The Printworks used to be a major headquarters for printing newspapers. It was damaged in the 1996 IRA bombings in Manchester. It was renovated at a cost of £15 million and covers 350000 square feet of floor space.
It now has 36 cafes and bars, 16 restaurants and a cinema multiplex. Known as "the Filmworks" it has 20 screens including the giant IMAX screen. The IMAX is 26 metres high an...
Founded in 1983, the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television in Bradford quickly became the most visited national museum outside London, attracting approximately 750,000 visitors each year. It contains Europe's first gallery dedicated to digital media, its longest-established IMAX cinema and the only publicly accessible Cinerama cinema in the world.
The Cinema Dei Piccoli, cinema for children, is the smallest purpose built cinema in use. It's located in the park of Villa Borghese in Rome and covers an area of 71.52 m² (769.83 ft²). Originally called the Topolino Cinema, Mickey Mouse's name in Italy. It was restored in 1991 and has 63 seats, a 5 x 2.5 m (16.4 x 8,2 ft) screen, stereo sound and air-conditioning.
Overlay with the points of interests on the heysel district of Brussels : l'Atomium (rénové), planétarium, océade, mini-Europe, cinéma Kinepolis, IMAX, parc d'Osseghem, parc de Laeken, pavillon chinois, tour japonaise and stade Roi Baudouin