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    •  Multiplex (278 cinemas)  Independent  Small Chains  2012 – 172.5m cinema admissions, £1.1bn BO.  2012: 769 Cinema sites in the UK (Source: BFI Statistical Yearbook), 3,817 screens (50 more than 2011)
    •  UK box office receipts up 6%  UK Films (incl. co productions) – 25%  ‘Mega-Hits’: Skyfall - £102.8m UK Box Office (highest earning ‘UK’ film), The Dark Knight Rises, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey  For the first time since 1984 the net increase in ‘non multiplexes screens’ greater  90% all screens – Digital Projection  Average ticket price - £6-37
    • 1984 (Milton Keynes) – first multiplex. Cinema admissions: 70 million  By 2004: 170 million  2011figures currently levelling out – similar Box Office/DVD curve (most people watch films on television)  Occasional film affects this curve e.g. Avatar  12-21 most common cinema going age  Film more as ‘social activity’ – mainstream film culture 
    • Odeon – 114 sites, 868 screens  Cineworld – 80- sites, 799 screens  Vue – 79 sites, 746 screens  Empire Cinemas – 16 sites, 150 screen  Anderson – 11 sites, 88 screen  Reel Cinema – 16 sites, 623 screens  City Screen – 22 sites, 60 screens 
    • Historical relationship with Hollywood (Vue aquired 36 Warner Village Cinemas in 2003, Odeon owned by UCI who were Paramount and Universal)  Mainstream Films – Hollywood/British  Many Multiplex chains now owned by Venture Capitalists/Private Equity firms  Out of town model (US) more popular  Weather can be a factor – a poor summer can mean a good box office 
    • Reduced overheads (one building)  Multiple revenue (up to 30 screens)  Mass audiences  Revenue from non ticket price sales  Blockbuster – more than one screen (350-400 screens typical release)  Can move film to smaller screen  Out of town = easy access (other interests)  Wide choice (although mainly Hollywood) 
    • WRITE DOWN WHAT YOU THINK WERE THE TOP TEN BOX OFFICE GROSSING FILMS OF LAST YEAR.....
    • Skyfall 2. The Dark Knight Rises 3. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 4. Marvel Avengers Ensemble 5. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 6. Ted 7. Ice Age 4: Continental Drift 8. Life of Pi 9. The Amazing Spiderman 10. Prometheus 1.
    • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part Two 2. The King’s Speech 3. The Inbetweeners Movie 4. Pirates of the Caribbean – On Stranger Tides 5. Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows 6. Arthur Christmas 7. Johnny English Reborn 8. Gnomeo and Juliet 9. X Men: First Class 10. Paul 1.
    • WHAT DIFFERENCES ARE THERE IN THE 2011 and 2012 FIGURES? WHAT DOES THIS SUGGEST ABOUT THE STATE OF BRITISH FILM? Next Year for UK films? Philomena, About Time as successful UK/US collaborations?
    •         Film as cultural experience (solitary viewing and couples common) Independent/Past Run/World Cinema/Cult Films Niche, older, more educated audiences Different atmosphere and architecture Wine/Cappuccino/licensed bar instead of Coca-cola, Popcorn and Nachos Often a single screen cinema Commonly found in cities and university towns Often independently owned
    • Curzon  Everyman  The Lexi Cinema  Prince Charles Cinema  Electric Cinema  BFI 
    •         21 sites (first in 1989) City Screen Ltd. previous Trading Name Founded by Lyn Goleby and Tony Jones Sites include London, Norwich, Oxford, Southampton, Aberdeen, Liverpool London sites – Greenwich, Ritzy, Stratford, Notting Hill, Hackney Dependent on area - mix a programme of independent, art house and ‘less accessible mainstream’ Outside events – Q & A, live Opera screenings… But 2012: bought by Cineworld
    •  Explain why this film was such a box office success at the cinema – without American investment.