The main film territories of South East Asia are rapidly joining the ranks of saturated cinema markets. While Malaysia and Thailand are still growing the focus of investment has shifted from metropolitan locations towards provincial towns and cities and new cinemas are becoming smaller. In Singapore high real estate costs pose problems for exhibitors making expansion difficult and time-consuming.
This report tracks recent changes in these nevertheless very profitable markets, offering comprehensive statistics covering each market since 2000 plus forecasts for the next five years. Additional data covers issues such as exhibitor screen counts, market shares in film distribution, and changes in circuit ownership.
Key Topics Covered
2.1 Films and Distribution
2.4 Golden Village
3.1 Films and Distribution
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Source: Business Wire Entertainment News