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Market focus - Calling on the neighbours

The performance of European films outside their home markets remains one of the thorniest issues for the EU's policy-makers. Last year's box-office recovery in many European territories was largely built on the success of local films in local markets and a number of Hollywood blockbusters. There were high-profile exceptions: Pedro Almodovar's Volver, for example, took more than $15m in France and $8.5m in Italy, while Ken Loach's The Wind That Shakes The Barley took more ...

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