Justine Raczkiewicz



Justine’s career in the film industry began in corporate communications at The Weinstein Company where she represented the company’s various media labels as well as worked on publicity campaigns for Todd Hayne’s "I'm Not There" and Woody Allen’s "Vicky Cristina Barcelona." Shortly after, she moved to physical production where she worked on a number of award-winning films including Rob Marshall’s "Nine," Stephen Daldry’s "The Reader," John Hillcoat’s "The Road," and Quentin Tarantino’s "Inglorious Basterds."

Under the Dimension Films label, Justine traveled to Arizona to work as an Associate Producer on "Piranha 3D," alongside director Alexandre Aja. Since then, she has been developing and associate producing a wide range of projects with Aja. "Maniac," the daring point-of-view thriller starring Elijah Wood, played in the Official Selection at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival and was released by IFC Films. Most recently "Horns" generated a lot of hype at Fantastic Fest in Austin and at the 2013 Toronto Film Festival, where it played in the Official Vanguard Selection. "Horns," an edgy supernatural thriller with a darkly comedic twist, is based on the bestselling novel by Joe Hill. Aja directed this refreshing rock ’n’ roll take on the devil myth, starring Daniel Radcliffe. It was released by The Weinstein Company / Radius on October 31st, 2014.

Along with Aja, Justine has also worked with FOX International on two different films. She executive produced "The Pyramid," an adventure horror film set in an ancient Egyptian pyramid, to be released by FOX International in December 2014; and most recently co-produced "The Other Side of the Door," a psychological horror set in Mumbai, India.

Next up is "The Ninth Life of Louis Drax," a poignant family drama and a Hitchcockian thriller based on the book of the same name. Miramax is producing the film and Alex Aja is directing in Canada this fall.

Originally from Warsaw, Poland, Justine’s passion for storytelling has taken her from stage to script and across the globe. She graduated magna cum laude from Barnard College, Columbia University and studied Theater, Philosophy and Anthropology. She has also trained at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, Ecole de Theatre Jacques LeCoq in Paris, and the Parsons School of Design.