To get excited again | Cuyo’s diary

Starting next Wednesday, January 19 and every summer Wednesday, the Film Cycle of the Faculty of Philosophy of the UNSJ returns to work at the Buenaventura Luna Amphitheater. With 24 consecutive years, the invitation to live outdoor movie nights continues with more classic and moving stories for all audiences to enjoy the experience of the seventh art to its fullest. At 9:30 p.m. every week there will be Argentine films and also universal works of great cultural value from the cinema of all time. With the coordination of Carlos Cerimedo and the support of the Ministry of Tourism and Culture and Human Development, admission is free and free. The first performance will be “Garúa”, by Gustavo Corrado with Luciano Cáceres and Jean Pierre Reguerraz. Then on January 26 “La Sonámbula”; on February 2, “A place in the world”; on February 9 “The day I die”; on February 16, “God reward you”; and in addition, “The Bridges of Madison”, “Gone with the Wind”, “The Citizen” and “Cinema Paradiso” will be screened, among other great works. It will be assisted with covid protocols and according to the organization, the intention is to extend the cycle until the beginning of April. The cycle is declared of cultural interest by the Government of San Juan and the Provincial Legislature.

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