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176m tickets sold in 2005

As expected, December dampened the relative fall in French cinema attendance in 2005. According to the figures published by the French Cinema Federation (FNCF), a total of 176 million tickets were...  

09/01/2006 | Admissions | France

2005: 152,2 million tickets before a decisive December

With a drop of 3,5%, the month of November did not escape the tendency observed all through the year 2004 with fewer admissions in the French cinemas. According to the figures published yesterday...  

16/12/2005 | Admissions | France

Local films hit new records

Danish films continue to conquer the hearts of local audiences, driving admissions upwards, contrary to the rest of Europe. According to new figures published by the Danish Film Institute, 3.7m...  

18/11/2005 | Admissions | Denmark

Dutch films going strong at local box-office

Dutch cinema seems to be on the upswing with the release of the culture clash comedy Het schnitzelparadijs (Schnitzel paradise) from former arthouse director Martin Koolhoven (Het Zuiden)....  

21/09/2005 | Admissions | Netherlands

Huntgeburth's white Masai conquers the public

The charts for this week-end seem to confirm one of the hypotheses put forward a month ago to explain the unconvincing admission figures published by the FFA for the first semester of 2005 (see...  

20/09/2005 | Admissions | Germany

Drop in tickets for 2005

13,2% fewer spectators compared to the first eight months of 2004: results for 2005 in French cinemas registered a net drop. According to figures published this week by the National Film Centre...  

14/09/2005 | Admissions | France

Every cloud has a silver lining

The FFA has just published admission figures for the first half of 2005. The public's interest may have waned, but the crisis is not structural and German cinema itself achieved a greater market...  

29/08/2005 | Admissions | Germany

13% dip the first semester 2005

Cinema admissions in Norway declined by almost 13% during the first semester 2005 compared to the same period last year, with 4,5 million admissions from January to the end of June 2005 against...  

18/07/2005 | Admissions | Norway

London bombs have small impact on cinema-going

One week on the day after London’s terrorist bomb attacks which killed at least 52 people and injured more than 700, Londoners are making a point of not being intimidated by the tragic events and...  

14/07/2005 | Admissions | UK

June: - 32,5% fall

The number of spectators in the French cinemas fell spectacularly in June by 32,5% according to the figures published yesterday by National Film Centre (CNC). The last quarter in fact totalled...  

13/07/2005 | Admissions | France