The past few weeks have witnessed a scale-back of global recovery as markets across the EMEA region have been forced to re-close due to rising virus cases and renewed governmental restrictions.
This week Gower Street looks at where the box office made globally since the beginning of August has been coming from, both regionally and by key markets.
Gower Street's Senior Box Office Analyst Delphine Lievens featured in The Guardian on Friday (Oct. 23) in an article looking at Sacha Baron Cohen's BORAT SUBSEQUENT MOVIEFILM and its much talked about launch online via Amazon.
Both independent distributors and exhibitors in the UK have seen and grasped an opportunity as Hollywood studios continue release delays.
Gower Street's Senior Box Office Analyst Delphine Lievens was one of seven experts invited to discuss the future of the theatrical industry in The Guardian on Thursday (Oct. 8).
Sky News invited Gower Street's Director of Theatrical Insights, Rob Mitchell, to discuss the news of Cineworld's closure and what that meant for the future of cinema on Monday night.
In September, after six consecutive months of losses, the global box office finally began to show recovery.
Gower Street’s research clearly shows that sustainable industry recovery will be impossible without a greater pipeline of major titles.
Russia and Hong Kong are the latest markets to join the growing group of countries to hit Stage 3 on their Blueprint To Recovery.