European film industry

 

The Exploitation of Film Heritage Works in the Digital Era

Authors: G. Fontaine & P. Simone, European Audiovisual Observatory

Published: 20/09/2016

The European Audiovisual Observatory has released a study - commissioned by the European Union - on film heritage works and their presence online.  More


How do films circulate on VOD services and in cinemas in the European Union?

Authors: Christian GRECE

Published: 16/06/2016

How do films circulate on EU VOD services? How do films circulate in EU cinemas? How many theatrical release films make it to VOD? How does circulation in cinemas and VOD compare?  More


The visibility of film on on-demand platforms: Germany, France and the United Kingdom

Authors: Gilles FONTAINE / European Audiovisual Observatory

Published: 16/03/2016

This report is a first attempt to measure the visibility of films, and notably the visibility of European films through the quantitative analysis of the services home pages.  More


Origin of films in VOD catalogues in the EU

Authors: Laura ENE and Christian GRECE, European Audiovisual Observatory

Published: 16/03/2016

The European Audiovisual Observatory undertook in October 2015 a research project on films in selected video-on-demand catalogues available in the European Union. The first results of this research project are presented in this note.  More


FOCUS - World Film Market Trends

Published: 13/05/2015

"Focus" contains all key figures of the film industry in the most important countries. It provides a concise analysis of results and tendencies country by country, together with recent figures.  More


Female directors in European film productions. State of play and evolution between 2003 and 2012

Authors: Julio Talavera Milla

Published: 18/09/2014

This first-of-its-kind pan-European analysis of films by female directors reveals that only 16.3% of the European films produced between 2003 and 2012 were shot by female directors. This percentage is even lower when it comes to the share of admissions, with European films by women directors accounting for 8.9% of the total admissions in Europe during the same period.  More


Mandatory contributions and mandatory investments by the various stakeholders in Europe – the new challenges of the digital era and globalisation

Authors: A. Lange, OBS

Published: 13/06/2014

At the occasion of a workshop organised by the European Audiovisual Observatory and the Ministerio dei beni e delle attivita culturali e del turismo in Rome on 12 June 2014, André Lange made a presentation on the role for new players in the funding for film and audiovisual production.  More


Box office down in the European Union in 2013 but first quarter of 2014 shows promise

Published: 09/05/2014

Provisional Q1 figures from 11 EU markets indicate that admissions in the European Union increased in the first three months of this year, compared to Q1 2013. Quarterly admissions increased significantly in 3 out of the 5 big EU markets, namely in France (+18.9%), Italy (+13%) and Spain (+8.7%), outweighing smaller decreases in Germany and the UK. On a cumulative basis admissions in these five markets increased by 5.6%.  More


Réunis à Paris, les centres du cinéma européens s'accordent sur une feuille de route pour réinventer la politique audiovisuelle à l'échelon européen

Authors: CNC

Published: 04/04/2014

Le réseau des centres européens du cinéma (EFAD - European Film Agency Directors), s'est réuni le 3 avril à Paris, en amont du Forum de Chaillot "Avenir de la culture, avenir de l'Europe" organisé par la ministre française de la Culture et de la Communication.  More


Lack of choice driving demand for film downloads

Authors: European Commission

Published: 06/02/2014

Nearly 70% of Europeans download or stream films for free, whether legally or illegally, according to a new European Commission study on audience behaviour.  More


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