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Emmy Award Winner To Open International Tourism Film Festival in Croatia


The International Tourism Film Festival gets underway tonight in Solin, Croatia, with a screaning of Emmy Award winning American travel documentary producer Ashley Colburn’s “Wonders of Croatia”.

The festival is already a tradition with an established international reputation, and is now regarded as an important cultural and tourism industry event in the region. The festival attracts films from all over the world.

Colburn’s 7-part documentary series on 7 different regions in Croatia, comes on the back of her hugely successful Emmy Award winning “WOW Croatia” travel documentary. Tonight at Hotel President in Solin (Split-Dalmatia County), the series featuring the region of Split will kick off the International Tourism Film Festival which runs until 15 October.

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