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 study analyses the circulation and performance of European co-productions and compares them to entirely national European films, both inside and outside their national markets. A sample of 5 414 films with theatrical release during the period 2001 to 2007 in 20 European markets are examined,...
This report draws the exhaustive landscape of public financing available to producers, distributors and exhibitors.
This 11th edition of Focus contains more countries and for the first time data about VoD
After a first study on the VoD scene in Europe carried out in 2006 by NPA Conseil, this survey is an attempt to draw up a general description of the European VoD landscape, i. e. the offer of VoD programmes and markets in Europe, updated to the end of 2007.
Comparative analysis of national aid mechanisms
The whole landscape of public support systems for the cinema and audiovisual industries is depicted, portraying the great diversity of national and regional policies.
This report provides a comprehensive picture of video on demand in 24 European countries as of early 2007 and includes descriptions of 150 operational services. A survey of VoD services in each of these countries yields a framework for across-the-board analysis. Although VoD is still an emerging...
This 10th edition looks at how the development of the Internet as a promotional and broadcasting vector is seen as both a threat and an opportunity for diversity.
This ninth edition of FOCUS sheds essential light on the great movements the film industry is experiencing with the broadening of horizons, the competition of new and huge markets and the stakes involved with digital and piracy issues.
This eighth edition of FOCUS gives a concise view of production and distribution around the globe in an era of increasing multinational co-productions.
FOCUS provides a concise view of the worldwide situation of production and distribution. All the key figures for cinema in the most important countries are given, including China and India for the first time, as well as additional information on the new member states of the European Union.