Franz Kober

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Franz Josef Kober (born April 15, 1956 in Mamming) is a German engineer.

After he studied engineering at the Munich University of Applied Sciences, he began to work in the cinema industry. Until 1992 Kober was as procuratior of Kinoton actively. In 1995 he became a managing director and owner of Ernemann and founded, together with Reinhold Hampf, the company Cine Project.[1] He is considered a pioneer of the cinema industry for his work in some countries to make the cinema publicly accessible.[2]


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