Juliette aims to make movies that matter. Her moving portraits – romantic but never without a rough edge – serve as a loving mirror for our society. Resilience drives each of her honest and human-centered films as an endless source of youthful energy. In Juliette's work, those who get knocked down always tend to get up again – something we should treasure. As an educational science student, Juliette had no idea she'd end up being a filmmaker. But making films is in Juliette's blood: her great-grandfather Willy Mullens was a Dutch cinema pioneer. He specialized in practical jokes and slapsticks; his great-granddaughter prefers to focus on today's serious issues that will shape society tomorrow.