The power of film to influence change we collectively seek in our societies. This is what the Mobile Cinema Foundation is all about.
The Mobile Cinema Foundation educates communities in different parts of the world about social issues that are relevant to their lives. This is done by setting up projects that show tailor-made educational films and documentaries through travelling ‘Mobile Cinema’s’. The Mobile Cinema Foundation assists and collaborates with filmmakers and civil society organisations in setting up Mobile Cinema projects all around the world.
The Droit pour Tous campaign will officially end by November. This is related to the end of the contract term with the donor the Dutch Postcode Lottery. We are currently looking into possibilities for additional funding to continue using the films. The campaign project is in comings weeks being evaluated, which is an exercise taking place on three levels. FULL STORY
New shipment of mobile cinema kits and partners. Next to the 8 mobile cinema kits already distributed to the first batch of local partners in August, FULL STORY
After a full year of intensive preparations, the ‘Droit pour Tous’ (rights for all) campaign will enter its one-month pilot phase in August. FULL STORY
Since August 2011, 6 short films developed by the Mobile Cinema Foundation are being shown to soldiers from Congo’s army. FULL STORY
Around 10.000 people gathered to watch a screening of ‘Fighting the Silence’ in Mulo village on the 21st of August 2011 in North Kivu, DRC.
A large number of people had gathered for the open air cinema where ‘The Mobile Cinema’ documentary premièred. The event also marked the launch of the Mobile Cinema Foundation. FULL STORY
Secretary of State Mr Ben Knapen (Foreign Affairs) opens the premiere of ‘The Mobile Cinema’ on the 25th of March at het Spuiplein in The Hague. FULL STORY
The Mobile Cinema Foundation will be launched on 25 March at 20:30 during Amnesty International’s Movies that Matter Film Festival in The Hague. FULL STORY