Delphine Détrie has been director and image director for almost 20 years. While working for television, she leads her creative documentary projects. With Le temps qui (2010 – short) she takes us to the caregivers of an extraordinary palliative care center. The film is in competition in several festivals, received the audience award at Le Mans and was selected by the Commission Images en Bibliothèques (libraries). Then she made The Secrets of the Punchinello (2014 – short) which frankly and humorously decodes the period of pregnancy. The documentary is presented at the ImagéSanté festival in Liège. Her new film A Modern Shepherdess, the portrait of a free woman, is her first feature film.