Justine Raczkiewicz has worked as a producer for the last 10 years, beginning at The Weinstein Company, and then alongside French horror director Alexandre Aja on the big-budget film PIRANHA 3D. Together they produced 6 features which played in the official selection at the Cannes and Toronto film festivals, among others including: MANIAC, HORNS, THE PYRAMID, THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR, and THE 9TH LIFE OF LOUIS DRAX for companies FOX International, Miramax, Mandalay, Red Granite, IFC Films, La Petite Reine, and Studio Orange.
In 2015, Justine created her own production company, Building J, under which she directs music videos, narrative and branded content and is developing several feature films. In 2017, she won the "BEST FEMALE DIRECTOR" award at the Hollyshorts Film Festival for her short WASTE, which played at over 25 film festivals across the world, including Brooklyn Film Festival, Newport Beach, Atlanta, as well as in Paris, Berlin, Stockholm, Brussels and more.
Originally from Warsaw, Poland Justine’s passion for storytelling has taken her across the globe. She is a Columbia University alum, studied at the American Conservatory Theater, at the Parsons School of Design, as well as the L'Ecole Internationale de Theatre Jacques LeCoq. She is a member of "Women in Film", the "Alliance of Women Directors" and the "Producers Guild of America".