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The revenues shown in Figure 14.1 are the actual figures; if adjusted for inflation (Figure 14.2), the decline in revenues from 2004 is clear, with the 2013 market down 16% from the peak. In real terms, film revenues have plateaued since 2006. Figure 14.2 Gross inflation-adjusted film revenues, all platforms, 1998-2013 (expressed in 2013 pounds) 2013 £ million 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 0 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Theatrical 754 763 785 843 959 922 935 918 883 930 930 1,001 1,027 1,067 1,117 1,083 Rental video (physical) 602 553 598 646 627 574 578 464 379 317 290 279 263 252 233 166 Retail video (physical) 624 612 810 1,074 1,493 1,730 1,890 1,669 1,508 1,632 1,592 1,391 1,317 1,195 984 940 Film on television 1,000 1,023 1,113 1,247 1,354 1,470 1,358 1,299 1,235 1,126 1,168 1,175 1,219 1,435 1,516 1,557 Film on VoD 45 54 67 85 80 85 89 88 78 85 111 135 151 166 240 323 Total 3,026 3,006 3,374 3,895 4,513 4,781 4,848 4,438 4,082 4,090 4,091 3,982 3,976 4,116 4,089 4,069 Source: Rentrak, BVA, Official Charts Company, Attentional, ONS, IHS, BFI RSU analysis Notes: Actual revenues deflated by the UK GDP deflator. ‘Film on television’ covers terrestrial, pay TV and other digital multi-channel. Television-based VoD is included in the VoD total. Figures may not sum to totals due to rounding. 154 – BFI Statistical Yearbook 2014


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