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Ciné au château de Grimaud

Cinema at the castle

Entertainment/recreation, Movie screening in Grimaud
  • Open-air cinema at the Château de Grimaud.

  • The Château de Grimaud will be transformed into an open-air cinema, with a giant 7-metre screen, for 6 magical evenings!

    And of course, for those with a sweet tooth, confectionery will be on sale on site!

    For extra comfort, don't forget your cushions!

    The programme has arrived, with 4 free screenings on the 2024 theme of "The Olympic Games at the cinema" and 2 screenings of cartoons at mini prices!

    - 11 July 2024, Vice et versa 2 (released in June 2024)

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    The Château de Grimaud will be transformed into an open-air cinema, with a giant 7-metre screen, for 6 magical evenings!

    And of course, for those with a sweet tooth, confectionery will be on sale on site!

    For extra comfort, don't forget your cushions!

    The programme has arrived, with 4 free screenings on the 2024 theme of "The Olympic Games at the cinema" and 2 screenings of cartoons at mini prices!

    - 11 July 2024, Vice et versa 2 (released in June 2024)

    Discover the new adventures of Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust. A recent graduate, Riley is now a teenager, which is causing a major upheaval at headquarters, where they have to deal with something unexpected: the arrival of new emotions!

    A fun and humorous cartoon that helps us understand our emotions.
    (ticket price €6)

    - 18 July 2024, Rasta Rockett (released in 1994)

    It's time to die laughing with our 4 favourite Jamaicans. This film is inspired by a true story in which they have a crazy dream: to win a gold medal in an Olympic discipline that is totally unknown to them and impossible to practice in Jamaica: bobsleigh.

    A cult film that has sold over 2.5 million tickets.
    (free admission)

    - 25 July 2024, Chariots of Fire (released in 1982)

    The story of these "Chariots" revolves around the sporting rivalry and friendship of two British athletes. The first, Harold Abrahams, is English and Jewish. Throughout his school years, he suffered from anti-Semitic remarks made against him. He runs to overcome prejudice and combat it more effectively. The second, Eric Liddell, is nicknamed The Flying Scotsman. His speciality? The 100 metres. He outruns and outpaces everyone. An ultra-practising Christian who refuses to run on Sundays, he runs for the Glory of God. Together, in spite of their differences, united in the same team, they took part in the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris, with a single goal: to win!

    A film that won 4 Oscars, including Best Picture!
    (free screening)

    - 1 August 2024, Eddie the Eagle (released in 2016)

    Eddie Edwards has never been much of an athlete, quite the opposite in fact. Yet ever since he was a little boy, he's had just one dream: to take part in the Olympic Games. Over the years, neither his poor level of sporting ability, nor the lack of support, nor the mockery he has received, has dampened his determination. And so it was that, in 1988, the man who never gave up managed to find himself, somehow, at the Winter Olympics in Calgary.
    With the help of a trainer as atypical as himself, this ski jumper like no other shook up the world of sport and won the hearts of the public with an Olympic performance that was as improbable as it was historic!

    A true example of how to surpass oneself!
    (free screening)

    - 8 August 2024, The Colour of Victory (released in 2016)

    In the 1930s, Jesse Owens, a young African-American from a working-class background, was preparing to compete in the 1936 Summer Games in Berlin. However, while Owens struggled in his personal life against the prevailing racism, the United States was not yet sure whether to take part in these Games, organised in Nazi Germany. The debate was heated between Olympic Committee President Jeremiah Mahoney and the great industrialist Avery Brundage. Yet Jesse's determination to compete remains intact.

    A fine reflection on the subjects of racism, tolerance and respect.
    (free screening)

    - 22 August 2024, Despicable Me 4 (released in July 2024)

    Gru returns in a new chapter as hilarious as it is chaotic, in which he, Lucy and the girls, Margo, Edith and Agnès, welcome the youngest member of the family, Gru Junior, who seems to have only one passion: to drive his father crazy. But Gru is up against a new enemy, Maxime Le Mal, who, with the help of his girlfriend, the fatal Valentina, is going to force the whole family to flee.

    The world's most popular super villain returns for a 4th opus that you can see at the Château de Grimaud just one month after its national release!
    (ticket price €6)


    Organised by Grimaud Tourist Office.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Schedules
Schedules
  • Each thursday from July 11, 2024 until August 8, 2024 at 9:30 PM
  • On August 22, 2024 at 9:30 PM
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