based on the novel The Mysterious Boy by Ivan Kušan. It is a story about a boy who for some time lives in the belief that he is to blame for the death of a friend, a peer, who drowned in the Sava river. In order to cover up his death, the boy takes his name (because he had just come to Zagreb when he disappeared) also goes to another school. Thus, in two shifts (before noon - afternoon), he tries to be a student in two schools and gets into many dramatic situations. The riddle is, of course, solved by Kušan's main character Koko.
A sequel to One Song a Day Takes Mischief Away (1970) set in 1964.
Documentary series Slumbering Concrete erects its narrative around modern architecture in Croatia and regions of the former Yugoslavia - an area distinguished by large number of vacated and ruinous buildings from 20th century that are of immense architectural significance. The series is composed of 4 thematic chapters, of which the first is dedicated to architecture of tourism purposes, second to monuments and commemorative buildings, third to post-industrial and post-military landscapes and fourth to great ambitions of unfinished modernizations.
A year and a half after a strong earthquake and the pandemic starting, tenants from the damaged old city center move to the outskirts of the city. Tensions rise between people irritated by their own differences and by change.
A TV reporter goes to Vis to film the story about a driving instructor and his student.