The Beirut-based startup that launched in 2011 is promising a lineup of exclusive streaming content from November 30.
Cinemoz, a VOD platform from Beirut has launched ‘Moz Originals: The return of Arab imagination’, an original content channel dedicated to “Arab genre and entertainment”. The tech startup that launched in 2011 is promising a lineup of exclusive streaming content from November 30.
As per the company’s twitter account, the new titles include the award-winning futuristic Lebanese short film Last Days of the Man of Tomorrow. Also premiering is the comedy mini series created by Cinemoz, Arabs in Space that chronicles a unique crew of not-so-carefully picked Arab explorers who are sent into deep space to save the Middle East and what remains of its civilization.
Founded by Beirut-based Karim Safieddine and Maroun Najm, Cinemoz aims to offer viewers access to watch entertainment from the Arab World, such as films, series, documentaries and shorts. In 2017, Cinemoz launched its first original series slate, aimed at “disrupting the landscape of premium Arabic genre entertainment”.
With the aim to reach the growing arab population connected to broadband, across Egypt, the GCC, the Levant, North Africa and the Arab diaspora, Cinemoz has approached major studios and independent filmmakers to acquire titles, including Egyptian classics. The Cinemoz team also hopes to boost exposure for emerging local talent through online content discovery and recommendations.