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Kino
“A nice (old Philips) building is today a great place to check out art-house movies”
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Kino
“Perhaps you just want to wind down and see a good movie for the night, you can do that here! ”
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Kino
“A nice place to see a movie, because it is small and you have a lot of space”
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Kino
“This is a lovely nice and cheap place to eat, drink, hang, work and its also a little theatre :)”
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Kino
“Een fijne, luxe, nieuwe bioscoop waar je tijdens de voorstelling lekkers kan bestellen, wat ze aan je stoel komen brengen!”
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Multiplex
“Vue is part of Vue International, the largest cinema group outside the United States and one of the major players in the market in terms of big screen entertainment. Vue has 21 cinemas in the Netherlands in 20 cities. Vue is located in Alkmaar, Alphen aan den Rijn, Amersfoort, Apeldoorn, Arnhem, Den Bosch, Deventer, Doetinchem, Eindhoven, Gorinchem, Heerhugowaard, Hilversum, Hoogeveen, Hoogezand, horn, Kerkrade Nijmegen, Purmerend, Steenwijk and Vlaardingen. Mission statement The mission of Vue to make the best choice in content combined with the best technology in the best environment. Growth and innovation ensure continuous development and improvement of big screen entertainment experience. At Vue is the best movie experience center. In a warm environment everyone is offered a unique experience; a welcoming reception for the best in image, sound and the most comfortable seating. Vue International Since its inception in 2003 in the UK Vue has established itself as an international operator and developer of modern and innovative cinema. From 2012, Vue International acquired several European cinema chains, including Apollo Cinemas, CinemaxX, Multikino and Space Cinemas Cinemas JT and the Dutch in 2015, who was the oldest theater company in the Netherlands. Spread over 10 countries, 209 Vue cinemas, 1859 screens and 8,500 employees, making it the largest cinema chain in Europe. 1932 Established In 1932 Jogchem Theatres (JT Cinemas) founded by Jan Jogchem. The first theater was not a typical movie theater just one more variëteit.De setting Jogchem is simple but powerful: a traditional company with a contemporary service and a view to the future. 1954 Opening JT Nijmegen Carolus Carolus opened on August 26 1954 and was part of Tuschinski Theatres before JT got the cinema in its possession. The cinema was designed by Ir. Henry van Vreeswijk which among others also designed the Rembrandt Theater in Utrecht and The Hague Cineac theater. The first film that has turned there was Roman Holiday with Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck. Carolus was then revolutionary Vari-Form system in the house, where there was a variable image frame in the hall. 1964 Construction Grand Theatre Jan Jogchem has begun construction of the Grand Theatre, a cultural center for the city and surrounding area of ​​Amersfoort. In 1978 the complex was completely renovated and shut the doors for a short time in 1986, to reopen three years later, bigger and more beautiful. 1975 Opening Den Bosch In 1975 started the construction of JT Den Bosch. The cinema opened in the same year. 1978 Opening Eindhoven In the city of light Eindhoven A new JT Cinema. This cinema is taken later. 1978 Opening JT Nijmegen Calypso Calypso cinema opened on July 5, 1978, with the premiere of the American film "Coma." The theater then served as a move-over-theater cinema Luxor (then located at Square 1944). Calypso was part of Cinema Enterprises BV of Amsterdam, a chain of 40 cinemas then had in its possession. In the 70s and 80s it became a trend to build small rooms, so that the public had a choice of several films. Calypso is a good example. 1980 Opening JT Arnhem JT Cinemas expands with a new location in Arnhem. 1989 Opening JT Amersfoort On Wednesday, December 13th opened the doors of JT Amersfoort. The cinema was previously through life as Grand Theatre, the name which is still used in the vernacular. JT Amersfoort has grown with seven rooms, has a completely renewed façade and a total of 1220 cinema seats. 2005 Opening JT Hoogezand In the far north of JT opens a new cinema JT Hoogezand. With the premiere of De Schippers van de Kameleon 2 was the cinema opened literally smashing way: protagonists Hielke and Sietse Klinkhamer came in the famous boat from the film to the property to launch. 2006 Closure JT Dordrecht Because of insufficient growth opportunities closing in September 2006 after many years of service JT Dordrecht. 2007 Acquisition Tivoli Apeldoorn In 2007 cinema Tivoli Apeldoorn acquired by JT Cinemas. The cinema has been thoroughly overhauled and opened a few years later the doors to the completely renovated complex. 2008 Introduction D-BOX In 2008, JT Cinemas gets first D-BOX seats. D-BOX-chairs are special chairs that move in a motion code which is placed in the film. The chairs can not only vibrate, but also tilt from side to side and from front to move back, and up and down. This allows the viewer to simulate many movements and also experiencing g-forces. The intensity is adjustable per seat. Currently, there are several cinemas of JT were performed using the D-BOX-chairs. 2011 Opening JT Apeldoorn JT Apeldoorn officially opens its doors in December 2011. 2011 Start digitization From 2011 JT Cinemas started the digitization project. All projectors are replaced for the 35-mm tapes by digital projectors 2011 Acquisition Luxor Theatres In September 2011 merged JT Luxor Cinemas Theatres. The number of cinemas grew from ”
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