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Film Information
Tyrannosaur (EN) [Original title]

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Directors :
Paddy Considine [IMDb Info]

Producing or Co-producing country : GB
Production year : 2011
Admissions
Market Distributor Release date 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2015-2017 Total since 2011
AT Filmcasino & Polyfilm 20/01/2012   391             391
BE Imagine Film Distribution (BE) 25/04/2012   3 427             3 427
CH Cineworx 29/03/2012   3 694 98 31         3 823
DE Kino Kontrovers 13/10/2011 9 216               9 216
DK Camera Film 29/11/2012   1 167 313           1 480
EE Must Käsi (EE)   410 1 204             1 614
ES Festival Films 25/11/2011 200 14 586 447 1 17 248 9 274 15 508
FR Distrib Films (FR) 25/04/2012   51 165             51 165
GB StudioCanal (GB) 07/10/2011 40 141 3 781         12 12 43 934
GR Feelgood 24/11/2011 3 540 403 105   185   79 264 4 312
HR Zagreb Film Festival 16/10/2011 704               704
HU Cirko Film 01/03/2012   665             665
IS Myndform 24/05/2012   284             284
LU Imagine Film (LU) 25/04/2012   430             430
LV Arsenals   133               133
NL Wild Bunch Benelux (September Distr.) 05/01/2012 1 009 12 068 162           13 239
NO Arthaus (NO) 20/04/2012   2 166             2 166
RU P And I Films 15/03/2012   4 686             4 686
SE Nonstop Entertainment 13/01/2012   3 586             3 586
SI Demiurg 09/11/2011 672               672
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.