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Olive    23,428

First Quarter of 2015, China BO reached 9.66B yuan($1.55B), an impressive 42.5% increase over 2014(6.78B yuan).

 

Local movies accounted for 67.2% of first three months.

 

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yearly statistics 

 

2013: ¥21.77 billion
          612M admissions
2014: ¥29.64 billion  +36.2% (biggest increase since 2010)
          830M admissions  +34.5%
Average ticket price: ¥35.7 or $5.7~5.8
Local movies: ¥16.16B , 54.51% (36 titles made over ¥100M /16M)
Foreign movies: ¥13.48B, 45.49%(30 titles made over ¥100M /$16M)
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Olive    23,428

2015

 

January 2015

Box office - 2.59 bilion yuan ($417m) +38% from last year.

Admissions - 72.93 million +33.4%

 

February 2015

 

Monthly gross  4.05 billion yuan($647m), +25% from last year (3.27b yuan).

 

March 2015

Box office - 2.91 bilion yuan ($470m), +77% from last year.

Admissions - 83.3 million +76%

 

April  2015 monthly report :

 

Box office - 4.09 billion yuan/$660m,+126% 

Admissions -112.6M admisisons +121% 

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Olive    23,428
  China Movie Market Development    
Year Screens Admissions change% Box office change% Local% Imported% ATP
2003 1,953 44 N/A 920 N/A 54.4% 45.7% 20.91 
2004 2,396 56 27.3% 1,514 64.6% 54.9% 45.2% 27.04 
2005 2,668 73 30.4% 2,046 35.1% 55.1% 44.9% 28.03 
2006 3,034 95.6 31.0% 2,620 28.1% 55.0% 45.0% 27.41 
2007 3,527 130 36.0% 3,327 27.0% 54.1% 45.9% 25.59 
2008 4,097 170 30.8% 4,342 30.5% 61.0% 39.0% 25.54 
2009 4,723 210 23.5% 6,206 42.9% 56.6% 43.4% 29.55 
2010 6,256 284 35.2% 10,172 63.9% 56.3% 43.7% 35.82 
2011 9,200 370 30.3% 13,115 28.9% 53.6% 46.4% 35.45 
2012 13,118 462 24.9% 17,073 30.2% 48.5% 51.5% 36.95 
2013 18,195 612 32.5% 21,769 27.5% 58.7% 41.4% 35.57 
2014 24,304 830 35.6% 29,639 36.2% 54.5% 45.5% 35.71 
          Admissions:million  
          Box Office: Million yuan; ATP: yuan  

 

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Olive    23,428

Again, May have increased 65% in the first 22 days compared to same period of last year. :o

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Olive    23,428

How many screens by end of this year.

322 theaters were built in last quarter, 1400 screens.

So 5000-6000 new screens will have been built by end of the year.

Aound 30k total by that time.

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keysersoze123    3,099

Big question is when would this growth stop. Can China be able to support 50K or more screens. Looking at real BO i dont see Average numbers of persons per showtime being high?

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Olive    23,428

The new- screens - increase already slowed down a bit, Jan- Mar 2014 more than 1600 screens were built.

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Olive    23,428

Yearly box office reached 16.3 billion yuan by May 24th, up 59.3% from last year.

 

Jan - May about 16.85 Billion yuan, up 55% from last year.

 

 

There are 27,800 screens settled in more than 5600 cinemas.

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POTUS    4,258

Big question is when would this growth stop. Can China be able to support 50K or more screens. Looking at real BO i dont see Average numbers of persons per showtime being high?

admissions have held steady at 33-40k per screen per year for the last 10 years. Theaters are small so you wont see high attendance per show. We'll know they over built if we see it break below 32K

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Olive    23,428

2015

 

January 2015

Box office - 2.59 bilion yuan ($417m) +38% from last year.

Admissions - 72.93 million +33.4%

 

February 2015

 

Monthly gross  4.05 billion yuan($647m), +25% from last year (3.27b yuan).

 

March 2015

Box office - 2.91 bilion yuan ($470m), +77% from last year.

Admissions - 83.3 million +76%

 

April  2015 monthly report :

 

Box office - 4.09 billion yuan/$660m,+126% 

Admissions -112.6M admisisons +121% 

 

May 2015

 

Box office - 3.16 billion yuan/$660m,+42% 

Admissions -85M admisisons +26% 

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Olive    23,428

Januray - May 2015

Box office: 16.83 Billion +56%

Admissions: 464M  +52%

Average ticket price : 36.3 yuan  (+1 yuan)

Per screening attendence: 22.5 (+1.6)

By end of May: 5200 theaters, 25,300 screens

Local: Foreign = 51:49

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jiangsen    561

From BoxOffice.com

 

@ChinaBoxOffice

 

May 2015 Box Office Stats

China's box office receipts for May 2015 hit ¥3.178 billion ($512.08 million), an increase of 42.86% over May 2014 thanks in large part to the dominance of Avengers: Age of Ultron which contributed ¥1.409 billion ($227 million). There were also 4.26 million screenings (+33.33%) and 86.19 million admissions (+36.19%) during May. Domestic films accounted for ¥805 million ($129.69 million) while imported films earned ¥2.372 billion ($382.16 million) for a 3:1 split in favor of foreign films. 

2015 YTD Box Office Stats

The 2015 yearly box office total through May 31 stands at ¥16.867 billion ($2.72 billion), 56.7% ahead of 2014 at the same date. There have been 20.72 million screenings (+34.54%) and 465.01 million admissions (+52.47%). Domestic films have earned ¥8.512 billion ($1.38 billion) and imported films have grossed ¥8.305 billion ($1.34 billion), an almost even split five months through 2015. 

A Look Ahead

The first half of June has once again been dominated by imported films (San AndreasJurassic WorldStand By Me Doraemon), but late June will see the arrival of several domestic pics with huge box office potential (SPL2: A Time For ConsequencesThe Ark of Mr. Chow, and Hollywood Adventures) and July is the industry's unofficial protection month with no scheduled foreign releases. 

May's top ten films are shown below with data from China's EntGroup.

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POTUS    4,258

looks like june is going to come in at +25-30%

The question is can last july be beat? could be first real down month in years

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Lihongkim    179

China's film market total gross surpasses 20b yuan mark

 

China's film market has surpassed the 20 billion yuan (US$3.22 billion) mark reached by total gross of films released in China by Monday night, China Movie Channel website 1905.com reported.

 

 The accomplishment was completed in just 180 days, 66 days earlier than it took to reach the same mark last year. China's domestic films earned 9.3 billion yuan (US$1.49 billion) in total, 46.5 percent of the total gross calculating both domestic and foreign films released in Chinese mainland.

 

As we enter July, the next two months are usually filled with the screening of Chinese made summer blockbusters. Observers are expecting new box office records for Chinese films.

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Olive    23,428

We thought July would drop compared last year, but we're looking at a 30% increase now.

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jiangsen    561

July grossed a record ¥5.49B (est.), breaking April's previous record of ¥4.107B. That's more than the entire 2008 BO (¥4.341B) and more than '02, '03, '04, and '05 combined!

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Olive    23,428

Jan.1st ~July 31st

 

YTD box office 25.726 billion yuan, +49.2% vs last year.

 

YTD admissions 716.1M, +47.8% vs. last year.

 

Local: Foreign = 57:43

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