A cinema in Cumbria has just reached an incredible milestone.
The Alhambra in Keswick is 100 years old today - and is still going strong, as Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
The Alhambra cinema in Keswick is celebrating its 100th birthday today.
Films from each decade will be shown all week - including The Clouded Yellow - which features the Lake District.
The cinema was saved from closure two years ago and is now run by one man.
He has written to Helen Mirren, who starred in 'The Queen', asking her to send a telegram.
The Alhambra Cinema in Keswick is 100 years old.
There are centenary celebrations this week when the cinema is showing some if the greatest films of all time.
Tom Rennie saved the independent cinema from closure:
While locals appreciate the cinema, it would have closed years ago without the custom of the thousands of tourists who visit the town every year.
It is also the focus of Keswick Film Club festival in February.
The Alhambra will mark its anniversary by screening an interview with Nick Simpson, whose father Jack ran the cinema during the 50s and 60s.
This will be followed by the film The Clouded Yellow - much of it was filmed in the Lakes.
Tom has written to Helen Mirren hoping for a special message.
One of Cumbria's much loved cinemas is a hundred years old today.
The Alhambra cinema in Keswick is full of character, quirks and history and opened on January 22nd 1914.
A week long celebration is planned with showings of some of the greatest movies of all time.