Justine Sophia is a film director, producer, writer and film editor. In 2021 she founded a production studio, 
Scheherazade Pictures

Justine graduated from the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts with honors

and on a full University Grant where she majored in

Film and Television Production. USC's Immersive Media Lab funded her film in 360 degree Virtual Reality titled "Nirvana." Justine's newest films are

"Letter For My Son" and "Fighting Against the Devil."


Prior to cinema, Justine studied at the Stella Adler Academy of Acting in Hollywood. She left high school two years early to be a foreign exchange student in Spain, and then for the sake of pursuing a career in the performing arts in New York City where she trained at the Joffrey Ballet School, the Valentina Kozlova Conservatory, American Ballet Theater and for three years closely 

under the world renowned artist Gelsey Kirkland.

Justine served as the creative director of "Mondays at the Mission" for many years which is a career and life skills program for youth experiencing homelessness where she facilitates weekly programs and has been volunteering at the Union Rescue Mission shelter since 2013. This involvement led to "Project Blindfold", a continued effort to bring resources and opportunity to youth and families.