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July biggest month of 2006

With over 16m admissions and an average 3.7m cinemagoers per week, July was the busiest cinema-going month of the year thanks mostly to the number one title Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s...  

18/08/2006 | Admissions | UK

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

Local films up 8%

Norwegian films are surfing on a historical wave of success, both internationally and domestically. Last Sunday, Bobbie Peers’ short film Sniffer, produced by Maria Ekerhovdt and Glenn Gardner for...  

31/05/2006 | Admissions | Norway

April figures hit 10-year record

Unlike 2005, which saw admissions fall by 5% to 11.3m and local films market share loose 1% (14% in 2005), Norwegian films have been launching a new offensive on the domestic market since the...  

10/05/2006 | Admissions | Norway

A Soap at number seven

A Soap at number seven

Pernilla Fischer Christensen’s acclaimed debut feature A Soap took the number seven position at last weekend’s Danish chart with 5,187 admissions from 16 screens, an average of €2,900 per screen....  

12/04/2006 | Admissions | Denmark

Slower first two months of the year

After a rousing final quarter of 2005 that drove admissions up by 7.6% in October (15.5m), 4.1% in November (15.1m) and as much as 20.5% in December (17.6m), January and February 2006 admissions...  

24/03/2006 | Admissions | UK

Figures down by 12% in 2005

With 14.6m tickets sold, Swedish cinema attendance fell by 12% in 2005 compared to 2004, according to figures published by the Swedish Film Institute. While the theatrical market was at its lowest...  

22/03/2006 | Admissions | Sweden

Highest local market share in 29 years

2005 was a record year for Danish films with 4m admissions at home and a 32.4% market share, the highest since 1977 and one of the strongest domestic market shares across Europe. In comparison,...  

14/03/2006 | Admissions | Denmark

Les bronzés 3’s sunny disposition

With 5.8m admissions in 12 days and over €34m grossed, Les bronzés 3, amis pour la vie by Patrice Leconte brings the colour back to the cheeks of the French box office. Following January’s total...  

14/02/2006 | Admissions | France

All time-record for local films

Finnish films had an all-time record audience last weekend with five films taking as much as 81% of the total admissions at the local Top 10. Last weekend’s new release Matti-Hell Is For Heroes by...  

19/01/2006 | Admissions | Finland