It is believed that the age of books is over. This is partly true. The Internet readily provides almost any information you can imagine. You don’t need a dictionary to translate a single word, and there’s no more need to keep a collection of encyclopedias at home. But imaginative literature still stands apart. Entertaining websites, social networks, TV and cinema gave a good thrashing to literature, but the fight is not over yet. Premium book editions with coated paper, beautiful covers, color illustrations, and decorative fonts don’t have any real competition in the digital world.
Cine-books are the perfect combination of both book-reading charm and the entertainment of modern blockbusters. There is no symbol of success today more iconic than the stars that line the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Every cultural figure dreams of getting his own star. The stars on Hollywood Boulevard can be obtained for great achievements in motion pictures, television, audio recording, radio and live performance, but not for literature. Our goal is to bring back the popularity of books with the help of modern technologies. To become a part of CINE-BOOKS Supreme Collection a book must meet the highest standards. Every story is first picked from a list of world’s best known novels to become something even more than a book. The five-pointed star and the book made of marble and brass is a guarantee of an exciting adventure and great entertainment.
We are excited to announce that the public beta release of the CINE-BOOKS Apps is now available for iPads and Android tablets. You will be amongst the first book lovers to try a new kind of storytelling entertainment for the whole family!
Today we present you an exclusive story especially for our subscribers about making of our very first cine-book “The Gift of the Magi” by O. Henry.
How long has it been since you felt shivers running up and down your spine?
Prepare to dive into that frightening and excited feeling as CINE-BOOKS releases its own version of one of the most famous short stories by Edgar Allan Poe.
Even our text-and-photo teaser can make you tremble like a leaf! Ready? Take a look…
Hi, avid readers!
CINE-BOOKS is proudly making its debut on the market! We already have 4 cine-books fully available to you and 8 more to come. Whether you are a demanding bookworm or a diligent writer (or both!), we could surely find a way to each other! Or maybe you don’t consider yourself as a passionate reader and you just want to have some fun? That’s perfectly fine, as a cine-book might just be the right thing for you! So, why should you consider the cine-books experience? Here are 3 reasonable arguments...
We’re heading to the Frankfurt Book Fair!
As you probably know, this is the most important international trade fair for content! Each year, the fair is visited by around 300,000 participants from more than 120 countries...
Do you know what happens backstage while shooting a horror film?
Take a look at our exclusive text-and-photo report about the making of “The Tell-Tale Heart.”
Months of preparation, weeks of shooting, sleepless nights of editing. Making a horror adaptation isn’t a laughing matter! However, we persisted and actually had some fun when encountering challenges and some mysterious things…
We invite you, your friends, and your loved ones to watch some great stories in our unique format at absolutely no cost!
As you know, CINE-BOOKS aim is to restore reading to its full glory. That’s why we created our unique format, in the first place. Now it’s time to make it even better with your support!
For now, we are offering you the following 3 cine-books:
You can watch any of them or all three!
by the CINE-BOOKS blogger
My wife and I are always arguing about how to entertain our child. I claim there’s nothing better than a good movie. What’s more satisfying than watching “King Arthur” or the new “Alien” movie with a tub of popcorn, anyway? At the same time, while reading so many books, I would nearly fall asleep. My wife argues back there’s nothing good in movies. They slow your brain down, make your language and cognition processes poorer.
This brought me to the pros and cons of books and movies. I’ve searched for some opinions on the web, so here are the points that I consider important.