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After a record year, Norwegian films lose almost 60% of their audience

After a record year, Norwegian films lose almost 60% of their audience

Fewer local releases and no real blockbusters will be substantially compensated by a strong autumn season, according to the Norwegian Film Institute  

25/07/2012 | Admissions | Norway

ICAA presents official results for 2011

ICAA presents official results for 2011

Attendance figures in Spanish cinemas which saw a downward trend in 2011 worsened in the first quarter of 2012  

23/07/2012 | Admissions | Spain

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

A Royal Affair to become "one of greatest successes in Danish cinema"

A Royal Affair to become "one of greatest successes in Danish cinema"

Sold to 76 territories before its local premiere, Nikolaj Arcel’s 18th-century love story registers one of the strongest-ever performances for a Danish film  

05/04/2012 | Admissions | Denmark

This Life stands firm, even against The Hunger Games

This Life stands firm, even against The Hunger Games

Danish director Anne Grethe Riis’ depiction of Danish resistance against Nazi occupation during WW2 closing in on 500,000 admissions  

28/03/2012 | Admissions | Denmark

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

They are not many but are still world’s number-one cinema-goers

They are not many but are still world’s number-one cinema-goers

Last year’s admissions were 3% down on 2010, but the 4.75 per-capita attendance is still second to none, according to the Icelandic Film Centre  

24/02/2012 | Admissions | Iceland

Millennium days are over but admissions were up, local market share 19.8% in 2011

Millennium days are over but admissions were up, local market share 19.8% in 2011

Last year Swedish cinema admissions totalled 16.4 million, with Swedish productions controlling 19.8% of the market. While attendance was 3.7% up on 2010, domestic market share was slightly down...  

03/02/2012 | Admissions | Sweden

A Funny Man leads Danish 2011 films to control 28% of market

A Funny Man leads Danish 2011 films to control 28% of market

Selling 484,000 cinema tickets, Danish director Martin Zandvliet’s A Funny Man lead the line-up of local films last year that controlled 28% of the market, against 22% in 2010. On the annual...  

18/01/2012 | Admissions | Denmark