In addition to providing information for free, Nash Information Services, LLC provides research
services to hundreds of industry professionals, investors and entertainment companies each year.
Since 1997, we have been constantly developing our Movie Industry Model, a
sophisticated tool for analyzing the past and future performance of movies, including
ancillary revenue through DVD and Blu-ray sales and rentals, TV sales, and foreign revenues.
Using our model, we can provide revenue estimates for past movies, predictions of
opening weekends and total grosses for current and future releases, and many other financial
projections that can be critical in creating a business plan for an independent movie,
or planning an investment.
Our research services are used by independent producers, investment banks and analysts, technology companies,
retailers, web sites and the major studios.
One of our most popular services is our Movie Sales Projection.
The projection is based on research from our database for movies that are similar to a
given project based either on a list provided by our client, or by doing a search based
on multiple criteria, including budget, genre and production method.
Based on this information, we provide a projection for the profit or loss that will be made
by the movie, based on our distribution model for studio distribution, or by working with our
client to identify an alternative distribution strategy appropriate for the particular
The Movie Sales Projection breaks down revenue into US and international theatrical and
home market income, TV rights sales and other ancillary revenue.
For more information on our research services please send an email to
Our OpusData data service connects you directly to movie
data through an easy-to-use search and query interface, the OpusData Explorer, and an Application
Programming Interface (API).
Developed to cater to a wide range of users with varying data needs and database expertise, the
OpusData subscription service provides direct access to search, query, download and manipulate
Whether you want to integrate our data into your web site, develop an App, analyze industry
trends or build investment models, OpusData provides you with the tools and data to do it.
Go to OpusData.com to sign up for a free trial.
This 15 minute video provides an introduction to all our services.
The Numbers was officially launched on October 17th, 1997 as a free resource
for industry professionals, the investment community, and movie fans to track business
information on movies.
Since its humble early beginnings, with just 300 tracked movies, the site has grown to
become the largest freely available database of movie industry information on the web.
Nearly 13,000 movies and about 750,000 separate pieces of information are now stored
in the database, and Nash Information Services continues its commitment to making this data available
to the widest possible audience.
The site has been run since its inception by Bruce Nash, with the help of a dedicated
team of researchers and writers, bringing daily updates on the movie industry from
its base in Los Angeles, CA.
From the time it was started, The Numbers has been dedicated to raising money towards
By giving 20% of all web site revenue to charity, we have raised thousands of
dollars to help make the world a better place.
10% is donated to Oxfam America - a
charity dedicated to eradicating poverty, hunger and injustice around the world.
This year, given the tragedy in Haiti, 10% will be donated to
Partners in Health.
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This site wouldn't be possible without the contribution of readers like you.
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We really appreciate your help in making this the most accurate movie industry
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