Igor A. Nola has almost thirty years of a wide-ranging international production experience. He worked as AD, UPM and producer on over fifty feature films and television series in Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Austria, Italy, Great Britain, and other European countries. From 1994 to 1998 Igor was Managing Director in charge of Production of Vardar Film, the Macedonian state film production company, and during that period he worked on Welcome to Sarajevo (1997) and The Peacemaker (1997) starring George Clooney and Nicole Kidman. From 1991, his company Mainframe Production worked out of United Kingdom. In 2000, Mainframe Production brought the first co-production to Croatia – Like a Bad Dream, directed by Antonio Mitrikevski. In 2003, Igor sets up a Croatian arm of Mainframe Production offering complete production and post-production facilities to foreign producers. It specializes in fiction and documentary feature films. Among his most high profile titles are The Whistleblower (2010) starring Rachel Weisz as a United Nations worker in Bosnia, and Dede, an APSA nominee for the Cultural Diversity Award under the Patronage of UNESCO.

Accolades

Mariam Khatchvani and Vladimer Katcharava and Samantha Taylor and Mike Downey and Igor A. Nola and Conrad Alleblas and Jamillah van der Hulst
Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2017

Dede

Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2017

Dede

Winner, Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2017 Set in 1992 amid the remote Ushguli community of Georgia’s Svaneti province in the country’s…

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Films

Dede
2017

Dede

Georgia, Croatia, Netherlands, Qatar, United Kingdom
2017

Dede

Winner, Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2017 Set in 1992 amid the remote Ushguli community of Georgia’s Svaneti province in the country’s…

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