Known as ‘Cinema Under the Stars’, the outdoor camp-style movie space opened two months ago in the capital of Indonesia’s most populous province of West Java with the aim of keeping people both entertained and socially distanced.
Supplied with pillows, blankets, and snacks, each tent is also equipped with hand sanitizer and disinfectant in line with health protocols, organizers say.
Moviegoers sit at the entrance to the tents with small tables in front with food and drink, all lit up by candlelight.
No more than three people are allowed to use each of the 28 tents, which are spaced about 1.5 metres to 2 metres apart (5 to 6.6 ft).
The cost for each tent is 215,000 rupiah ($15.25) per movie.