Celebrating 28 Years of Promoting European Cinema
CineEurope (formerly Cinema Expo International) is the longest running European trade show and convention for the cinema industry. Organised by Prometheus Global Media Film Group Expo and jointly since 2015 with the International Union of Cinemas (UNIC), CineEurope combines the official annual convention of the latter trade association representing cinema exhibitors and their national associations, across 37 European territories whose focus is to better promote the social, cultural and economic value of cinemas in Europe and internationally.
The 28th Edition of CineEurope promises to bring another year with the very best in exclusive studio screenings and product presentations, cinematic technologies and innovations and educational seminars to keep your business on top of industry trends.
On this occasion one can Network with a pool of over 3,500 industry peers from distribution and exhibition to technology and concessions and discover new methods of driving attendance and increasing their ROI for 2019.
Top Countries in Attendance:
• BELGIUM • FRANCE • GERMANY • ITALY • RUSSIA • SPAIN • UNITED KINGDOM • USA.
Whether it be the studios, exhibition, or distribution, CineEurope brings all of the industry partners together on one stage. That makes CineEurope absolutely unique.
It will be held at CCIB. Opened in 2004 for the Universal Forum of Cultures event, the Barcelona International Convention Centre (CCIB) has since become a leading European location for event organisation.
Enjoying a privileged location in modern, cosmopolitan Barcelona, the CCIB can be found within the city’s new business and technology district, known as 22@.
The CCIB is made up of two architecturally stunning buildings that are linked together by an underground walkway. With a total floor area of around 100,000 sqm and a maximum capacity of 15,000 representatives, both buildings stand out in terms of their size and the great versatility that their spaces can offer.
Within the building lies the Forum Auditorium, a space that, thanks to its 3,082 seats, is able to host congresses, conventions and even act as a concert hall.