Lausanne's last privately owned cinema celebrates its 80th birthday.
The Capitole cinema, built in 1928, is the biggest cinema in Switzerland and the oldest one in Lausanne.
Originally designed for 1,500 cinemagoers, the cinema now has a capacity of 867 seats, as well as several boxes and a balcony for wheelchair access.
The city of Lausanne is celebrating the cinema's 80th birthday on November 29 with a special film evening at the Capitole, including a special showing of the documentary "Parterre ou balcon?".