The film industry in the Russian Federation

20/12/2014 Author: NEVAFILM

This new report written by Nevafilm Research with contributions from Universe Consulting (the Movie Research project), and iKS-Consulting contains the latest information about the Russian film industry as a whole and its individual branches, describes the institutional framework in which the...

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Impact analysis of fiscal incentive schemes supporting film and audiovisual production in Europe

15/12/2014 Authors: Jonathan Olsberg, Andrew Barnes (Olsberg SPI)

The European Audiovisual Observatory publishes a new analysis of the impact of fiscal incentive schemes – tax shelters, tax rebates and tax credits - which aim at stimulating investment in the production of film and audiovisual works.

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The Turkish film industry. Key developments 2004 to 2013

28/11/2014 Author: Martin KANZLER, European Audiovisual Observatory

As Turkish cinema celebrates its 100th anniversary, the Turkish film industry looks back at a dynamic and eventful history. Today, Turkey is firmly established as the 2nd largest European theatrical growth market and the 7th largest theatrical market in terms of admissions, only superseded by the...

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

18/09/2014 Authors: Julio TALAVERA MILLA, European Audiovisual Observatory

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...

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On-Demand Audiovisual Markets in the European Union

10/07/2014 Author: Christian GRECE / European Audiovisual Observatory

This report draws a global picture of the state of on-demand audiovisual services in the EU in 2013 by providing analysis and the main available figures on complex and fast growing markets.

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The theatrical circulation of European children’s films

03/07/2014 Authors: Martin Kanzler

The European Audiovisual Observatory has published a brand new report on "The theatrical circulation of European children’s films". Cinema analyst, Martin Kanzler, presented this new report at the KIDS Regio Forum 2014. The objective of this study is to analyse the theatrical circulation and...

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

13/06/2014 Author: André LANGE, European Audiovisual Observatory

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.

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FOCUS 2014 - World Film Market Trends

01/05/2014 Authors: Martin Kanzler & Julio Talavera

This 17th edition is commissioned from the European Audiovisual Observatory by the film market organiser at the Cannes Film Festival, the Marché du Film. It presents the latest trends on the world's major film markets regarding film production and distribution as well as admissions.

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TV Market and Video on Demand in the Russian Federation

07/02/2014 Authors: KVG Research / European Audiovisual Observatory

The European Audiovisual Observatory publishes a new report edited by KVG Research, a Moscow-based consultancy company: "The TV Market and Video on Demand in the Russian Federation". Its main objective is to analyse the origin of the content broadcast by the main Russian TV channels.

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Television news channels in Europe


The European Audiovisual Observatory has just published a new report on the TV news market in Europe (covering 38 countries). This report provides an overview of the types of channels both national and international, the balance between public and private, and the dominant languages of news...

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