a new mobile cinema project, is planting roots in a few african countries, with the goal being to, essentially, bring the theatrical experience to areas in which theatrical exhibition doesn’t exist for any number of reasons – mostly economic.
When China Met Africa provides a rare grass-roots view into one of the most important economic challenges of of our age, the fight for resources.
Balaji Telefilms, on of India’s biggest TV & Film production houses has announced that it is refocusing the mission of it’s portal Hoonur.com , which was a website where actors could upload their portfolios to get a chance of landing them a job with the various projects run by Balaji Telefilms.
Setting up in rural communities around Kenya, the touring movie house shows entertaining action movies, alongside education pieces about the benefits of using solar compared to kerosene for lighting.
Kibera News Network is working on reporting breaking news from one of Africa’s biggest slums. We talked to Project Director Erica Hagen, and a volunteer George Waweru about what they are doing. George says the five-month old project…