Justine Triet

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Q&A

JUSTINE TRIET: “IT’S VERY IMPORTANT FOR ME TO BE VERY INCISIVE WITH THE SOCIAL ISSUES”

By José Sarmiento Hinojosa

We approached French filmmaker Justine Triet on the latest French Election Day, something that coincided with the day in which Age of Panic (2013), her first feature film was set. Her last film, Victoria (2016), her personal work on set, her influence as a documentary filmmaker and her view on the current political movements on the day, were some of the topics we dealt with in this intimate conversation. 

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PANORAMA: LA BATAILLE DE SOLFÉRINO BY JUSTINE TRIET

By José Sarmiento Hinojosa

Independent filmmaker Justine Triet, better known for her last shot Vilaine Fille Mauvais Garçon (2012) (which had a good run at Berlinale and a Cesar Award nomination) makes her debut feature film, called Age of Panic (The Battle of Solferino), in which the spheres of the private and the public collapse equally in an interesting parallel route, which depicts the days of the Sarkozy/Hollande election, a breaking point for French internal politics.

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