Rick Stevenson, the award winning filmmaker of the Seattle film "Expiration Date" has launched a new project in a partnership with the Shoreline Historical Society. The project, known as The 5000 Days Project has been following today's teens as they grow up for what is going to be eight years in all. The goal of the film is to help show what its like to grow up in American right now.
Screenshot from The 5000 Days Project
Link to: See a clip of the video and learn more (click on "Mission 1")