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According to PricewaterhouseCoopers forecasts, the USA will remain the top market for filmed entertainment over the next four years but the UK will overtake Japan to become the second largest market. China will also overtake Japan, and France, to become the world’s third largest market. The global shares of Germany, Canada and Australia are expected to fall, while those of South Korea, Brazil and India will increase. Table 14.3 Filmed entertainment revenues by country/region, forecast for 2018 Country/region £ million % USA 25,336 35.6 UK 4,649 6.5 China 4,547 6.4 Japan 4,494 6.3 Other Western Europe 3,725 5.2 France 3,216 4.5 Germany 2,896 4.1 Canada 2,316 3.3 Australia 2,236 3.1 South Korea 2,084 2.9 Brazil 1,934 2.7 India 1,904 2.7 Other Asia Pacific 1,750 2.5 Russia 1,745 2.5 Other Central and Eastern Europe 1,527 2.1 Other Latin America 1,370 1.9 Mexico 1,265 1.8 Italy 990 1.4 Spain 978 1.4 Middle East and Africa 938 1.3 Taiwan 798 1.1 Malaysia 531 0.7 Total 71,230 100.0 Source: PwC, Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2014-2018 www.pwc.com/outlook Notes Some information contained in this table was taken from the filmed entertainment segment of the Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2014-2018, www.pwc.com/outlook however, some calculations and categorisation of regions are our own. Figures may not sum to totals due to rounding. See Notes to Table 14.2. i • For more on the box office see Chapter 1 (page 10) • For more on physical video see Chapter 11 (page 121) • For further details about the Video on Demand market see Chapter 12 (page 131) • For more on film on television see Chapter 13 (page 138) • For information on the export revenues of the UK film industry see Chapter 21 (page 220) 156 – BFI Statistical Yearbook 2014 Image: Sunshine on Leith courtesy of Entertainment Film Distributors


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