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21 articles available in total starting from 07/03/2003. Last article published on 20/11/2013.

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The Keeper of Lost Causes No 1 in Denmark this year – and No 3 since 2003

The Keeper of Lost Causes No 1 in Denmark this year – and No 3 since 2003

Danish director Mikkel Nørgaard’s first film in the Jussi Adler-Olsen franchise takes 682,312 admissions to beat Thomas Vinterberg’s The Hunt as leader of the Danish charts  

20/11/2013 | Admissions | Denmark

After a 33% record market share in 2012, Danish films continue their winning course

After a 33% record market share in 2012, Danish films continue their winning course

Three Danish features, spearheaded by Thomas Vinterberg’s The Hunt, are on top of the local charts for the first six months of 2013  

12/08/2013 | Admissions | Denmark

Danish cinemas 2012: Record admissions, top earnings, 29% local market share

Danish cinemas 2012: Record admissions, top earnings, 29% local market share

Nordisk Film Biografer - Denmark's leading cinema circuit - registered the best theatrical market since 1981, more than doubling the financial result of 2011  

03/06/2013 | Admissions | Denmark

Admissions: 'No reason to take the arms down from excitement,' say Danish exhibitors

Admissions: 'No reason to take the arms down from excitement,' say Danish exhibitors

After the first four months of this year, Danish features control 39% of the market – and Only God Forgives and The Hour of the Lynx are yet to come  

07/05/2013 | Admissions | Denmark

Local films sell every second cinema ticket in Denmark

Local films sell every second cinema ticket in Denmark

With four titles among the six top-grossers in the charts, Danish cinema controls an unprecedented 49% of the market  

27/02/2013 | Admissions | Denmark

Danish films control 28% of best market in 30 years

Danish films control 28% of best market in 30 years

Three local blockbusters – This Life, Love Is All You Need and A Royal Affair - contributed to the best result for Danish cinemas since 1982  

08/01/2013 | Admissions | Denmark

Danish films lose 286,000 admissions on crowded release schedule

Danish films lose 286,000 admissions on crowded release schedule

Local films tripped over themselves to be part of what will be remembered as the 'great Danish film bloodbath', argues the chairman of the exhibitors’ association Danish Cinemas  

28/11/2012 | Admissions | Denmark

Bier exceeds 600,000 admissions, Father of Four No 1 - again

Bier exceeds 600,000 admissions, Father of Four No 1 - again

Danish director Susanne Bier's Love Is All You Need joins Danish five top sellers since 2005, and ASA Film's franchise wins for the sixth time  

25/10/2012 | Admissions | Denmark

This Life seats 750,000 Danes, followed by A Royal Affair’s 500,000

This Life seats 750,000 Danes, followed by A Royal Affair’s 500,000

Danish directors Anne-Grethe Bjarup Riis and Nikolaj Arcel’a historical dramas account for 1.2 million of the 1.9 million tickets for local titles sold in 2012  

06/06/2012 | Admissions | Denmark

Danish films take 1.7 million admissions in four months in best result since 2005

Danish films take 1.7 million admissions in four months in best result since 2005

Historical dramas This Life (aka The Hvidsten Group) and A Royal Affair to enter the list of top ten films over the past ten years  

03/05/2012 | Admissions | Denmark

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