Territory reports

Cannes Film Festival 2012 - The Market

BRAZIL
Total box office: $748.6 million
Total number of 2011 releases: 333
Top indie distributor and box office:
• Paris, $72.8 million
Top 2011 indie film:The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1,” Paris, $34.3 million
Top indie pickups:
• “The Twilight Saga:
Breaking Dawn — Part 2,” Paris
• “The Hunger Games,” Paris
• “Get the Gringo,” Imagem Filmes

FRANCE
Total box office: $1.7 billion
Total number of 2011 releases: 595
Top indie distributors and box office:
• Gaumont
• Pathe
• Mars Distribution
Top 2011 indie film: “Intouchables,” Gaumont, $130.1 million
Top five indie pickups of 2011:
• “Safe,” Wild Bunch
• “Terra,” Mars Distribution
• “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1,” SND
• “Red Lights,” Metropolitain Filmexport
• “Kill List,” Le Pacte

GERMANY
Total box office: $1.26 billion
Total number of 2011 releases: 532
Top indie distributors and box office:
Concorde, $72.7 million
• Constantin, $71.2 million
• Studiocanal, $33.3 million
Top 2011 indie film: “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1,” Concorde, $33.1 million
Top five indie pickups of 2011:
• “The Host,” Concorde
• “Passion,” Ascot Elite
• “Don Jon’s Addiction,” Ascot Elite
• “Cities,” Tobis
• “Flight,” Studiocanal

ITALY
Total box office: $875 million
Total number of 2011 releases: 363
Top indie distributors and box office:
• Medusa, $210 million
• 01 Distribuzione, $97 million
• Eagle Pictures, $62 million
Top 2011 indie film: “Che bella giornata” (What a Beautiful Day), Medusa, $57.3 million
Top five indie pickups of 2011:
• “The Artist,” BIM Distribuzione
• “Cosmopolis,” RAI Cinema/01 Distribution
• “Moonrise Kingdom,” Lucky Red
• “Not Born to Be Gladiators,” Medusa
• “The Raven,” Eagle Pictures

JAPAN
Total box office: $2.2 billion
Total number of 2011 releases: 799
Top indie distributors and box office:
• Toho, $728 million
• Toei (N/A)
• Shochiku (N/A)
Top 2011 indie film: “From Up on Poppy Hill,” Toho, $55 million
Top indie pickups:
• “Les Femmes du 6eme Etage,” Albatross
• “Pongsan,” Uzumasa
• “Dogani,” CJ Entertainment
• “The Human Centipede 2,” Transformer
• “Monsieur Lazhar,” Zazie Films/Albatross

RUSSIA
Total box office: $1.15 billion
Total number of 2011 releases: 313
Top indie distributors and box office:
• Paradise, $58 million
• West, $48 million
• Nashe Kino, $25 million
Top 2011 indie film: “Vysotsky: Thank God I’m Alive,” WDSSPR, $27 million
Top four indie pickups of 2011:
• “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1,” West
• “Season of the Witch,” Paradise
• “Conan the Barbarian,” Paradise/Nashe Kino
• “Sanctum,” Top Film

SOUTH KOREA
Total box office: $1 billion
Total number of 2011 releases: 439
Top indie distributors and box office:
• CJ E&M, $404 million
• Lotte Entertainment, $158 million
• Next Entertainment World (NEW), $94 million
Top 2011 indie film: “Arrow, the Ultimate Weapon,” Lotte Entertainment, $48.9 million
Top indie pickups:
• “Source Code,” Cinergy
• “Immortals,” NEW
• “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1,” Next Entertainment World

SPAIN
Total box office: $823 million
Total number of 2011 releases: 432
Top indie distributors and box office:
• Aurum, $75.5 million
• Alta, $31.2 million
• DeAPlaneta, $29.8 million
Top 2011 indie film: “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1,” Aurum, $26.1 million
Top three indie pickups of 2011:
• “Pompeii,” Aurum
• “The Host,” DeAPlaneta
• “Act of Valor,” Tripictures

U.K.
Total box office: $1.8 billion
Total number of 2011 releases: 577
Top indies and box office:
• Entertainment Film, $124 million
• eOne, $95 million
• Momentum/Alliance, $85 million
Top 2011 indie film: “The Inbetweeners,” Entertainment Film, $72 million
Top five indie pickups:
• “The Artist” (Entertainment Film)
• “Rush” (Studiocanal)
• “Lawless” (Momentum/Alliance)
• “Looper” (eOne)
• “The Place Beyond the Pines” (Studiocanal)

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