UNIC UPDATE ON CINEMA EXHIBITION IN 2013

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UNIC UPDATE ON
­CINEMA EXHIBITION
IN 2013
5 February 2014
Press Release for Immediate Publication
The International Union of Cinemas (UNIC), representing cinema exhibitors and their national trade
associations across 29 European territories, today released an update on box office revenues, cinema
admissions and other sector indicators for 2013. While data for a number of countries is based on
estimates, the overview presents a first assessment of the development of the sector over the last year
(2012–2013). Final data on the performance of each territory will be released in Spring 2014.
1. Cinema-going in 2013
Moderate drop in box office and admissions across UNIC territories after
strong previous year results
2013 was characterised by a moderate
drop in box office revenues and cinema
admissions across UNIC territories. This
follows a period when the European cinema exhibition sector – despite significant
regional differences – benefited from generally positive results in 2012. In 2013,
total box office revenues declined by 3 per
cent and admissions declined by 2.2 per
cent for territories where preliminary data
has been made available.
Box Office 2012–13 (Million Euro)
125,9
123,1
Austria
+11,6 %
146,4
140,5 -4 %
Denmark
11,4
11,8
Estonia
+3,3 %
81
75
Finland
-7,4 %
1.311
France
Weaker results in some territories
France, the UK and Germany witnessed
slightly less successful performance in
2013 after impressive results in 2012. Box
office revenues decreased by 1.6 per cent
in the UK and 7.9 per cent in Germany.
Admissions dropped by 5.3 per cent,
­
4 per cent and 12.3 per cent for France,
the UK and Germany respectively. Smaller
territories across Western Europe – with
the exception of the Netherlands (box
­office + 1.8 per cent; admissions + 0.7 per
cent) – experienced similar developments.
n/d
1.033
951,1 -7,9 %
Germany
107,5
Ireland
n/d
94,6
96
Israel
+1,5 %
609
618,4
Italy*
11,7
13,1
Lithuania
9,4
9,1
Luxembourg
-3,4 %
245
249,4
132,3
130,5
Norway
+1,5 %
+12,6 %
Netherlands
+1,8 %
-1,3 %
172,3
159,6 -7,4 %
Poland
74
65,5
Portugal
-11,5 %
961
1022
Russia
210,1
186,1 -11,4 %
Sweden
201,9
175,7 -13 %
Switzerland
2/9
185,9
200,1
Turkey
+7,7 %
1.335,3
1.314,6 -1,6 %
UK
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+6,4 %
606,1
507 -16,3 %
Spain
Source: UNIC members 2013/2012
Complementary information from CZ (Unie Filmovych
­Distributoru), EE (Eesti Filmi Instituut & Baltic Films Co-­
operation Platform), LT (Lietuviu Filmu Centras & Baltic Films
Co-operation Platform), PL (Polski Instytut Sztuki Filmowej)
and PT (Instituto do Cinema e do Audiovisual).
*Cinetel: 90 per cent of the market; SIAE global results to be
published in June 2013
2013
-2,2 %
46,4
51,8
Czech Republic
2012
0
250
500
750
1000
1250
2013 Success stories
Several ‘success stories’ stood out in
2013, showing how varied the situation
was across UNIC territories. Russia saw
another period of sustained growth, with
an increase in box office revenues of 6.4
per cent and admissions growth of 12 per
cent. The Turkish and Israeli markets also
grew by 7.7 per cent and 1.5 per cent in
box office revenues as well as by 13.5 per
cent and 7.5 per cent in admissions respectively. It is these growth markets that
helped ensure that cinema exhibition
across UNIC territories overall remained
robust in 2013.
Italy upbeat, dramatic results in Spain
While most southern European territories
continued to go through very difficult times
the Italian exhibition sector bounced back
with an increase in box office revenues
(1.5 per cent) and a healthy increase of
6.7 per cent in admissions. Spain, on the
other hand, continued to suffer from economic difficulties and ill-advised government tax initiatives. Box office revenues
decreased by 16.3 per cent and admissions
decreased by 15.4 per cent.
