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Table 15.14 Films with above-average Yorkshire and The Humber audience share, 2013 top 20 films and top UK films Title 166 – BFI Statistical Yearbook 2014 Yorkshire and The Humber % of film’s total audience Captain Phillips (UK) 17 Jack the Giant Slayer (UK) 16 Philomena (UK) 15 Yorkshire and The Humber share of top 20 and top UK audience (%) 10 Yorkshire and The Humber in total survey population (%) 10 Source: CAA Film Monitor Yorkshire and The Humber corresponds to the ISBA Yorkshire region. See notes to Table 15.2. Family orientated films and a boy-band concert documentary appealed most to audiences in the North East and Wales, with One Direction: This Is Us and Despicable Me 2 attracting the highest significant aboveaverage audiences in the North East and Frozen and Monsters University attracting the highest aboveaverage audiences in Wales (Tables 15.15 and 15.16). Wales is the only nation/region not have a UK film with a significant above-average audience. Table 15.15 Films with above-average North East audience share, 2013 top 20 films and top UK films Title North East % of film’s total audience One Direction: This Is Us (UK) 12 Despicable Me 2 10 Frozen 8 North East share of top 20 and top UK audience (%) 5 North East in total survey population (%) 5 Source: CAA Film Monitor North East corresponds to the ISBA Tyne Tees region. See notes to Table 15.2. Table 15.16 Films with above-average Wales audience share, 2013 top 20 films and top UK films Title Wales % of film’s total audience Frozen 12 Monsters University 12 Wales share of top 20 and top UK audience (%) 8 Wales in total survey population (%) 7 Source: CAA Film Monitor Wales corresponds to the ISBA HTV region. See notes to Table 15.2.


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