In the Cinéma Club of Justine Triet
Justine Triet is a French director who graduated from the Ecole supérieure nationale des Beaux-Arts. Her short film Two Ships won the UIP award (European Short Film) at the Berlinale in 2013. She was also nominated for Best First Feature at the Césars in 2014 for her brilliant debut Age of Panic. Triet’s second feature, Victoria, released on French theatres in September 2016 after a cheering world premiere at Critics’ Week during Cannes Film Festival.
She sent us five films she loves and recommends from the editing room.
DÉSIRÉ, Sacha Guitry, 1937
You also have to watch My Father Was Right. I discovered all of his movies not so long ago.
PROJECT NIM, James Marsh, 2011
An incredible film on the experience a man has made with a chimpanzee.
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS, François Truffaut, 1983
The only film by Truffaut that I like. But this one I love!
TERMS OF ENDEARMENT, James L. Brooks, 1983
I love the movies of James L. Brooks because he risks showing cruel characters, capable of horrible things, while making them worthy of our sympathy.
GONE GIRL, David Fincher, 2014
The best film I've seen in theaters in the past two years.