Kinepolis has extended the traditional cinema experience to a broader world of film and entertainment, and offers its audience maximum flexibility in the choice of when, where, and how to enjoy its program. Kinepolis wants to give visitors 'the ultimate movie experience' and, to that end, combines a state-of-the-art cinema infrastructure with a tailor-made offering for various target groups.
Kinepolis Group was formed in 1997 as a result of the merger of two family-run cinema groups and was first listed on the stock exchange in 1998.
Kinepolis wants to offer the 'ultimate movie experience' to its film and culture lovers. To this end, Kinepolis has developed an innovative cinema concept which serves as a pioneering model within the industry. In addition to its cinema business, the Group is also active in film distribution, event organization, screen advertising and property management.
In Europe, Kinepolis has 51 complexes throughout Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Spain, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Poland.
Following the acquisition of the Canadian movie theatre group 'Landmark Cinemas' in December 2017, Kinepolis Group now operates 45 cinemas in Canada.
In total, Kinepolis Group currently operates 96 cinemas worldwide (44 of which it owns) with a total of 843 screens and more than 180,000 seats. Including the Canadian organization, Kinepolis employs 3,750 people, all committed to giving millions of visitors an unforgettable movie experience.
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