Julie Baldassi is the creative producer and founder of Younger Daughter Films. In 2018 she produced Charlie Tyrell's Oscar-shortlisted documentary My Dead Dad's Porno Tapes, and collaborated with Tyrell again in 2019 on Broken Orchestra, a documentary short film about the Philadelphia music program of the same name. Also in 2019, Julie produced Sofia Banzhaf's story of a woman exploring her sexual autonomy in the TIFF Top Ten-selected I Am in the World as Free and Slender as A Deer on A Plain. Her first feature was co-producing the 2017 micro-budget comedy Dim the Fluorescents, starring Claire Armstrong and Naomi Skwarna, which received

Julie's current projects include the Mi'kmaw drama Wildhood, starring Michael Greyeyes and newcomers Philip Lewitski and Joshua Odjick; and Tenzin, a Tibetan-language art film written and produced collaboratively with Toronto's Tibetan community and directed by Michael LeBlanc.

Julie is a former journalist and publisher of the art-magazine Double Dot, who received an Honors BA in Philosophy from Montreal’s Concordia University.