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This mini-documentary presents the impact that Pop Culture and the American dream have on young girls. In the early 2000s, there was a rapid growth of reality TV, digital music is coming, princes and pop princesses are on top of the world, Apple is starting its technological revolution and gossip magazines are everywhere. All or most middle-class households in North America have access to cable television. Girls born in the 1990s are among the first generations to be connected. They see the world differently even though they don't realize it yet.

Juliette Crytes is a 25 years old director and writer from Montreal in Canada. She studied at Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema at Concordia University in Film production where she wrote and directed two short films Adrift and It’s a Mind Game (Nominated for best student short film at RVQC 2021). She also studied screenwriting at L’Université du Québec à Montréal. In the summer 2020 she landed her first production assistant job on Transformers 7 : Rise of the beast. She continued her rite of passage as a P.A on multiple productions ( Netflix’s series The Recruit, Scream 6, CTV’S Series Transplant). But it’s in winter 2023 when she’s injured on the set of Fox’s series Alert that she decides to apply to the Director’s Guild of Canada’s Training program to be an Assistant Director. She used this obligated time to rest to write her first feature film ; Made of Stardust. more...

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