Cinemas in Kenya
Cinema in Kenya refers to the film industry of Kenya. Since 2000 feature films on DV technology production have increased in the country. They include Dangerous Affair, Project Daddy, Money & the Cross by Njeri Karago, Babu’s Babies by Christine Bala, Naliaka is Going by Albert Wandago, The Price of a Daughter, Behind Closed Doors by Jane Murago-Munene and many more.
Types of Cinema Theatre
This type of theatre shows first run films, which are the latest films released. They have stadium-style seating so that everyone can see the screen easily.
Most IMAX films are documentaries, which take viewers on journeys to places beyond the reach of most people, such as outer space and the deep sea.
Cinemas in Kenya – Cinemas Growing Demand
The Cinemas in Kenya have evolved such that growing middle class enjoy new multiplexes and on-demand viewing at home (though slow internet connections remain a barrier), many audiences must still rely on improvisation, innovation and ingenuity to beat poverty and power cuts.
Cinemas in Kenya – 7D Cinemas
Kenyan kids can enjoy a breathtaking live Cinema in Kenya experience at the 7D cinema movie theatres, the first of its kind in East Africa. Some of the 7D cinema experience movie goers get to enjoy include special effects such as water, blowing wind, fragrance among many others. 7D theatres use interactive seats that move about and special effects that are built into the theater itself to create a live cinema experience.