According to Statistics Estonia, 29 full-length films were produced in Estonia in 2022. This is four more than in 2021. The number of corporate films has also increased, with a total of 1,773 made last year.
One of the pillars of music culture in Estonia is the tradition of the song celebration that started in 1869. It has come to express the unity of the Estonian people. Concerts and festivals with international performers are also very popular. The diversity of high-quality music in Estonia and our composers, conductors, musicians and music organisers are renowned in the whole world. One in two persons in Estonia goes to a live concert each year. Music statistics provide the following information: how many concert organisers there are in Estonia; how many concerts take place in a year; how often
According to Statistics Estonia*, 93.2% of households in Estonia have an internet connection at home. The number of households with an internet connection has increased by 13,000 compared with the previous year, when there were 533,300 such households. There are also more users of e-commerce.
In 2021, there were 25 full-length films produced in Estonia, including 14 feature films and 11 documentaries. 103 short films were produced: 46 documentaries, 45 feature films, and 12 animations. 299 films were shown on cinema screens, which is 69 fewer than in 2020. The number of cinema visits fell to 1.39 million.
Hobby education today has more to offer than ever before. Each child or adult can find an exciting hobby to spend one’s leisure time. Through hobby education, people acquire new knowledge and skills. Hobby education provides a great opportunity to develop one’s strengths and talents, experience success and expand one’s network and relationships. Statistics Estonia publishes hobby education statistics by main fields of education. Nature Music Art Sports Engineering General culture The statistics on hobby education show which hobbies are preferred. These data are necessary to assess the
According to Statistics Estonia, in 2019, there were 82,500 amateurs of folk culture in Estonia. 59,000 of them sang in choirs or danced in folk dance groups. The most folk culture amateurs per thousand inhabitants were in Võru county and the least in Ida-Viru county.
Folk culture covers a nation's tangible and intangible cultural heritage and customs. Folk dance, choir singing, brass music and ethnic handicrafts help to preserve traditions. Amateur theatres, folk culture societies and other activities associated with intangible cultural heritage and heritage culture sustain and raise self-awareness. Folk culture statistics provide answers to the following questions. How many amateurs and instructors of folk culture are there? In which county is the practice of folk culture most popular? What is the profile of a folk culture amateur? How are folk culture
Despite the wide reach of digital media in Estonia, traditional TV and radio programmes are still popular. Everyone can find something they like from the selection of television broadcasters and radio stations. TV and radio also promote other areas of culture, offering quality films, music and plays as well as live broadcasts of the most important events. Television and radio statistics cover all radio and TV stations in Estonia. The statistics include information, such as: how many TV and radio broadcasters there are in Estonia; what is the duration of broadcasting; how is the duration
On 23 February, the phone line of Statistics Estonia’s customer support is open until 12:00 pm. Happy anniversary of the Republic of Estonia!