Analysis of the current state of the domestic film industry
Автор: Spivakova Karina Samvelovna, Arakelyan Artur Movsesovich
Журнал: Сервис plus @servis-plus
Рубрика: Экономика и сервис
Статья в выпуске: 3 т.10, 2016 года.
The formation of scientifically grounded approaches to improve the management of the film industry needs to analyze the contemporary state of film industry in order to identify its most important problems and untapped opportunities for further dynamic and effective development. The analysis of the status and trends of Russian cinema-business development, the peculiarities of its historical development and study of logic interdependent processes are relevant prerequisites for solving the problem of forming of risk management system of project im- plementation; because in many cases these risks are caused by the specificity of Russian cinema and features of its functioning. The article is devoted to the analysis of the contemporary state of the domestic film industry based on which it is possible to make the conclusion about the need to improve management. The author analyzes the main economic indicators of the industry and describes the main development trends and their positive and negative features. The author studies thoroughly such indicators as dynamics of film distribution in the Russian film market, divided into the percentage of domestic and foreign films, attendance of cinemas in Russia, the number of cinemas and particular cinema hall in the country, takings of the Russian and foreign film projects, the production facilities of film studios, etc. A detailed analysis of the statistical data for the last 10 years allows the author to make the main conclusion about the origin of real prerequisites for the forma- tion and development of scientifically based management systems in general and risk management system in particular in the production of Russian film projects.
Cinema production, film production, film branch, management of film project production, film distribution
Короткий адрес: https://readera.org/140210370
IDR: 140210370 | DOI: 10.12737/21122