2022 The Development of the German Film Festival Sector from the Berlinale to the Present Day
Quantitative study by Tanja C. Krainhöfer, Dr. Tobias Petri, Konrad Schreiber
published as Tanja C. Krainhöfer, Tobias H. Petri, 2022, The German Film Festival Landscape in Times of Global Crisis. Published in the chapter Die deutsche Filmfestivallandschaft. Analyse eines Sektors im Wandel in der Publikation Filmfestivals: Krisen, Chancen, Perspektiven, Tanja C. Krainhöfer/ Joachim Kurz (ed.),
edition text+kritik, 2022

2021 City Map Film Culture
Quantitative and qualitative analysis of the diversity of commercial, community, and non-profit film programming in 2019 as reflected in the ethnic diversity of Munich’s population.
by Tanja C. Krainhöfer.
Unpublished pilot study, Study concept in German

This cartographic inventory of the diversity of film offerings by and for the diversity of Munich’s urban society illuminates the attribute of diversity on three levels: first, the representation of ethnic diversity in film cultural programs and thus representation of the entire Munich population; second, equity of access at all levels (including individual influencing factors such as language skills, financial possibilities, spatial distance); and, third, participation in cultural production (e.g., curation of film programs). In this context, film proves to be particularly suitable as a cultural sector with regard to the cultural participation of an urban society with a wide variety of ethnic foregrounds and backgrounds, because it is demonstrably (among others, Landeskulturbericht NRW 2017, Kulturelle Teilhabe in Berlin 2019) by far the most popular cultural sector and is evaluated as a guarantor of cultural participation.