Nordisk Film Cinemas
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|Written by: Lars Møller, Nordisk Film||Date: 23.02.2008|
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Nordisk Film employs 1,200 people in six countries as the largest producer and distributor of electronic entertainment in the Nordic region. Nordisk Film incorporates all parts of the value chain in the electronic entertainment world: development, production, marketing and distribution.
Facts about Nordisk Film
• Founded in 1906
• 1200 employees
• Operates in the Nordic countries
• Managing Director: Michael Ritto
• Revenue 2006: EUR 352 million
• Operating profit 2006: EUR 4 million
Our chain of cinemas is highly profiled, strategically located to cover all major cities in Denmark, and has state-of-the-art equipment throughout.
Nordisk Film Cinemas consist of sixteen modern cinemas in Denmark - and one in Norway - with a total of 116 screens and more than 17.470 seats. Approximately every second cinema ticket in Denmark is sold by Nordisk Film Cinemas. Our flagship, Imperial, is located in Copenhagen, and with its 1.102 seats, gigantic screen and exceptional equipment and certifications, it is the largest and best-equipped cinema in Scandinavia. Digital film projection has been introduced in Imperial and Palads in Copenhagen as well as in BioCity in Aarhus.
Nordisk Film Cinemas offer unique online services for our different target groups - www.biobooking.dk is our sales, booking and information site and www.biozonen.dk is a loyalty concept, where consumers can enrol as members and receive customized information, participate in competitions, receive special offers, film recommendations, and enjoy many other benefits.
For the B2B market we have www.biobusiness.dk, where companies can purchase customized gift vouchers and rent auditoriums for conferences, kick-offs and special events. Nordisk Film is part of a joint ownership of a Nordic sales house, Nordic Media Link, for cinema advertising, consisting of Dansk Reklamefilm and Screen vision Finland
Nordisk Film was founded in 1906 and is the world’s oldest film company.
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