Admissions 2012–13 (Million)
15,6
15
Austria
2012
-4,3 %
21,9
Belgium
n/d
11,2
11,1
Czech Republik
-1,1 %
14,2
13,7
Denmark
2,6
2,6
Estonia
-3,3 %
-1,1 %
8,6
7,8
Finland
-8,9 %
203,6
192,8 -5,3 %
France
135,1
118,5 -12,3 %
Germany
Ireland
Israel
15,4
14,7
-5 %
13
14
+7,5 %
91,3
97,4
Italy*
3
3,3
Lithuania
1,3
1,2
Luxembourg
-3,9 %
12,1
11,8
Norway
+6,7 %
+7,8 %
30,6
30,8
Netherlands
+0,7 %
-2,7 %
38
36 -5,2 %
Poland
13,8
12,5
Portugal
-9,4 %
168,8
Russia
189
Spain
76,9
90,9
-15,4 %
15,9
13,7 -14 %
Switzerland
3/9
+12 %
18,4
16,5 -10,1 %
Sweden
Source: UNIC members 2013/2012
Complementary information from CZ (Unie Filmovych
­Distributoru), EE (Eesti Filmi Instituut & Baltic Films Co-­
operation Platform), LT (Lietuviu Filmu Centras & Baltic Films
Co-operation Platform), PL (Polski Instytut Sztuki Filmowej)
and PT (Instituto do Cinema e do Audiovisual).
*Cinetel: 90 per cent of the market; SIAE global results to be
published in June 2013
2013
44,3
50,3
Turkey
+13,5 %
172,5
165,5 -4 %
UK
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100
150
200
250
Average 1.6 visits to the cinema per year
The average annual number of cinema
­visits decreased marginally by 0.1 to 1.6
visits per capita across UNIC territories in
2013. In growth markets such as Israel
(1.7), Italy (1.6), Russia (1.3) and Turkey (0.7)
cinema-going increased. The rate was
highest in Ireland (3.2). While admissions
per capita remained stable in Denmark
(2.5) and the Netherlands (1.8), it slightly
decreased in other UNIC territories.
Admissions per capita 2013
Austria
1,8
Czech Republic
1,1
Denmark
2,5
Estonia
2
Finland
1,4
France
2,9
Germany
1,4
Ireland
3,2
Israel
1,7
Italy*
1,6
Lithuania
1,1
Luxembourg
2,2
Netherlands
1,8
Norway
2,3
Poland
0,9
Portugal
1,2
Russia
1,3
Spain
Source: UNIC members 2013/2012
Complementary information from CZ (Unie Filmovych
­Distributoru), EE (Eesti Filmi Instituut & Baltic Films Co-­
operation Platform), LT (Lietuviu Filmu Centras & Baltic Films
Co-operation Platform), PL (Polski Instytut Sztuki Filmowej)
and PT (Instituto do Cinema e do Audiovisual).
*Cinetel: 90 per cent of the market. SIAE global results to be
published in June 2013
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1,6
Sweden
1,7
Switzerland
1,7
Turkey
0,7
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2,6
0
0,5
1
1,5
2
2,5
3
3,5
2. Performance of Individual
Films and Local Films’ Share
Leading at the international box office
Across UNIC territories several productions
from the US performed remarkably well at
the box office. Amongst these were The
Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Frozen,
Despicable Me 2, Fast & Furious 6, The Hun­
ger Games: Catching Fire and Iron Man 3.
Stable local films’ share in 2013, led by
Turkey and France
Based on current data the market share of
national films across UNIC territories re­
mained stable from 2012 to 2013. Turkey led
with a local share of 47 per cent and 9 Turkish
films that were the most popular at the
box office. France, which saw a de­crease
compared to 2012, still accounted for 33.3
per cent of admissions for French films.
Scandinavian success story
Scandinavian territories maintained their
reputation for producing successful local
content. Local films dominated the charts
in Norway, Denmark and Finland. Denmark
stood out in particular, with four Danish
films amongst the Top 5, led by The
Keeper of Lost Causes and The Hunt.
Positive trends in Italy, the Czech
­Republic and Russia
Italy’s positive results can partly be ex­
plained by the success of Sole a Catinelle.
In the Czech Republic, the increase of
11.7 per cent in box office returns can also
be ascribed to the success of local films.
In Russia, Stalingrad became the highest
grossing film of all time.
Non-national European films: the success
of French cinema abroad
In Portugal, La Cage Dorée – a French film
about Portuguese immigrants – is the only
non-national European film to have achieved strong box office results. French cinema already accomplished this feat last
year in Germany with Intouchables.
