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Juliette Lepoutre

Juliette Lepoutre


Sales, Production


FeatureLab - 360 Participant 2017
Decision Maker 2016
Decision Maker 2015
Decision Maker 2014
Decision Maker 2013
FrameWork Participant 2010


After a Masters in Linguistics at the Sorbonne University, Juliette Lepoutre is offered a grant by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to study International business in the US. Living in San Francisco, she is quickly involved in the high tech business. She has worked for over fifteen years with Silicon Valley companies, where she specialized in developing international markets. Based in San Francisco, California from 1991 till 2006, her territories included Europe, Japan, Pacific Rim, and Latin America. She has fluency in both the language and cultural practices of those dominant markets.
In 2007 she cofounded the production company Movie Partners in Motion Film (MPM Film).
Rapidly, she produced the first feature films Hooked by Romanian director Adrian Sitaru (Venice Days 2008), Port of Memory by Palestinian Kamal Aljafari (Cinéma du Réel 2010), the short film Flower Seller by Palestinian Ihab Jadallah (Clermont Ferrand 2011) and documentary Tarr Béla, I used to be a filmmaker by French Jean-Marc Lamoure (FID Marseilles 2013). She also coproduced The Turin Horse by Hungarian Béla Tarr (Silver Bear, Berlinale 2011) Historias by Brazilian Julia Murat (Venice Days and Toronto 2011).
In 2014, Juliette Lepoutre was producer on Dzma by Georgian Teona Mghvdeladze Grenade and French Thierry Grenade (Rotterdam 2014) and coproducer on Xenia by Greek Panos Koutras (Cannes Un Certain Regard 2014), NN by Peruvian Hector Galvez (Rome competition 2014, Rotterdam 2015) and Box by Romanian Florin Serban (Karlovy Vary 2015).
At Berlinale 2015 was announced partnership with Pierre Menahem in newly founded company, Still Moving. Currently in financing with A Febre by Maya Da Rin, Feathers of a father by Omar El Zohairy, Hogar by Maura Delpero and Tlamess by Ala Eddine Slim .
In 2016, Still Moving enters the sales arena with three films: The Black Frost by Argentinean Maximiliano Schonfeld (Berlinale Panorama), In the Last Days of the City by Egyptian Tamer El Said (Berlinale Forum) and Oscar's submission The Last of us by Tunisian Ala Eddine Slim (Venice Critics Weeks - winner of Lion of the Future, Gold Tanit at JCC).
The first coproduction of the new company, Pendular by Julia Murat, had its world premiere in Berlin Panorama 2017 where it won the Fipresci prize.
Still Moving is both coproducer and sales agent on the film.
Expert in different production labs for young producers such as Toronto, Rotterdam, BAL, BrLab and Berlinale Talents, Jury member in different festivals, such as Cluj, Vilnius and Cottbus, and in the committee selection 2015 of the Cinefondation Residence of the Cannes film festival.

company profile

Still Moving is a new Paris based international production and distribution company founded by Juliette Lepoutre and Pierre Menahem, aiming to produce, co-produce and sell daring, challenging arthouse films by emerging or established directors.