|The atmosphere of the event of step screen outdoor. (Photo: Rino / PR)|
Cinema Cars (Bioling) at the University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) returned to operate on Wednesday (6/2). The minibus with a portable step-screen concept from the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia (Kemdikbud RI) visited Brongkal Village, Pagelaran District, Malang Regency.
This moment, Bioling collaborated with the Community Service Program (KKN) Group 13 UMM held a watch together with the film "12 Minutes", an Indonesian drama film adapted from the 12-minute novel written by Oka Aurora. The event was crowded with people around the village of Brongkal, village officials and invited guests.
"Film is one of the most effective ways to communicate because a message is packaged by speaking in a cinematic art style. This thing who initiated us to hold a watch together at the Brongkal Village Hall". Explained Mohammad Danial Firman as village coordinator of KKN Group 13.
The enthusiasm of the people of Brongkal Village was quite good, sitting together in front of the village hall while enjoying a glass of coffee, tea and polo. Inevitably, this film was enjoyed from the beginning to the ending. The street vendors also crowded along the pavement of the Brongkal Village hall.
Brongkal Village Community, continued Danial, was not only entertained but also educated. "The '12 Minute' film is deliberately chosen because it is full of messages of motivation, solidarity, struggle, not easy to give up, and an attitude of responsibility," he said. Not only for children, but this film was also presented to parents.
Education must continue to be carried out by young people, such as the students at a university, continued Danial, by going directly to the community. "Therefore the Community Service Program is a good way to truly realize the actual function of students. That is to be a pioneer of nation-building, "he concluded.
Biolingcoordinator Rino Anugrawan explained, besides the unique service concept through Mobil Kamis Membaca (KaCa), starting at the beginning of 2019 UMM increasingly spread its benefits to the community. "Next to the correctional institutions, nursing homes, and other special places," he said. (Win)