The “Les Grignoux” cultural center is a social economy company in Wallonia (Belgium) which manages four cinema complexes in Liège (Le Parc, Churchill and Sauvenière) and Namur (Caméo), which together represent a total of 13 screens, as well as 3 breweries adjacent to the cinemas.
Since 1982, Les Grignoux cinemas have valued the best recent films in their original subtitled version (previews with film directors and teams, special evenings, conferences and debates with associations, etc.). We also organize around fifty concerts a year.
Les Grignoux develops a vast program of school matinees throughout the Wallonia-Brussels Federation: «Wild Screen on Blackboard».
The general aims of the association’s work are to offer an alternative to the dominant culture and to allow the widest possible public to discover quality films in optimal conditions (financial accessibility, reception, projection, Information, etc.).
Les Grignoux is a not profit-making and the profits generated by the activities of the association are reinvested in new projects. We respect the criteria of the social economy (purpose of service to the community, autonomy of management, democratic decision-making process and the primacy of people and labor on capital).
The 4 cinemas of Les Grignoux, constantly improved and renovated, will host this year for the first time more than 500 000 spectators.
We are also happy and proud to be among the founding members of Europa Cinemas !