Julie Aguttes (France)

Julie Aguttes was born in Paris in February 1972.
She has lived and worked in Marseilles since seven years.

After studying history of Art, J.A first worked in Documentary film production, in Paris, for Films d'ici, then assisted directors such as Stan Neumann or Michelange Quay. She then co-directed a 1st film in 2008 with Regis Sauder " Next year to Jerusalem" about a camp in Marseilles where Jews from Maghreb were transiting before going to Israel.
"A long cry along with the wind's" his her second film pursuing her work on the memory of places. Contrarily to the camp Grand Arenas of which there is no more trace, the industrial port of Marseille remains a strong visual and sound presence within the city and is where this new film blending myth and imagination is set.

Filmography:

TROIS SOEURS (THREE SISTERS)
Documentary (52min) / In development with Eléazar Production
Granted writing funds by the Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur region (2012)

LE TEMPS INVERSÉ (REVERSE TIME)
Moulin d’Andé writing seminar project (2011)

UN LONG CRI MÊLÉ À CELUI DU VENT (A LONG CRY ALONG WITH THE WIND’S)
Documentary essay / (42min) / Produced by the G.R.E.C. (2010)
Awarded at the Écrans documentaires festival, Arcueil, FR
Nominated in the “Situation de la création française” (Situation of French creation) category at FIPA (International Festival of Audiovisual Programs), Biarritz, FR (2011)
Presented at the “Traces de Vie” documentary film festival, Clermont-Ferrand, FR (2011)

L’ANNÉE PROCHAINE À JÉRUSALEM (NEXT YEAR TO JERUSALEM)
co-directed by Regis Sauder
Documentary (52min) / Produced by Les Films du Tambour de Soie and France 3 Television (2008)
Nominated at the Cinémaginaire film festival, Argelès, FR (2009)

“A PLACE FOR ME”
(6min) / Produced by the Femis film school
Screened at the Portobello Film Festival, UK (2007)

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