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Informe de industria: Distribución y explotación

Las coproducciones europeas consiguieron más espectadores que las películas nacionales

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- En inglés: El informe del OAE examina la actividad y la circulación de la coproducción cinematográfica en Europa durante estos últimos 10 años

Las coproducciones europeas consiguieron más espectadores que las películas nacionales

Este artículo está disponible solo en inglés.

This figure comes from a brand new free European co-production report, Film production in Europe - Production volume, co-production and worldwide circulation, just published by the European Audiovisual Observatory, part of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg. The report examines film co-production activity in Europe over the period 2007 – 2016.

Co-productions accounted for 24.2% of overall film production volume in Europe over the period 2010-2015 (23.8% when excluding GBinc productions – defined as a film produced in the United Kingdom (GB), for which the main producer is a United Kingdom-registered company which may be wholly or partially owned or controlled by a company based in a different country – usually the US). European co-productions generated 1,576 million admissions, i.e. 50.3% of overall attendance for European films during the period examined (34.9% when excluding GBinc films). In addition, European co-productions generated three times as many admissions as purely European national films.

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A total of 39.5% of the films produced in Europe between 2010 and 2015 received a theatrical release in a country other than the main production country; for majority co-productions the figure rises to 62.9%, i.e. 1 464 films over the period analysed. On average, European co-productions circulate almost twice as widely as purely national productions (32.1%). The overall foreign release territories average for European co-productions was 6.43.

Download the free report here.

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