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SAVE THE CHILDREN
TAKE THE PLEDGE

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EVERYWĦERE

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SAVE THE OCEAN
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ØCEAN MINING

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A PARANØRMAĿ
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THE FILMMAKERS' MISSION

In the words of Siddharth Kara, author of “Cobalt Red," "Social change happens when a community of conscience bands together and drags the rest of humanity forward with their force of will, their moral authority until an injustice is set right."

At Denyond Ent., the company behind “Mamiwata’s Cobalt,” our vision extends beyond mere entertainment. Our steadfast belief in the innate goodness of people drives us to surpass the allure of captivating content. We aspire to cultivate a world where art becomes a potent force, propelling transformative change.

IT IS STILL POSSIBLE TO IMAGINE A WORLD WHERE ALL CHILDREN ARE ALLOWED TO DREAM

Our premier initiative, "Mamiwata's Cobalt," embodies our vision. Comprising a painting exhibition ("The Mamiwata’s Cobalt Art Collection"), a soundtrack ("Mamiwata’s Cobalt Tribe"), and a paranormal drama film ("Mamiwata’s Cobalt"), this all-encompassing endeavor seeks to illuminate the challenges confronted by child workers risking their lives in cobalt mines. We invite you to be a vital partner in supporting our mission.

The battle against child labor takes center stage in our inaugural project. Worldwide, more than 160 million children are ensnared in child labor. Within the cobalt mines of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), 40,000 children endure daily toil in perilous conditions. Their efforts contribute to the global demand for cobalt, essential in powering electric cars, wind turbines, laptops, cell phones, and more. Our objective is unequivocal – rescue and redirect these children from the mines of Kolwezi to the classrooms of the DRC today, with aspirations for attendance at top universities someday.

ART FOR LIFE

Our goal is to actively involve the public in enjoying our art and content, channeling a significant portion of their purchases to tackle urgent societal concerns. This dedication is embodied in our "Art for Life" pledge, wherein we commit to allocating a significant portion of our revenue to support non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that effectively address social issues with transparency, ensuring that no more than 10% of donations are allocated to administrative costs.

JOIN US

By supporting the Mamiwata’s Cobalt art project, promoting the soundtrack, and purchasing tickets to our movie next year, you not only back the artists, musicians, and filmmakers involved in this creative endeavor but also contribute to raising funds for reputable NGOs rescuing children from cobalt mines and those involved in helping young people in need.

MAMIWATA’S COBALT - THE DRAMA BEHIND THE PARANORMAL  DRAMA

"Mamiwata’s Cobalt" promises a thrilling journey, exploring Mamiwata's watery mysteries while addressing real-life societal concerns such as child labor and environmental sustainability. Laugh, tremble, or cry – we hope you thoroughly enjoy the ride. It is still possible to imagine a world in which all children are allowed to dream. Through our collective efforts, we can turn this vision into reality.  

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MamiwaŦa

across
cultures

In Brazil, where she is associated with fertility and the powers of water, Mamiwata  is known as "Iara."   In Chile, the Milalobo protects marine life and influences fishing traditions. Chinese folklore introduces Jiaran, a water spirit linked to fortune and prosperity. Indian culture reveres water deities like Ganga and Saraswati, representing life, purity, and enlightenment. The Finfolk, in Irish folklore, lures humans to their underwater realms, while Ryūjin in Japan governs the tides and aquatic creatures. Tlaloc, the Mexican rain god, brings fertility and abundance.

MAMIWATA

The enchanting water spirit, continues to captivate and inspire with her profound symbolism in African folklore and beyond. Through these diverse cultural interpretations, Mamiwata's symbolism and influence unfold, highlighting the universal reverence for water and its intrinsic ties to our lives. Let us embrace the magical legacy of Mamiwata, drawing strength, protection, and prosperity from her timeless presence.

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