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Ciné Fx

Ciné FX
Launched 2003
Country France
Language French
Headquarters

132, avenue du Président Wilson

93213 La Plaine Saint-Denis

Ciné FX is a French television channel, owned by AB Groupe.

The channel was originally only available via AB Sat and as an option on CanalSat, but is now available through contract on the cinema option from AB, on cable, on ADSL, and on digital television packages.

At its start, in 1996, the cinema package of the AB group comprised five channels, but none which dealt with science-fiction films. When the cinema package was reformatted on 15 September 2002, the channel created three others: Ciné Comic, Ciné Polar and Ciné Box to replace the former CINEBOX. Today, the package is named CINERAMA and comprises this channel, as well as Ciné Polar, Ciné First and Ciné Pop.

The programming comprises science fiction films from the 1950s to today, covering every sub-genre, including programming the classics, Forbidden Planet, the films of Roger Corman, the studio Troma and films such as 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Managers

President 
Jean-Michel Fava
Director of cinema channels 
Laurent Zameczkowski
Programme director 
Richard Maroko
Editor 
Pascal Goubereau

External links

Television portal
  • Official site of Ciné FX
  • Programmes on Ciné FX
  • The site of AB Groupe
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