We are very excited to announce that the film tour for our documentary, The Wireless Generation, is coming to the United States this spring. It is a documentary about a new generation of people who are taking their careers online in order to travel the world.


Seattle – February 5th, 2015

San Francisco – February 19th, 2015

Los Angeles – March 5th, 2015

Denver – March 19th, 2015

Austin – April 2nd, 2015

Boston – April 16th, 2015

NYC* – April 30th, 2015

* NYC is the last US screening and the entire Gilbert family will be there.


The internet has changed everything. Not just how we work, but where. Working from home in the US has increased dramatically in recent years and they estimate that by 2016, 63 million Americans will work from home at least part-time (Source: 2011 Forester Research).

We wanted to look at the edges of this movement, the people who are not just working from home and keeping the status quo, but those who are taking this new freedom — the opportunity to choose to live anywhere without having to consider workplace location — and what happens next.

If you shift your life from being centered around where you to work, to being centered around how you want to live, what happens?  Where would you go if you could go anywhere in the world?

We followed the stories of 18 individuals who take work from home to the next level.  They’re living abroad, traveling, experiencing things that they would have never have seen if they worked in a traditional office.  This is the first generation of people who realistically can hold a 9-5 job and travel around the world at the same time.

We call these people The Wireless Generation.

We interviewed people across five continents including:

  • a psychology professor teaching online from Thailand
  • a financial analyst for American Express backpacking across South America
  • a family of four traveling with their kids across Asia as they build websites for their clients back home in Australia
  • a day trader living in Colombia
  • an internet entrepreneur who only works a few hours a month and spends the rest volunteering in places like Haiti and Rwanda

These people have each found ways to make the ultimate dream of traveling the world possible — while keeping their careers. All it takes is a good wifi connection, a little creativity and the desire to do something different.


This project is a collaboration between Christine and Drew Gilbert. It was filmed across five continents, with a baby in tow. Drew is an animator with a degree in Animation/Media Arts from the Art Institute of Philadelphia and has been telling stories with video and animation online over the past sixteen years. Christine is a writer and photographer whose work has been seen in BBC Travel, Esquire, Rough Guides, and Lonely Planet. They’ve been working online and traveling the world together since 2008.



The digital download and the DVD will be available on June 1st, 2015.


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A big thank you to everyone who made this film possible, from the early supporters in 2010 who helped us buy our camera gear, to the Kickstarter backers who funded the final edits and the film tour. We’d also like to acknowledge all the people who let us interview them for this film, many of whom helped us set up film equipment, find better locales, and wrangle our then-infant son, Cole.