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Kino International is a film and video distributor, founded by Bill Pence in 1977. Donald Krim bought Kino just months after its founding and served as president of the company until his death from cancer in 2011. Kino, based in New York City, specializes in art house films, such as low-budget current films, classic films from earlier periods in the history of cinema, and world cinema. Similar in many respects to The Criterion Collection, the home video releases by Kino are usually restored versions with substantial supplementary material. In 2009, Kino International merged with Lorber HT Digital to form Kino Lorber.

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  • Kino International atau lebih dikenal dengan nama Kino Video distributor film dan video yang didirikan oleh Bill Pence pada tahun 1977. membeli Kino hanya beberapa bulan setelah didirikan dan bertindak selaku presiden direktur perusahaan, sampai kematiannya karena penyakit kanker pada tahun 2011. Kino, yang berkantor pusat di New York City, mengkhususkan diri pada film rumah seni, seperti halnya film-film berbiaya rendah, dari periode awal sejarah film, dan perfilman dunia. sejalan dengan penghargaan kepada The Criterion Collection, home video yang dirilis oleh Kino biasanya merupakan versi yang dipulihkan dengan bahan tambahan yang substansial.
  • Kino International is a film and video distributor, founded by Bill Pence in 1977. Donald Krim bought Kino just months after its founding and served as president of the company until his death from cancer in 2011. Kino, based in New York City, specializes in art house films, such as low-budget current films, classic films from earlier periods in the history of cinema, and world cinema. Similar in many respects to The Criterion Collection, the home video releases by Kino are usually restored versions with substantial supplementary material. In 2009, Kino International merged with Lorber HT Digital to form Kino Lorber.
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