Swedish film admissions have been stable in the first half of 2015, with 8 million admissions – a figure that is up 1.4% from the same time last year. With a 15.8% market share, Swedish films had the lowest admissions in the last five years – compared with 28.2% last year.
Two Swedish films earned a spot in the top 10 – Micke & Veronica and The Anderssons Rock the Mountain. Those in the industry are hopeful that admissions will be up to a 20% market share by the end of the year.
Top 10 Swedish films first six months 2015 (source Swedish Film Institute)
|FILMS||Admissions in 2015|
|Micke & Veronica||377.276|
|Sune i Fjällen/The Anderssons Rock the Mountains||259.024|
|Filip & Fredrik presenterar Trevlig Folk/Nice People||123.829|
|Jönssonligan-Den perfekta stöten/The Master Plan||99.281|
|I nöd eller lust||48.590|
|Miraklet i Viskan/Viskan Miracles||32.157|
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