Cinema group Kinepolis is launching a new program CINE K, for “films with a golden edge”. With this Kinepolis wants to put films in the spotlight that would otherwise find it more difficult to find their way to the general public. From Wednesday you can watch the Cannes-winning drama in Kinepolis Antwerp Tori et Lokita see. That is the first film with a golden edge in the Belgian Kinepolis.
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Kinepolis is more than blockbusters. CINE K must de fine flower of contemporary cinema to Kinepolis visitors. This includes films that win prizes at film festivals or that receive good critical acclaim or are liked by lovers of cinematographic works of art. “With CINE K, we hope to encourage a wide audience to discover those films as well,” says Eddy Duquenne, CEO of Kinepolis Group.
The programming was introduced in the French Kinepolis cinemas in 2014 and is now also coming to Belgium. CINE K’s films change monthly and will be shown in one or two screens of the participating Belgian cinema complexes, recognizable by their yellow and black walls. The seats, screens and ticket prices remain the same.
CINE K kicks off on Tuesday evening at 8.15 pm in the Kinepolis complex in Ghent with a preview of Tori et Lokita by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. The Dardenne brothers and the actors Tijmen Govaerts and Charlotte De Bruyne will make an acte de presence. The Kinepolis cinemas in Antwerp, Brain-l’Alleud, Bruges, Brussels, Hasselt, Kortrijk and Leuven will follow on Wednesday.
Until October 4 make next to Tori et Lokitaalso Decision to Leave from Cannes award-winning director Park Chan-Wook, the See How They Run by Tom George, the Palme d’Or winner Triangle of Sadness by Ruben Östlund and the Belgian nature documentary Our Nature part of the programme.