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Germany Austria Switzerland

German-speaking cinema markets had a disastrous year in 2018 with admissions down by more than 10% in all three countries. One reason for this is the continuing weakness of the film production industry in Germany, where film-makers have simply failed to take the advantageconferred by possessing Western Europe's largest linguistic market. Lacking a cultural product to call their own Germans are becoming increasingly uninterested in cinema, something of a shame given the country's hugely important role in the pre-war industry. Looking at trends in the cinema industry and key players within it - including the defensive merger of the two of the biggest circuits Cinemaxx and CineStar - data tracking admissions, box office and screen numbers since 2000 in the report tells what is a disappointing story.

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