Qube Cinema (www.qubecinema.com
) is a pioneer in crafting end-to-end digital cinema technology and solutions. Drawing on decades of experience in the cinema business, Qube provides a seamless digital environment across the industry right from filmmakers and post-production companies to exhibitors with DCI compliant products to moviegoers.
Qube's products are used in every step of the filmmaking and exhibition process. Qube Cinema’s portfolio of products are powerful, flexible, reliable, and cost-effective, and include Qube Wire, a service for global content distribution; Qube XP, fourth generation DCI compliant digital cinema servers; QubeMaster, a family of digital cinema mastering software solutions; iCount, a camera-based occupancy measurement solution; Slydes, a system that automatically creates just-in-time Digital Cinema Packages; Cheers, a web service for movie audiences that offers personalized greetings cards on the big screen; Justickets, a cloud-based SaaS ticketing solution; and Moviebuff, a website and mobile apps for accurate movie information. The Qube product line is well established globally, with thousands of installations across 50 countries.
Qube's service offerings are constantly evolving to cater to the needs of the global cinema business.
Qube has digital cinema operations in over 4,000 screens (42%) across India, masters over 1,800 movies per year across 6 locations in India and the UAE, designs and delivers the most cost-efficient Premium Large Format screens under its EPIQ brand, and operates a patented advertising network for central control of advertising with local control of movie selection as the Qube Cinema Network (QCN).
Kuwait National Cinema Company (KNCC) is the leading exhibitor in Kuwait with 20 locations throughout the country well-known with a new brand Cinescape. KNCC was incorporated on 5th October, 1954 and pioneered the Al Sharqiah Cinema, a 1,000 person venue and the first theatre to open in Kuwait. The company has developed and implemented a multi-faceted growth strategy, which includes using luxurious shopping centers as prime locations for multi-screen theatres, renovating older theatres and upgrading its use of technology. In 2002, KNCC introduced the first online ticketing service in the Middle East and it now also offers customers the ability to buy tickets with Smart Cards at the theatre via self-operated ticketing machines. KNCC's key corporate objectives include continuing to lead the Middle Eastern cinema industry and creating a cultural and educational niche for Kuwait's moviegoers and in the near future will open new locations in Gulf States.
All KNCC theaters are equipped with 2D and 3D movie projectors, becoming the first in the region to operate the IMAX digital display and the launch of the latest cinema projection system with the latest technology for cinematic effects "4DX" and Dolby Atmos.