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Film Information
Rabbit-Proof Fence (EN) [Original title]

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Directors :
Phillip Noyce [IMDb Info]

Producing or Co-producing country : AU
Production year : 2002
Admissions
Market Distributor Release date 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2016 2006-2016 Total since 2002
BE       53 578                           53 578
CH Filmcoopi Zürich 16/01/2003   38 902                   200     200 39 102
CZ Bontonfilm 17/07/2003   3 974 477 158                       4 609
DE Arsenal Filmverleih 29/05/2003   224 874 6 605                         231 479
DK Miracle Film 13/06/2003   11 646 1 116   461 398   46 39           944 13 706
ES Lauren Films 14/04/2003   83 026 272     1 369                 1 369 84 667
FR Bac Films 23/04/2003   49 197 13 857                         63 054
GB Walt Disney (GB) 08/11/2002 317 534 62 216                     13   13 379 763
IT Buena Vista (IT) 22/11/2002 8 463 4 368 729     458   3           48 509 14 069
NL A-Film (NL) 22/05/2003   59 920     289     55 75 152         571 60 491
NO     6 731                             6 731
PL Monolith 21/03/2003   16 346               1 453 1 155       2 608 18 954
PT ZON Lusomundo Audiovisuais 17/01/2003             32 30             62 62
TR       22 922                           22 922
QC     1 008 3 315                           4 323
US     215 267 745 285                           960 552
Graph: Breakdown of admissions and penetration rate in the national markets of European Union

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The data base LUMIERE provides a systematic compilation of available data on admissions of the films released in European cinemas since 1996. The data base is the result of the collaboration between the European Audiovisual Observatory and the various specialised national sources as well as the MEDIA Programme of the European Union.