Source: UNIC members, 2013/2012
Complementary information from CZ (Unie Filmovych
­Distributoru), EE (Eesti Filmi Instituut & Baltic Films Co-­
operation Platform), LT (Lietuviu Filmu Centras & Baltic Films
Co-operation Platform), PL (Polski Instytut Sztuki Filmowej)
and PT (Instituto do Cinema e do Audiovisual).
* Cinetel: 90 per cent of the market. SIAE global results to be
published in June 2013
** The definition of UK film used is that employed by the
British Film Institute for categorisation purposes.
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Local/national films’ share 2012–13 (in % of adm.)
2012
2013
3
Austria
4,4
29
28
Denmark
7,6
Estonia
5,9
28
Finland
24
+65,3%
40
France
33,3
18
Germany
n/d
4,9
5,2
Israel
27
Italy*
31
2,5
Lithuania
16,7
3,2
1
Luxembourg
15,8
Netherlands
20,5
18
Norway
22,8
n/d
Poland
19,9
5,2
3,4
Portugal
15
Russia
18,5
18
Spain
14
21,7
Sweden
25
5
Switzerland
8,4
48
47
Turkey
32
UK**
n/d
UNIC
Average
18
18,3
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20
30
40
50
TOP 1
TOP 2
TOP 3
TOP 4
TOP 5
Austria
The Hobbit:
The Desolation
of Smaug
Django Unchained
The Hangover
Part 3
Fast & Furious 6
Despicable Me 2
Czech Republic
Babovresky
The Hobbit:
The Desolation
of Smaug
The Smurfs 2
Pribeh Kmotra
Ctyrlistek ve
­sluzbach krale
Denmark
The Keeper of
Lost Causes
The Hunt
The Hobbit:
The Desolation
of Smaug
My Sisters
­Children in Africa
All for Two
Estonia
Despicable Me 2
The Croods
Fast & Furious 6
Monsters
University
Turbo
Finland
21 Ways to Ruin a
Marriage
The Hobbit:
The Desolation
of Smaug
Despicable Me 2
Rolli and the
­Golden Key
The Hunger
Games:
Catching Fire
France
Despicable Me 2
Iron Man 3
Django Unchained
Gravity
Les Profs
Germany
The Hobbit:
An Unexpected
Journey
Fack Ju Göthe
The Hobbit:
The Desolation
of Smaug
Django Unchained
Frozen
Italy
Sole a Catinelle
Despicable Me 2
Il Principe Abusivo
Iron Man 3
Fast & Furious 6
Lithuania
Valentine Alone
Despicable Me 2
Women Lie Better.
Kristina
Croods
Fast & Furious 6
Luxembourg
Frozen
Despicable Me 2
Django Unchained
The Hangover
Part 3
The Hunger
Games: Catching
Fire
Netherlands
The Hobbit:
The Desolation
of Smaug
Despicable Me 2
The Hunger
­Games:
Catching Fire
Verliefd op Ibiza
Fast & Furious 6
Norway
Solan og Ludvig –
Jul i Flåklypa
The Hobbit:
The Desolation
of Smaug
The Hunger
­Games:
Catching Fire
Iron Man 3
Fast & Furious 6
Poland
The Hobbit:
An Unexpected
Journey
Drogowka
The Hobbit:
The Desolation
of Smaug
Frozen
Walesa
Portugal
La Cage Dorée
Fast & Furious 6
Frozen
Despicable Me 2
7 Pecados Rurais
Russia
Stalingrad
Iron Man 3
Thor:
The Dark World
Despicable Me 2
Fast & Furious 6
Spain
The Croods
The Hobbit:
The Desolation
of Smaug
Despicable Me 2
World War Z
Frozen
Sweden
The Hobbit:
The Desolation
of Smaug
The Hunger
­Games:
Catching Fire
Hundraårungen
som klevt ut genom
­fönstret och försvann
Monica Z
Despicable Me 2
Switzerland
Despicable Me 2
Django Unchained
Fast & Furious 6
The Hangover
Part 3
The Hobbit:
The Desolation
of Smaug
Turkey
Dugun Dernek
CM101MMXI
Celal ile Ceren
Kelebegin Ruyasi
Selam
UK
Despicable Me 2
Les Miserables
Iron Man 3
The Hobbit:
The Desolation
of Smaug
The Hunger
Games:
Catching Fire
Local films
European non-national films
Source: UNIC members 2013/2012
Complementary information from CZ (Unie Filmovych ­Distributoru), EE (Eesti Filmi Instituut & Baltic Films
Co-operation Platform), LT (Lietuviu Filmu Centras & Baltic Films Co-operation Platform), PL (Polski Instytut Sztuki
Filmowej), PT (Instituto do Cinema e do Audiovisual) and RU (Movie Research Company).
