Film Aid International

Today, over 50 million refugees and displaced persons have been forced to flee their homes. FilmAid International uses the power of film and media to bring life-saving information, psychological relief and much-needed hope to refugees and other communities in need around the globe.
FilmAid need your help and friends of Mobile Kino are organizing a fund-raiser. Follow the link to their website and see the inspiring work they do and donate some funds to make a difference.


Mobile Kino presents: Under The Skin – Tues Oct.14th
Dir. Jonathan Glazer with Scarlett Johansson, OV

The eagerly anticipated, critically acclaimed, third feature film from British director Jonathan Glazer has finally reached Berlin. Mobile Kino is proud to bring UNDER THE SKIN to the big screen of Platoon Kunsthalle.

Jonathan Glazer is a widely respected filmmaker with a number of feature films, music videos and short films under his belt. His debut feature film SEXY BEAST reached cult status and his music videos for Radiohead’s Karma Police and Jamiroquai’s Virtual Insanity will always be classics.

Join Mobile Kino on Tuesday for the latest feature film from Jonathan Glazer.

Event Info:
FB Event:
Date: Tuesday14th of October
Venue: PLATOON KUNSTHALLE Berlin – Schönhauser Allee 9
Tickets: 6 Euro
Film Starts: 20:30

Feminized presents: FRESH BEAVERS

Feminized presents: FRESH BEAVERS
Together with Feminized and Missy Magazine we are happy to present the documentary Camp Beaverton: Meet the Beavers: The Movie and we are honored to have filmmaker Ana Grillo and with us for a Q&A. Included in the program we have the short film Fresh Fruit by Berlin-based artist Diane Busuttil.

FB Event:
Date: September 2, 2014
Venue: Urban Spree
Tickets: €5
Film: 21:30
Language: English

30 years of interfilm

MOBILE KINO presents: 30 Years of Shortfilm at Short Film Festival interfilm Berlin

19 August 2014 | Urban Spree Berlin | 8 pm

To celebrate the 30th anniversary edition of the
International Short Film Festival interfilm Berlin we’ll be showing a scintillating selection of far-out, phenomenal and award-winning films
from the festival teasure trove.


For over 20 years Megan Spencer has been a professional film critic, documentary filmmaker, arts writer and broadcaster, well-known to audiences in her home country Australia.

From 1998 – 2008 Megan worked for the national triple j radio network for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) as resident film critic, where she reviewed thousands of films from all over the world and interviewed hundreds of actors and filmmakers; from 2004-2006 she worked as a host and critic of SBS Television’s ‘The Movie Show’ – where she also covered the 2004 Berlinale – and in 2007 she was a judge on Fox TV’s Project Greenlight Australia.

She has also judged countless film festivals, worked as artistic director for film festivals and taught film around Australia.

Megan now works as a freelance writer, photographer and social media consultant, and presents her own Breakfast program for ABC Local Radio in regional Victoria.

She counts Werner Herzog among her favorite filmmakers and ‘Mad Dog Morgan’ as one of her favorite Australian films from the 1970s.

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