News - december 19, 2013

Droit pour Tous evaluated

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.

An international consultant will look at the overall logic and pertinence of the program, the efficiency of costs versus benefits, the effectiveness in terms of meeting the objectives of the program, and signs of impact regarding improved practices on behalf of beneficiaries.

Second, a local consultant will analyze all of the pre- and post-screening questionnaires that have been filled out during the public screenings organized by SFCG and the small-scale screenings conducted by 18 partner organizations. This will result in a detailed quantitative overview of changes in knowledge and perception.

Third, together with SFCG staff, this consultant will also conduct a survey among community-level beneficiaries and legal practitioners. Two version of the survey are developed: one on changes in knowledge, one on behavior. This will add qualitative information to the pre- and post-test results and covers results that occur in the mid-long run (some time after having participated in the screenings).

We will soon publish a summary of the evaluation results.

News - september 25, 2012

Training of moderators and last mini kits arrived in Congo

New shipment of mobile cinema kits and partnersNext to the 8 mobile cinema kits already distributed to the first batch of local partners in August, FULL STORY

News - juli 13, 2012

Droit pour Tous campaign in final preparation stage

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

News - december 6, 2011

Mobile Cinema for Congo’s army up and running

Since August 2011, 6 short films developed by the Mobile Cinema Foundation are being shown to soldiers from Congo’s army. FULL STORY

News - september 12, 2011

New record: 10.000 Congolese attend the Mobile Cinema

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.

News - maart 26, 2011

Open Air Cinema big succes!

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

News - maart 19, 2011

Politicians open ‘The Mobile Cinema’

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

News - maart 17, 2011

Official launch Mobile Cinema Foundation

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