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For films made with budgets of £2 million or more, which were not released theatrically but have been shown or are available, the most common platform on which they are available is physical video. For films in the other two budget bands, screenings at film festivals represent the most common platform for reaching audiences. The films shown at festivals have been divided into films screened at festivals and also available elsewhere and films screened at festivals only. A film festival provides in effect a oneoff opportunity for a film to be viewed so a film shown just at a festival has less opportunity to reach an audience than one shown at a festival and also available on other platforms. Figure 8.5 Percentages of ‘non-released’ independent domestic UK films in each shown or availability category by budget, production years 2003-2011 % 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 <£0.5 million £0.5 - £2 million £2+ million Available on physical video 39.1 47.5 58.1 Available online 5.3 6.1 – Shown on television 5.6 11.1 35.5 Limited UK theatrical release 22.9 13.1 6.5 International release 3.5 5.1 3.2 Shown at film festival and other 51.4 47.5 35.5 Shown at film festival only 33.1 24.2 16.1 Source: BFI RSU Notes: Percentages over categories add to more than 100 as some films are included in more than one category. Films which had limited releases that were not tracked by Rentrak are considered to be not released. i • For cinema admissions and box office in 2013 see Chapter 1 (page 10) • For more on UK films on video see Chapter 11 (page 121) • For more on UK films on television see Chapter 13 (page 138) • For more on UK films internationally see Chapter 6 (page 60) • For more on the UK film economy see Chapter 21 (page 220) 92 – BFI Statistical Yearbook 2014 Image: Man of Steel Licensed by: Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.


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