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JULIEN MEUNIER

Meunier

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Julien Meunier was born in 1978. He's a cartoonist and a documentary film director.

 
 

He co-directed his first film, The Common Place (62 minutes, production Independencia), with Dorine Brun. It depicts a democratic state through the prism of an exception: the billionaire and outgoing mayor for Corbeil-Essonnes, Serge Dassault, declared ineligible, sets off to campaign for “his” candidate.

The film was granted with the Prix des Bibliothèques at the festival Cinéma du Réel in 2012, and was released in France in September 2012.

 
 

Hijacking the Box, co-directed with Guillaume Massart and produced by Triptyque Films, is his second film. It mixes his two loves: comic-books and documentary.

The film is screened at the Cinéma du Réel, the same year than The Common Place.

 
 

The Center (2014, 18 minutes), co-directed with Guillaume Massart is his third film, using VHS video to explore an ultramodern shopping center.

 

 

 

 

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