Juliette Michaud

Juliette Michaud is a French movie journalist and author. She started to work for Studio Magazine in 1990, when she was 23, first as an assistant, then as a movie critic. Before that, she took film writing classes in Paris with historian and film critic Jean Douchet. In 1997, she moved to Los Angeles to become Studio Magazine’s (which later became Studio Ciné-live) correspondent for 20 years. She wrote reviews, on set reportages, in-depth interviews with Hollywood talents, and met all the greats and legends like Kirk Douglas and Shirley MacLaine whom she interviewed at their homes. She was also a long-time correspondent for L'Officiel de la Mode (equivalent of Vogue), and for, a branch of Le monde. She currently writes for PalaceScope, a cultural high-end magazine based in Paris. Juliette Michaud is the author of “Once Upon a Time Hollywood,” a book/encyclopedia prefaced by Michel Hazanavicius (Flammarion) published in 2013 and translated in English, about Hollywood’s 100 hundred years. In September 2021, she released a book about Paul Newman (La Martiniere), titled “Paul Newman” with a foreword by Charlotte Rampling. achievement.