Babylon - one of the oldest still active cinemas
nr. Berlin- Alexanderplatz. "The 'Babylon' is the only surviving cinema that was a premiere theatre during the silent film era. It celebrated its opening in 1929 ... In that same year the 'Babylon' began showing sound films; it also began presenting special cultural activities for the Jewish community. During the Nazi period it served as a hiding place for enemies of the regime."
Berlin is a popular tv- and film location (http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2011/aug/17/top-10-films-set-in-berlin; "The Bridge of Spies" with Tom Hanks), and every year the Berlin International Film Festival takes place there.
The building with the corner balconies was designed by the architect Hans Poelzig.