The International Film Union (UNIC) has released its annual report highlighting the recent developments in Europe’s drama industry during the epidemic. The agency looked at 43,000 screens across 38 regions for its research.
This year’s results, presented during the exhibition trade show Cine Europe, show that European movie theaters saw a decline of .40. %% drop $ 6. billion billion ($ 6 billion) a year in 2020. In terms of admissions, the annual sales were 430 million, down 68.4%.
UNIC estimates that শিল্প 4.5 billion (2 5.2 billion) was lost among other revenues in the European industry.
European theaters were on the path to steady growth when they were hit by the epidemic, a 34% increase between 2000 and 2019 over the past two decades. 2019 was a particularly strong year as European movies grossed more than 8 8.8 billion at the box office and attracted more than 1.34 billion movie-goers.
Although cinema was closed for most of the year and the U.S. blockbuster had secluded screens, the European film market share grew to 39.7%, up from 25.7% in 2019 and 29.4% in 2018.
The top five regions of the European Union in terms of national film market share were Italy (55.6%), Poland (53.2%), Denmark (49.7%), France (44.9%) and the Czech Republic (46.4%).
The Spanish comedy “Padre no hay más que uno 2: La llegada de la suegra” and the French comedy “30 jours max” were the two most successful European films of the year, grossing 2.3 million and 1.2 million, respectively; This was followed by the French family film “Les Blogges de Toto” with 1.1 million admissions; Ben Stasen’s animated feature “Bigfoot Family” and Thomas Winterberg’s Oscar-winning Danish film “Drunk” each have 1 million admissions.