Kiné-Imágenes is a Chilean production and post production company founded in 2008 by Daniel Dávila (designer, post-producer) and Enrique Stindt (photographer). The firm has worked in the visual development of both national and international motion pictures. Their experience ranges from the rental of Digital Cinema equipment, to media management, visual effects, post-production and color correction, mastering and printing 35mm, and digital DCP laboratory. In addition, Kiné-Imágines has assisted in diverse projects with co-production and technical consultancies. Currently Kiné-Images relies on a stellar human team and professional equipment including Red Dragon camera and Color Correction room with a DCI-P3 projection.
In 2015 the Sala K project begins, an alternative cinema showroom, which is then hosted by the Kiné Images Cultural Foundation.