The Millennials Project

The Millennials Project explores the lifestyles of several individuals who learn to balance their work and social lives all while trying to pursue their passions amidst political, social, and economic scrutiny. Millennials, whose ages range from 18-34 years-old, are known for their technological savviness, go-getter mentality, entrepreneurship, and adventurous spirit. But just like any generation of people, we are constantly under pressure from our peers and the generations before us. Through talking to these individuals about their paths in pursuing their various goals I want viewers to understand what it is to be a millennial living in NYC.

  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Web / New Media
  • Runtime:
    12 minutes
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography

Justine Carter-Soleyn is an independent documentary filmmaker. A Queens native, she got her start taking a feminism class in her Year 1 semester at Bard High School Early College Queens. From there she went on to CUNY Baruch College obtaining a Bachelors of Arts in Corporate Communications. In her time in college, she took numerous classes that focused on the media in relation to cultural ethics. Through an internship with Hook & Loop, Infor, she was able to expand her knowledge and grasp certain aspects of videography.

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Director Statement

Aspire. Create. Inspire.