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3. Digital roll-out
Digitisation across all UNIC territories in
2013 reached 85 per cent. The number
of countries that are either fully digitised
or are in the final stages of completing
this process is growing steadily. Belgium,
Denmark and Finland are 100% digitised.
Austria, France, Germany, the UK, Israel
and Switzerland are expected to follow
soon, having crossed the 90 per cent
mark in 2013. Sweden is catching up
­rapidly. Except for Italy, where significant
progress was made in recent months,
­digitisation remains a challenge for most
Southern European territories, with Spain
and Turkey lagging significantly behind.
Digital roll-out and 3D share in 2013
Total digital roll-out (%)
Austria
96,5
Belgium
Denmark
29,9
100
Estonia
58,1
43,9
31,8
Finland
73
100
France
96,2
Germany
51,9
90
Israel
65
n/d
98,2
Italy
74,4
26,9
46,3
24,2
Luxembourg
100
Netherlands
100
Norway
100
Poland
64,7
50,6
64,7
77,7
Russia
63,5
n/d
n/d
Spain*
56,3
Sweden
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57,5
100
Lithuania
Source: UNIC members, 2013/2012
Complementary information from CZ (Unie Filmovych
­Distributoru), EE (Eesti Filmi Instituut & Baltic Films Cooperation Platform), LT (Lietuviu Filmu Centras & Baltic Films
Co-operation Platform), PL (Polski Instytut Sztuki Filmowej)
and PT (Instituto do Cinema e do Audiovisual).
*Spain: up to 9 May 2013. Next update to be released in
spring/summer.
Total 3D share (%)
23,7
84,1
Switzerland
43,7
95,6
Turkey
50,4
29,5
21,7
UK
99,3
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100
42,5
0
50
100
4. sCreen Density
The number of total cinema screens in
UNIC territories remained stable in 2013.
On average, UNIC territories for which data
was available counted 62 screens per
­million inhabitants. Growth in central Europe
and Russia continued at a slower pace as
the market came closer to saturation. In
Spain, general economic conditions resulted in the closure of cinemas which translated into the greatest reduction in screen
density amongst UNIC members.
Screen density per million inhabitants 2012–13
2012
67
64 -3,8 %
Austria
n/d
Belgium
45
72
75
Denmark
Estonia
54
51 -5,6 %
Finland
51
53
+4,6 %
+3,5 %
84
86
France
56
57
Germany
+2,1%
65
65
Italy
32
32
Lithuania
66
63 -4,1 %
Luxembourg
48
49
Netherlands
+2,7 %
85
83 -2,6 %
Norway
n/d
Poland
33
n/d
Portugal
51
22
Russia
n/d
Spain
81
86
-6,1 %
105
104 -1,2 %
Sweden
70
67 -4,6 %
Switzerland
8/9
+2,9 %
36
34 -6,1%
Israel
Source: UNIC members, 2013/2012
Complementary information from CZ (Unie Filmovych
­Distributoru), EE (Eesti Filmi Instituut & Baltic Films Cooperation Platform), LT (Lietuviu Filmu Centras & Baltic Films
Co-operation Platform), PL (Polski Instytut Sztuki Filmowej)
and PT (Instituto do Cinema e do Audiovisual).
*Spain: screens data up to May 9th 2013. FECE will release
more informations in spring/summer.
2013
26
27
Turkey
+2,9 %
60
62
UK
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40
60
+2,7 %
80
100
120
About Unic
UNIC – the International Union of Cinemas – represents the
interests of cinema operators and their trade associations in
29 countries in the European Union along with Norway, Russia,
Turkey, Switzerland and Israel (http://www.unic-cinemas.org).
Together these territories account for around 33,000 screens
and represent one fourth of the global cinema exhibition market.
For more information contact:
International Union of Cinemas (UNIC)
Jan Runge
10–11 Avenue des Arts
1210 Brussels
Belgium
[email protected]
+32 2 880 99 39
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