Bioling Roadshow at the 2019 Children's Film Festival

Author : Humas | Wednesday, March 06, 2019 13:38 WIB
Take a photo together after the film screening. (Photo: Special)

The Communication Science Department at the University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) held a Children's Film Festival (PFA) at the volleyball court at Permata Regency Housing, Karangploso, Malang (6/3).

The program presented 12 children's films by Malang children. The screening of this film used a mobile cinema (bioling) to show the film. This event succeeded to suck the enthusiasm of 300 spectators.

Andi as Public Relations RW 12 said that this event was very extraordinary. "Because the previous never been there an event like this, we see that this is very useful in black environments," Andi said.

In addition, the screening of the film had become a venue for entertainment and education for children so that not only soap operas are shown on television. Andi's hope that children get a portion of the film that suits their age.

Likewise,with Anang Fachrudin Rahman (23) as the Karang Taruna representative who helped enliven this event, he said that the visitors' enthusiasm to come was great despite the uncertain weather.

"The success of this event can be seen from the number of visitors who come. In addition, the socialization of the film that educates this can reach the children with the screening of this film," Anang said.

The films screened included Slirit, Kim Soo Ri, Darah Biru Arema, Asa Angkasa, Superheru, and so on. The audience was also entertained by the distribution of door prizes during the film screening.

"As we know, the interest in children's films in Indonesia is very low. In addition, with the PFA this hopefully can motivate them and the content can be used as a reference for daily positive activities.

"The future hope is that Indonesian children not only play a role as spectators but also produce works," concluded Novin Farid Styo Wibowo as The  Head of UMM Communication Science Laboratory. (Win)



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