The Department for Market Information provides statistical and economic analysis of the trends in the European cinema, television, video and internet sectors. It also produces intelligence on the means of financing of these various sectors.
This report focuses on the theatrical exploitation of European films outside Europe. It has to be kept in mind that the theatrical window is only one out of – broadly speaking – four market segments.TV, Video and VOD markets may also constitute relevant market potential for European films but...
The European Audiovisual Observatory covers closely any trend related to feature film production volume in Europe. Thanks to the data provided mostly by the national film or statistical centers in most European countries, we are able to produce pan-European statistics on a yearly basis on the...
This brief provides an analysis of films programmed by a sample of TV channels in EU-countries.
In 2016, the total legal on-demand services market size reached Rub 11.18bn (Euro 150.3m), a 32% increase from 2015 (in Rub).
This report focuses on portraying the children’s TV channels in terms of market offering, performance and major players.
Around one third of all audiovisual services based in the European Union (EU) are targeting other markets. Most of these were established in the United Kingdom.
The exploitation of audiovisual works, and films in particular, is traditionally based on two pillars: a release windows chronology, mainly agreed upon on a contractual level, with theatres being the first (usually exclusive) window and a territory by territory exploitation of rights.
The access to film works in the collections of Film Heritage Institutions in the context of education and research
The present publication sets out to assess the volume of film works in the collections of European Film Heritage Institutions (FHIs) that are accessible for research and educational purposes. The scope of the study is two-pronged: on the one hand it seeks to determine the approximate volume of...
"Focus 2017" 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.
This study examines the presence of EU content in Video-on-Demand services.