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Danish film statistics January-June 2015

Men and ChickenThe Nordisk Film and TV Fund has announced the statistics for the first half of 2015, indicating the Denmark is heading off to a record year. It is enjoying some of its best cinema attendances in years, with 6.8 million tickets sold (up 18.5% from this time last year), and 2.4 million Danes have gone to the cinemas to see something local, representing 35% of the market (up 10%).

Here are the cinema admissions for the first half of 2015:

Top 10 Films Denmark first six months 2015 (source FAFID   ( ⃰still in cinemas)

FilmsAdmissions in 2015     
Fifty Shades of Grey (US)386.876
Fast & Furious 7 (US)379.786
Men and Chicken (DK)357.850
Jurassic World ⃰ (US)330.850
My Canadian Adventure-The Quest of the the Lost Gold (DK)    322.974
All Inclusive (DK)307.207
Avengers: Age of Ultron⃰277.378
April 9th (DK)241.011
People Get Eaten (DK)236.825
Home⃰ (US)228.668

Top 10 Danish Films first six months 2015 (source FAFID   ( ⃰still in cinemas)

FilmsAdmissions in   2015     
Men & Chicken/Mænd &Høns357.850
My Canadian Adventure-The Quest of the Lost Gold/Min søsters
børn og guldgraverne⃰
322.974
All Inclusive307.207
April 9th.9 April241.011
People Get Eaten/Mennesker bliver spist236.725
The Shamer’s Daughter/Slammerens datter223.662
A Second Chance/En chance til215.613
Long Story Short/Lang historie kort⃰134.168
Albert⃰129.464
The Idealist/Idealisten44.718
CategoriesDenmark
Emma Vestrheim

Emma Vestrheim is the editor-in-chief of Cinema Scandinavia. Originally from Australia, she is now based in Bergen, Norway, and attends major Nordic film festivals to conduct interviews and review new films.