Very inspiring initiative from my favourite English city:

In 2010, the Cube Cinema created a mobile cinema for children affected by the Haiti earthquakes - The (HAITI) KIDS KINO PROJECT.
Less than a month after the earthquake volunteers from the Cube travelled to Port Au Prince to project films on buildings and tents. They gave cameras to children to explore their own lives, projecting them back on the big screen to one another and back in the UK.
Sharing the experience of making and watching films, while offering temporary childcare, HKKP became a much needed respite for the children and their parents, a micro-humanitarian, goodwill project providing an opening for escape, community, emotion and social occasion.
Now the KIDS KINO PROJECT will be heading to Nepal.

Marko setting up in Haiti
The NEPAL KIDS KINO PROJECT (NKKP) intends to visit after monsoon, screening to children in rural areas who have been effected by the earthquakes. The ethos is the same - to project to children in camps offering distraction, stories, light and community through cinema.
We are currently gathering advice from the ground, fundraising and readying our cinema programme and travellers.
Patrick McCormick, emergencies communication officer for the UN, says: "The worst thing for children in natural disasters isn't just the damage that they see around them, but also when they sit around with nothing to do. It ramps up anxiety and despair, and that's what does even more damage."
HKKP was funded through children's workshops in the UK, gigs, cakes and T-shirts designed by artists, and we hope to do the same, and more, for our project in Nepal.

We're kicking things off with a launch event at the Cube on Friday 28 August

Come along to find out about how you can get involved in supporting the project, hear about our plans for Nepal, see films shot in Haiti on the previous trips, sample a little of the Nepal Kids Kino film programme and get a little taste of Nepal. Entry is free but you will have opportunity to donate to the project on the night.



You can donate in the following ways:
  • Cheques can be made out to: ''Cube Cinema Ltd'' (with NKKP written on the back please) and sent to:
    Nepal Kids Kino Project
    c/o The Cube Cinema
    4 Princess Row
    Bristol BS2 8NQ

  • By bank transfer to the Cube Cinema's dedicated Nepal Kids Kino account.
    ACCOUNT NUMBER: 20201907
    SORT CODE: 16-58-10
    Reference: Nepal Kids Kino Project
We welcome contributions from overseas donors, please note though that our bank will not accept foreign currency cheques for under $100 USD


Host a fundraiser: online, at your school, at the WI, in your home, at your office, in a club?
KKP is particularly interested in working with groups that expand cultural and artistic activity, bring awareness to cultures outside the UK, and work with children. That's cinemas, schools, art groups, etc. We'd love to hear from you, so please mail us at the address below.
To find out how you can help, please contact NKKP by emailing nkkp@cubecinema.com
For news on events visit the KKP blog.


Nepal Kids Kino Project presents:

Josie Long and friends at The Lantern 

Thursday 3 September 2015, 7.30pm // BUY TICKETS

Writer, comedian and creative whirlwind JOSIE LONG will be joined by special guests for this special fundraiser in support of the The Nepal Kids Kino Project.
Performing alongside Josie at Colston Hall will be special guests from the world of comedy including MARK OLVER and GAVIN OSBORN. There will also be an opportunity to get to know the project as we present footage gathered from the 2010 Haiti Kids Kino Project and a short sample of the children's film programme.


Picture for event  

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