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[VIDEO] Dubrovnik Tourist Promo Video Awarded in America


Dubrovnik Tourist Board promotional video of the city ‘Dubrovnik and Time’ has won bronze at the prestigious New York Festivals World’s Best TV & Films awards in Las Vegas this week…

‘Dubrovnik and Time’ was named the 3rd best video out of a strong selection of videos from 50 countries. It was the only entrant from Croatia in the competition. Ina Rodin collected the award in Las Vegas, whilst the film’s producer Spomenka Saraga also attended the gala night.

“This year’s awards presented strong competition and we’re thrilled to be recognized for showcasing the richness that Dubrovnik and our country offers visitors. We love every opportunity to tell the story that Croatia is an unspoiled, beautiful part of the European Mediterranean region with a multitude of cultural, history and natural beauty,” said Romana Vlasic, Director of Dubrovnik Tourism Board said.

‘Dubrovnik and Time’, which was filmed last year and produced by Balduči film, earlier won the Silver Medal at the ITB Tourism Fair in Berlin where it beat more than 1,500 film submissions from the 40 different countries.

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