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Against the total domination of Hollywood films, one in three films seen in Europe is a European production.
Facing rising hostility in Western Europe, migrants are massively overrepresented in the region's World Cup's teams, compared with the overall population.
With smaller audiences and blockbuster successes a thing of the past, it feels as if Germany has fallen out of love with cinema. But is that really true? Which is the most film-loving region? And which films are the biggest hits? An overview
New data from Eurostat shows an increase in the number of vacant jobs in arts, entertainment, recreation and other services in Portugal. In the first quarter of 2018 the country reported a seasonally adjusted job vacancy rate of 1.1 percent, corresponding to 957 vacant jobs.
A database provides data on all television channels and on-demand audiovisual services in Europe.
Mark Zuckerberg had nothing new to say, while MEPs seemed determined to introduce new regulations. Those interested in the future of social media may do well to tune their antennas to Brussels rather than to Facebook headquarters.
28 percent of the films programmed on European television during the 2015-2016 season were produced in Europe.
The LUMIERE database provides a systematic compilation of available data on admissions to films released in European cinemas since 1996.
What do street names tell about a country’s history, culture, and geography? An excellent project by Die Zeit
An interactive exploration of cinema-goers' habits in Europe based on twenty years of data (1996-2016) on 40996 films.