Late Shift is the first feature-length interactive movie in the world to receive a wide theatrical release. The film attracted big audiences when it was screened this summer in nine cities in Taiwan. In the first weekend after its release there, 99 per cent of seats in cinemas showing the film were filled.

The company behind the movie, Kino, set up in 2017 when crime thriller Late Shift was first screened at the Cannes Film Festival in France, is headquartered in Los Angeles and Beijing. Ronan…



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