Director . Writer . Drone Cinematographer . Editor . Producer
A filmmaker, author and storyteller, Jules Williams is also a gifted intuitive. With a knack for drawing out the inspired within us, Jules is sought after for his keen ability to intuit the story that needs telling. From innovating initial concepts through to development, directing, producing, writing and delivering final productions, Jules gives life to a story … by knowing how to access the story.
Born in Wales, Jules lives in Malibu, California. With extensive film experience in both the US and UK, Jules has a reputation for prompt delivery of quality programming, poignant interviews, excellent drone cinematography and managing production teams, crew and celebrities.
A docuseries celebrating what it means to “B and believe in U”, IBUlieve is also a movement.
“MALIBU STORIES” Series
An iconic short-form docuseries sharing the stories of ten local characters told through the lens of Malibu itself. The series concludes in a special 1-hour documentary celebrating the love story of one community and town.
An FAA licensed and qualified Drone Pilot & Cinematographer, Jules showcases his footage in documentary filmmaking, freelance work for CBS, commissioned photography and as retained for film projects.
Jules has worked freelance for CBS EcoMedia and GiveWith, an online platform showcasing short-form documentaries on behalf of Non-Profits. As Director and Aerial Cinematographer, he contributes to creating powerful eco-centric vignettes and awareness-raising impact stories for non-profits across the United States.
Jules wrote directed and produced 35 episodes of his series called ‘Living the Life’ which was aired on Sky Arts in the UK. Therein he directed Elliott Gould, Joanna Lumley, Twiggy, Sir Alan Parker, Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lord Sebastian Cole, Lord Melvyn Bragg, Robin Gibb, Sir John Hurt, Anna Friel, Sir Derek Jacobi, David Bailey and Hans Zimmer, among others.
Jules wrote, directed, creatively edited and exec-produced a Channel 4 acclaimed documentary on Britain’s much loved BAFTA Nominated (Venus) national acting treasure, Leslie Phillips. ‘Hello: A Portrait of Leslie Phillips’ aired on prime-time television in the UK in 2013, covering Leslie’s seventy-five year career on the silver screen. Therein he directed Leslie, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Mitzi Gaynor, Richard E Grant and Sir John Hurt.