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Our occasional newsletter showcases conclusions and presents pieces of research that don't fit into our regular schedule. To include yourself in the mailing list use the sign-up box at the foot of the page. You can download previous issues below. There is no issue thirteen.

Issue Fifteen May 2018 - Cinema Stocks Have Fallen

Issue Fourteen January 2018 - ... Bond. James Bond

Issue Twelve January 2017 - And the Winner Is: China!

Issue Eleven October 2016 - Exhibitor Valuations 

Issue Ten April 2015 - Exhibitor Valuations

Issue Nine March 2014 - For 2014 Cinema Is About Technology

Issue Eight March 2014 - Outperforming Cinema Markets

Issue Seven October 2013 - Cinemas and VAT in the European Union

Issue Six May 2013 - What Drives Cinema Admissions?

Issue Five April 2013 - Exhibition Stocks

Issue Four March 2013 - Screen Counts

Issue Three December 2012 - Cinemagoing Trends & Forecasts

Issue Two August 2012 - Ancillary Revenues

Issue One July 2012 - CinemaxX and Vue


Published Research

Dodona Research tracks cinema markets worldwide, following expansion and the penetration of new technologies,  cinema admissions, ticket prices and box office. We also interest ourselves in film industries, audience demographics, and ancillary revenue sources for cinemas such as refreshment sales and on-screen advertising. The results are available on an annual subscripion basis or as one-off reports.

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We can and do undertake specific projects and build custom databases for clients. We act in an advisory capacity in relation to matters such as financings, strategy and public policy. We offer support in representations to competition authorities, and in litigation. We execute projects focused on technological, cultural and city planning issues. We work with suppliers of equipment and services to forecast demand.

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