It has been made with a green ethos and from recycled materials.
Built by community volunteers, Leigh Film Society is to be housed in the town's grade II-listed landmark building.
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The project's director Elizabeth Costello said the film society wanted to be able to offer high-end movies to people living in the Wigan borough.
"We want to put on events like autism-friendly showings and Scandi film nights for the true film buffs.
"We want to make sure that cinema is for everyone."
The not-for-profit society was founded in 2013 and has worked towards creating Leigh Film Factory, which is estimated to cost around £50,000.