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Box Office / Italy

SIAE data reveals a sharp contraction in the 2018 Italian film market

SIAE data reveals a sharp contraction in the 2018 Italian film market

For the first time in over a decade, no Italian films figured among the top 10 highest grossing films in Italy  

11/07 | Box Office | Italy

2018 sees a drop in viewer numbers and box-office takings in Italy, but Italian cinema is growing

2018 sees a drop in viewer numbers and box-office takings in Italy, but Italian cinema is growing

2018 saw a 4.98% drop in takings and a 6.89% drop in admissions in comparison to 2017. On the other hand, Italian productions now represent a 23% share of box-office takings  

11/01 | Box office | Italy

2017 down by 11.63% in Italy, collapse of national production

2017 down by 11.63% in Italy, collapse of national production

The data presented by representatives of the film industry today at the ANEC in Rome record the worst results since 2014. The European market share is increasing  

10/01/2018 | Box Office | Italy

Admissions, takings and Italian cinema’s share of the market increase in 2016

Admissions, takings and Italian cinema’s share of the market increase in 2016

According to Cinetel's figures, last year 105 million tickets were sold in Italy, an increase of 6.06% on 2015. Takings were up by 3.86%, while Italian film’s share of the market grew to 28.71%  

17/01/2017 | Box office | Italy

SIAE Figures: confirmed recovery in the first quarter of 2016

SIAE Figures: confirmed recovery in the first quarter of 2016

According to figures released by the Italian Society of Authors and Editors, Italian film continued to grow in the first six months of this year, confirming the trend seen in the same period of 2015  

15/12/2016 | Box office | Italy

Admissions up by 24% in the first quarter of 2016 in Italian cinemas

Admissions up by 24% in the first quarter of 2016 in Italian cinemas

Amost 40 million tickets sold, with Italian film taking over 46% of the market  

07/04/2016 | Box Office | Italy

Admissions and takings grew in 2015, but not the Italian share of the market

Admissions and takings grew in 2015, but not the Italian share of the market

Tickets sold were just shy of 100 million (+8.5% on 2014) and takings grew by 10.7%, but Italian film saw its share of the market drop to 21.3% from the 27.7% it held the year before  

20/01/2016 | Box office | Italy

A record for Checco Zalone with takings of over €52 million

A record for Checco Zalone with takings of over €52 million

Quo vado? is the highest-grossing Italian film in history. The question now is whether or not it will top the €66 million taken by Avatar  

14/01/2016 | Box office | Italy

€37 million in six days: Quo Vado? conquers all

€37 million in six days: Quo Vado? conquers all

Checco Zalone’s new film, which was released on 1 January, storms ahead with its incredible run and bags another €5.8 million on the Epiphany  

07/01/2016 | Box office | Italy

SIAE data: an upturn in the Italian box-office figures in the first half of 2015

SIAE data: an upturn in the Italian box-office figures in the first half of 2015

Box-office sales increased in the first six months of the year by 10% on 2014. The box-office champion was Fifty Shades of Grey, with Alessandro Siani in fifth place  

11/12/2015 | Box office | Italy