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La diversité des films de long métrage
la mesure de la participation culturelle
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Cinema Statistics 

Why collect data on feature films? To gather information on the world’s most lucrative cultural industry and one of the most popular cultural practices -- movie-watching.  Demand for data has never been greater as digital technology transforms the ways in which films are produced, distributed and consumed by audiences in theatres and homes.

 

What is the role of the UIS?

 

Our goal is to provide internationally comparable and reliable data that reflect a selection of major cultural industries and practices. In particular, the UIS has developed a biennial survey on feature film statistics to monitor global trends in selected areas of this industry. This is the only international survey of its kind to include countries in all regions and at all stages of development. It uses comparable definitions to collect data on a range of issues, including: the top ten films viewed per country; linguistic diversity in film production; admissions; national versus international co-productions per country; and distribution mechanisms.

 Featured Content

DOCUMENTS
Emerging Markets and the Digitization of the Film Industry: an analysis of the 2012 UIS International Survey of Feature Film Statistics
Feature Film Diversity (Fact Sheet No.24, 2013)
Linguistic Diversity of Feature Films (Fact Sheet No. 17, 2012)
From International Blockbusters to National Hits: Analysis of the 2010 Cinema Survey
Emerging Markets and the Digitization of the Film Industry: an analysis of the 2012 UIS International Survey of Feature Film Statistics
Feature Film Diversity (Fact Sheet No.24, 2013)
Linguistic Diversity of Feature Films (Fact Sheet No. 17, 2012)
From International Blockbusters to National Hits: Analysis of the 2010 Cinema Survey
Application of the Stirling Model to Assess Diversity Using UIS Cinema Data
Analysis of 2007 UIS Statistics on Feature Films (2009)
 

According to the most recent UIS survey results released in 2013, China has climbed from sixth place in terms of box office revenue in 2005 to third place behind the United States and Japan in 2011.

 

Overall, the survey yielded data from more than 100 countries including all key countries in the film industry.  The survey provides a unique perspective on how different countries and regions are transforming traditional approaches to the art and industry of film-making, especially in video and digital formats. Key indicators below focus on habits of film consumption by looking at the origin of films viewed, as well as the most popular films, based on the frequency of attendance. Two indicators focus on indoor cinemas per capita and average ticket price per capita, providing a good perspective on cinema infrastructure and access. 

 

Indicators / data now available:

The Data Centre also includes updated statistics from 2010 to 2011 on cinema infrastructure, film production and distribution, and exhibition. Historical data from 1995 to 1999 are available in separate tables for fewer indicators and data.

 

Additional resources:

 

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