Did you know that Mazatlan has an astronomical film club


The astronomical film club shows its films on the last Thursday of each month and they are all related to space; check out some of them here.

MAZATLAN. – Are you a fan of everything related to the stars and the universe? Well get ready, in Mazatlan, there is an ” Astronomical Film Club “. 

Centro de Innovación Cultural Mazatlán

Yes! and it is in collaboration with the Mazatleca Astronomical Society and the Mazatlán Cultural Innovation Center, which, for this second meeting, will screen the film Ágora (2009) by director Alejandro Amenábar, which will later be commented on by the philosopher Goegina Romero. 

This film won 7 Goya awards, including the best original screenplay for Alejandro Amenábar and Mateo Gil, which made it the second most awarded film at the XXIV edition of the Spanish Film Academy’s Goya Awards. 

When? The appointment is next July 28 at 7:00 p.m. in the Dialogue Room; Admission is completely free and it will be an activity for people over 12 years old. 

This astronomical film club has the objective of projecting films, series, and documentaries related to space and then explaining the theories that are presented within the films.  

Do you want to know more about the astronomical film club?  

In case you can’t go, here we leave you the calendar of the next films that will be screened by the astronomical film club

August 25th  

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Director: Steven Spielberg 1977). Commented by Nadja Fuster, Linguist.  

September 29th 

Don’t Look Up (Director: Adam Mckay 2021). Commented by Paulina Nava

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