UABC opens its own drive-in cinema this Friday

This space will allow the university's community and the general public to take a breather from the current situation, but with all the health measures

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The coordination of the Extension of Culture and Divulgation of Science of the Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC) in collaboration with the Forum of Cinematographic Analysis (FACINE), invited the university's community and the general public to the opening of their drive-in, which is part of their film cycle.

This a drive-in cinema, which will be located in the parking lot of the Tecate campus on Bulevar Universidad 1, Colonia San Fernando, will have a limited capacity of 40 cars, of which 20 are for the student community and the other half for the general population, this was stated in the Gaceta Universitaria.

The best thing is that the access is free, yes, you read it correctly; but you will have to make a previous registration for this where a digital pass will be granted.

In addition, attendees must be over 15 years of age, wear a mask and have no more than four people per vehicle.

It is important to mention that this drive-in cinema will have all the current sanitary measures for the prevention of the COVID-19 pandemic, still present in Baja California, which the spectators are asked to respect, as well as to stay in their car at all times to maintain the safe distance.

What films will be shown? To start this film cycle, which seems to remain until Friday September 11th and all dates from 8:00 p.m., the film "City of God" will be shown this Friday August 28th, while for the next two Fridays you will be able to enjoy productions such as "Wild Tales" and "They Come Back".

For more information and to get your tickets, you can enter here.

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