Cinemovel Foundation

Playing at the cinema

With girls and boys of the La Scatola Magica we have started many stories we want to tell you…

Estate Liberi: 2 summer camps on cinema

The surprise of cinema e Action turns.
Discover chow to participate to the firsts two thematic camps on cinema and audiovisual tools. We are waiting for you in Polistena and Palermo.

Palermo calls Italy!

Liquid Mafia of the artist Vito Baroncini, the only show in Italy on overhead dedicated to the fight against the Mafia and produced by Cinemovel Foundation, was invited by the Fondazione Giovanni e Francesca Falcone

La Scatola Magica at CUBO
Summer 2016

Back to the CUBO La Scatola Magica with new laboratories of illustration, puppet making, animation, script and direction, dedicated to boys and girls aged 12 to 16 years.

Restart the caravan against mafias

It opens with a tribute to Ettore Scola , honorary president of Cinemovel Foundation , the 2016 edition of Free Cinema in Free Land . First stop on July 3 in Trevico, the birthplace of the Master. Enter to find out everything about the Festival

Screens in Class – Paths of Legality @Rimini

Screens in Class – Paths Legality is a project of the Cinemovel Foundation born in 2011 to support the traditional teaching and promote a culture of legality building, with the contribution of the potential provided by the web, tools and virtual places where to grow and mature a critical collective.

Don Luigi Ciotti: the theft of the words

Lawlessness is strong in our country, but it is heralded by all the word legality of course many speak about this but they chosed the legality malleable and sustainable.”

Caravans of travelling cinema

Together with to the honorary president Ettore Scola and the expert consultant Pierluigi Sacco, Cinemovel Foundation has created an itinerant platform of social communication which uses the language of audio-visuals and of the web.

The Magic Box
Playing Cinema

A series of recreational and educational workshops aimed at telling stories, for children and young people aged six to sixteen; the workshops reflect the values of the Charter of children’s rights to art and culture.