In 2016, according to the defense for the first time will exceed 8 billion rubles thanks to the “Crew” that brought 1.5 billion
Charges of domestic films in 2016 is declared the Year of Russian cinema, for the first time in the modern history of film distribution in Russia will exceed RUB 8 billion.
By mid-November fees increased by 15.6% to 7.91 billion rubles, but before the end of the year, several promising releases, and therefore, the Foundation expects to record a movie at 8.3-8.4 billion rubles, that is 1 billion more than at the end of 2015, reports TASS.
In many ways, this result is due to box office notorious “Crew”, which provided nearly a fifth of domestic fees it has collected about 1.5 billion rubles. According to the forecast of the cinema Fund, the film Nikolai Lebedev will be included in the top ten highest grossing films of this year in the Russian hire.
As told TASS the head of the cinema Fund Anton Malyshev, last year, domestic films have grossed 7.2 billion rubles, and in 2013, who until this time was considered the most successful year for the Russian movie, total box office receipts of Russian films was equal to a 7.97 billion.
The number of spectators of domestic films, the cinema Fund also notes the growth. A month before the end of 2016, domestic tapes in cinemas across the country looked more spectators than the whole of 2015. Taking into account forecasts of December, the number of domestic viewers of paintings can reach $ 34 million, which is 10% more than the previous year.
This year, as in the last three years, the share of Russian cinema remains stable at 18%. But the number of releases Russian films this year have increased. If in 2015, the screens out of 123 tapes, in 2016 – 136. Several increased the number of domestic paintings, which attracted more than 100 million rubles – by 20%. In addition to the “Crew” is a Comedy “the Groom” (456,4 million), Thriller “the Duelist” (362,7 million), the disaster movie “Icebreaker” (334 million), war drama “28 Panfilov” (212,7 million rubles, the hire continues).