Cinema has evolved a lot since the first recorded screenings in 1895, in fact it is evolving tremendously every year. Cinemas today are creating unbelievable experiences but, some believe cinema is dying out with the growth of online subscription service platforms like StarzPlay and Netflix which are set to increase their subscribers total in MENA region by 50% by 2020, according to global research firm HIS Markit. Industry experts take the stage to discuss key points and share their insights into the future of cinema as well as how cinema can survive the next decade and beyond.
How will cinemas attract & retain customers?
Is content really king or is it all about customer experience?
Latest technology & innovation
Can traditional cinemas join forces with video-on-demand platforms like StarzPlay and Netflix?
Bahrain has invested more than $13 billion in tourism projects as part of an infrastructure development scheme, according to data from the Economic Development Board. This includes the world’s largest underwater theme park which will redefine underwater entertainment industry. The park will feature a sunken Boeing 747 (the largest aircraft to ever be submerged) as its headliner attraction. 2019 also saw the biggest Latin American cinema chain, Cinépolis open a 13-screen cinema, including Bahrain’s first-ever junior theatre and 4D E-motion viewing experience. Experts share the stage to provide updates on the latest developments and future opportunities.
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