Designed by C. Howard Crane and built in 1928, it is the "most exotic eclectic Hindu-Siamese-Byzantine theater of the golden age of the movie palace". Photographs, brief history.
Aims to save and reuse the music hall in Glasgow built in 1857 and designed by Thomas Gildard and H.M.McFarlane. Includes a photograph and history.
Stuart Neville explores the history of cinemas in Glasgow, Scotland, from the earliest cinemas. Illustrated with archive and new photographs, architect's plans and press advertisements.
El Cerrito's historic theater with its Art Deco interior and murals is one of California's hidden treasures. History, photographs and progress on its restoration.
A list with dates and brief descriptions of the theaters built (1910-32) along South Broadway for films and vaudeville.
Aims to bring back to life a cinema built in 1913 on the west coast of Scotland, designed by Neil Duff. Includes history, proposals and questionnaire.
Louis Barfe's studies of UK cinema buildings and their architects.
A study of the former Saenger organization and its theaters, mainly in the US. A list, with illustrated histories of selected theaters, some now gone.
Constructed in 1927 in Ann Arbour, Michigan, to the design of Detroit architect Maurice Finkel as a vaudeville and movie palace. The official site includes an illustrated history.
This 1928 cinema in Detroit was designed with a Japanese motif. Includes an illustrated history and details of its restoration by the The Motor City Theatre Organ Society.