LOCARNO — Soft money may never have had such a decisive impact on filmmaking in Europe as this decade. On average, public-sector film funds spent an whopping average €2.29 billion ($2.5 billion) on…
European Audiovisual Observatory
Propelled by "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," "Minions," "Spectre" and "Jurassic World," the European Union's box office hit an all-time high of €7.3 billion ($8.2 billion) in 2015, a robust 16% up on…
Studiocanal, Aardman Animations, Ben Stassen's nWave Pictures and Germany's Constantin emerge as current drivers of Europe's wide-audience movie animation industry, according to a pioneering study…
PARIS -- North America was the top market for European films outside Europe in 2010, according to a report published Tuesday by research org the European Audiovisual Observatory.
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Co-productions fuel jumps in film starts, box office
The European Union has drafted film funding rules which, if approved, will cut coin for Hollywood productions shooting in Europe and create potential impediments for all co-productions in its member…
"Green Lantern" may be the latest actioner that underperformed at the domestic 3D box office, but studios invested in pricey tentpoles can take heart: European exhibs continue to see rising revenue…
With governments across Europe slashing arts budgets and chopping subsidies, filmmakers and execs fret the ax might logically next fall on the production incentives they rely on.
Private television channels across Europe weathered the economic crisis better in 2009 than in 2008, thanks to upbeat or solid performances from pay TV operators, who propped up overall results for…
Russia's outdated broadcasting regulatory framework has come under the spotlight in a report from European Commission body, the European Audiovisual Observatory.
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