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11 articles available in total starting from 19/01/2006. Last article published on 06/08/2013.

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21 Ways to Ruin a Marriage and stay on top of the charts

21 Ways to Ruin a Marriage and stay on top of the charts

Best-grossing film in Finland in 2013, the comedy by Finnish director Johanna Vuoksenmaa becomes the fifth Finnish production in 25 years to exceed 400,000 admissions in Finland  

06/08/2013 | Admissions | Finland

Finnish 2012 market share of 28% - and it's getting better

Finnish 2012 market share of 28% - and it's getting better

The performance of local films and the digitisation of Finnish screens are the main reasons for last year's 8.5 million admissions – the best result since 1983  

15/02/2013 | Admissions | Finland

Best Finnish performance in the 2000s - and now Niko 2 comes flying in

Best Finnish performance in the 2000s - and now Niko 2 comes flying in

After nine months Finnish productions control 29% of the market – two local features lead the current charts, and five more will be launched this month  

05/10/2012 | Admissions | Finland

Purge opens No 1 in Finland, doubles 2011 admissions

Purge opens No 1 in Finland, doubles 2011 admissions

Finnish director Antti Jokinen's adaption of Sofi Oksinen's novel surpasses expectations to sign for this year's best opening of a local film, taking 31,151 admissions over the last weekend  

14/09/2012 | Admissions | Finland

Finnish audiences want Finnish films - admissions 110% up on 2011

Finnish audiences want Finnish films - admissions 110% up on 2011

Last year Aki Kaurismäki’s Le Havre began to lure back the grown-up audiences, and the trend has continued, according to the Finnish Film Foundation  

23/03/2012 | Admissions | Finland

Finnish cinemas down 6.6%, local films lose 10% share

Finnish cinemas down 6.6%, local films lose 10% share

In 2011, Finnish cinema admissions dropped by 6.6% - from 7.6 million to 7.1 million – mainly due to the performance of domestic films which in spite of a record number of 34 releases lost 10% of...  

17/01/2012 | Admissions | Finland

With Vares on track, Solar Films controls 78% of local admissions

With Vares on track, Solar Films controls 78% of local admissions

While Finland’s most popular private investigator, Jussi Valtteri Vares, is looking into The Garter Snake, directed by Lauri Törhönen – the third thriller in the franchise has taken 75,971...  

08/09/2011 | Admissions | Finland

Local films up 69%

Finnish films had a record year in 2006 with approximately 1.6m admissions, up 69% from 2005. According to preliminary figures from the Finnish Film Foundation, the domestic market share for local...  

09/01/2007 | Admissions | Finland

25% market share for local films

Domestic admissions for Finnish films have increased by over 60% in 2006 compared to 2005, now exceeding 1.5m. This represents a 25% market share, a drastic improvement on 2005’s 15% slice of the...  

27/11/2006 | Admissions | Finland

Finns want Revolution

Revolution, the documentary musical directed by Jouko Aaltone, has become the biggest box office hit ever for a Finnish documentary film with over 11,026 admissions from only two screens since its...  

22/06/2006 | Admissions | Finland

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