Inspire Children to Dream through Movie Screenings

World Theater Project

Kobikikan Ginza Bldg. 7F, 2-8-9 Ginza Chuo Ward, Tokyo Prefecture, 104-0061

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Project Description

For many children in developing countries living in areas where there is no electricity, their future dreams are to become teachers and doctors. Because there is little information, they can only imagine themselves as the adults they come into contact with. We inspire children's dreams by delivering films and increasing their choices.
Staff members or "film delivery workers" carry screening equipment such as generators, projectors and speakers by using tuk-tuk (three-wheeled vehicle), and create pop-up cinemas in village squares and school classrooms. The films are curated for works that foster children's dreams and show the importance of hard work. After obtaining the rights to the films we cooperate with local voice actors, and make dubbed versions in the local language.

Regardless of the environment in which we were born and raised, we want to create a world where children can have a dream and open up their lives. For that purpose, we deliver movies to all children in a mobile cinema.


Saori Kyoraiseki

NPO World Theatre Project - Director
Saori Kyoraiseki

Ms. Saori Kyoraiseki was born in 1981 and graduated from the Nihon University College of Art in the Faculty of Film Studies. She was the recipient of The 32nd Human Power Grand Prize given by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and author of the book, “The Dream of Hatsatsun” (Senge Publishing).

She started a mobile cinema for children in Cambodia in 2012. In 2015, she won the "All Dreams AWARD 5" held at Nippon Budokan. In 2017 she created "Phil and Mu" through crowdfunding, an animated movie without language, so that it can be viewed all of the world. "Phil and Mu" will also be screened at film festivals around the world, such as the Tokyo International Film Festival and the New York Children's Film Festival. Proceeds from the sales of Phil and Mu's goods go towards providing movies for children in poverty, for which WTP received the Good Design Award.


International Development‎


Children‎, International‎, Arts‎, Youth

Website & Social

We produce pop-up theaters to children in developing countries and hold movie-related events in Japan.

Activity area:
Mainly in Cambodia and we have two domestic activity bases there.
In addition, our partner organizations who support our philosophy also hold screenings in Bangladesh, Madagascar, Myanmar and other countries.