mobiCINE Haiti is a mobile unit fully equipped for film screenings and interactive discussions anywhere at any time of the day or night. Since November 2013, it has hosted more than 500 screenings in Haiti, reaching over 55,000 spectator of all ages. Its audience is primarily children, students, and adults from across the country: schools, particularly at libraries, cultural associations, museums, churches, and orphanages. mobiCINE believes that cinema, video, and mass media have the power to unite, emancipate, and guide us towards development. Its main objective is to bring the audience’s consciousness to the next level with its audio-visual productions, presentations, and diffusion.

A 2019 grant from the Cultures of Resistance Network supported mobiCINE’s work.