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The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) Questionnaire on Feature Film Statistics yields data including all key countries in the film industry. The data provide 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 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. Other indicators focus on indoor cinemas per capita and average ticket price per capita, providing a good perspective on cinema infrastructure and access.

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Bibliographic citation:
UNESCO: Culture (June 2019 Edition). UK Data Service. https://doi.org/10.5257/unesco/cult/2019-06

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Annual

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June 2019

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Start: 1995
End: 2017

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Feature FilmsAbstract

The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) Questionnaire on Feature Film Statistics yields data including all key countries in the film industry. The data provide 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 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. Other indicators focus on indoor cinemas per capita and average ticket price per capita, providing a good perspective on cinema infrastructure and access.

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Bibliographic citation:
UNESCO: Culture (June 2019 Edition). UK Data Service. https://doi.org/10.5257/unesco/cult/2019-06

Source Periodicity

Annual

Reference period

Start: 1995
End: 2017

Date last updated

June 2019

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Methodologyhttp://uis.unesco.org/en/methodology/cultureRecommended uses and limitations

UIS Terms and Conditionshttp://uis.unesco.org/en/terms-and-conditions