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July 29, 2008

Did you miss going to the Drive-in? Create your own Guerrilla one

Mobmov I really love the experience of watching a movie outdoors, but the amount of Drive-in around the world decrease every year, however, Bryan Kennedy became a Film Vigilante and decided to grab his car, a projector, an inverter and a FM Transmitter to create a Guerrilla Drive-in.

Right now this idea evolve in an international network of Guerrilla Drive-in called MobMov (Mobile Movie). It is an outbreak, a good one, that’s spreading everywhere: United States, United Kingdom, South Africa, Singapore, Puerto Rico, Portugal, Philippines, New Zealand, Mexico, Latvia, Italy, Indonesia, India, Hungary, Holland, Haiti, Germany, France, Denmark, Costa Rica, Colombia, Canada, Bulgaria, Brazil, Australia and Argentina.

So if you don’t see your country, action! and if you see your area join up this fantastic idea.

Here I leave you some FAQ’s about MobMov.

What is the Mobile Movie?
We are the global guerilla drive-in movement bringing back the forgotten joy of the great American drive-in. Thanks to the wonders of modern technology, what used to be a dark and decrepit warehouse wall springs to life with the sublime sights and sounds of a big-screen movie. Best of all, the MobMov is free.

Why should I join the MobMov?
Because you like watching and supporting great independant films. Because you want to meet others in your community interested in bringing back the drive-in. Because you're tired of the long lines, long commercials, and high ticket prices at the local cineplex.

How do I participate in a MobMov?
Simple. Sign up to our mailing list. Showings are held approximately every two weeks usually on the weekend. The day before the Mob, we'll e-mail everyone with the location and the movie. If you want to join in, all you have to do is fill your car with your friends and find the spot.

What does a typical MobMov look like?
The exciting bit about the MobMov is that its almost never held in the same place twice. At the start of the show, you'll tune your radios into the station specified at the beginning of the film, and then sit back and relax.

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hi good blog interesting subject I hope to publish more on this blog while I contribute to these two links.
Cody H. Urich
3780 Todds Lane
San Antonio, TX 78 225

All of the projects look great! You make it so simple to this.Thanks!

I enjoyed reading your post and I like your take on the issue. Thanks.

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