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UMM Educates Communities Through Mobile Cinemas

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Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang


SURABAYAPAGI.com, Malang - The University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) seeks to increase its participation to educate people in the country, especially East Java, with the Mobile Cinema (Bioling) program aka the step-on screen. UMM Secretary of Public Relations and Protocol, Mohammad Isnaini in Malang, Tuesday (15/1), said Bioling was a grant from the Ministry of Education and Culture (Kemendikbud).
Bioling will be going around all corners of East Java and a number of regions in Indonesia to present educational shows and guidance.
"Not everyone has the opportunity to go to the movies. Therefore, UMM tries to play a role in educating and serving people who do not have the opportunity to go to the cinema to know Indonesian films," he said.
In the future, Isnaini said, such as the Thursday Reading Car range (KaCa) which had been launched and operated in advance, Bioling would target special places to better touch the wider community, such as prisons, nursing homes and places other special
Through KaCa Cars, Bioling Cars, and other interesting concepts, UMM wants to provide the widest possible benefit to the public. Some of these actions are the real work of UMM dedication to the community.
Providing education with entertainment concepts to disadvantaged people is very necessary and UMM wants to continue to take a role in educating the public without exclusive exclusion.
Furthermore, Isnaini said the screening of the film through Bioling or the movie screen also aimed to provide information about culture related to local culture. The community is invited to get to know various films that have educational and cultural values ?? through a step-on screen.
Screening of the first film through Bioling was conducted at Pakisaji Orphanage, Malang Regency on Sunday (13/1). Drizzle did not dampen the enthusiasm of Pakisaji residents to attend the event as well as the launch of the UMM Bioling Car. Residents around crowded the courtyard of the orphanage.
The management of the Orphanage Pakisaji Rozy said he was happy with the presence of the Bioling Car to the orphanage he was caring for. "It was the first time there was a step-on screen that wanted to come all the way from Malang to mengudekasi orphanage children about the film," he said.
Rozy also expressed his gratitude to UMM. "Children who want to go to the cinema are far and expensive. Therefore, when there is a cinema around UMM going to the institution, I immediately agree," Rozy said.
In addition to providing and playing the latest films, Bioling also provides films by UMM students themselves. Bioling complements the existence of the KaCa Car which also goes around to educate the public about literacy, both within the school and other communities. rk

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