Julia Gouin graduated in 2010 from the visual department at Goldsmith College in London. With her background in visual arts and social sciences, she went on to work as an assistant for various visual artists, collectives and curators as well as for arts venues such as Eastside Project in Birmingham (UK) in 2011. In parallel she curated several screening programs on divers thematic such as on the testing of communitarian living conditions as a cinematic experiences and the commune’s projects as seen through the lenses of cinema. Since 2012, she has been working as the managing director of Collectif Jeune Cinéma (CJC) and the coordinator of the Paris Festival for different and experimental. As a filmmaker cooperative, CJC ensures the promotion and distribution of experimental and different cinematic practices. The organisation is part of the European Kino Climates networks. She is a member of the film lab l’Etna based in Paris. Her current research interests leans towards radiophonic works, speculative and deviant fictions.