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Cologne, Germany - Tiny Iceland may not have fully recovered from the global fiscal collapse, but the local box office is bouncing back, with ticket revenue inching up 2.7 percent to $8.1 million (Isk 1.5 billion) last year. While Hollywood titles -- led by Sam Mendes' Skyfall -- topped the local charts, homegrown films, including Oskar Thor Axelsson’s Black’s Game and Baltasar Kormakur’s true-life survival tale The Deep, helped Icelandic films secure a respectable 10.5 percent of the national box office last year. Photos: The Making of 'Skyfall' Overall admissions in the nation of 300,000 citizens, however, were

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