Jules Stewart - Director

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Jules Stewart was born in Maroochydore, QLD and graduated from Sydney University, NSW in Australia. She is also mother to the equally talented actress, Kristen Stewart.

Jules Mann Stewart has been a steady fixture in Hollywood for over 30 years, credited with 30 feature films and over 50 television shows. Her experience spans the big budget studio films to smaller independent projects. She also had the good fortune to work with some the of more creative names in the industry like Micky Moore, Brian Levant, David Lynch and David E. Kelley.

Jules got her start in editorial, trained by the legendary Verna Fields at Warner Brothers. From there she moved to CFI (Consolidated Film Industries) where she continued her career in the editorial field but also stepped into the role of Post-Production Supervisor.In 1977, due to a sick script supervisor, Jules found herself holding book for director, Art Fisher on the TV special, “If They Could See Me Now”, starring Lindsey Wagner, from Bionic Woman. It was there, on the set, that Jules quickly earned a name for herself as a top-notch, trusted pair of ‘eyes’ on the set.

Working as a script supervisor over the years became an invaluable training process for the writer Jules desired to be. Her love for story telling and her knowledge of script format segued her into a successful career as a ghost writer and now a screenwriter in her own right. Jules is now making the jump to director on the original screenplay K-11 that will be in production during the summer of 2011. She and her business partner; Producer Tom Wright formed Libertine Films, Inc. in 2010 with a roster of unique scripts.

Source: k11themovie.com/filmmakers

Jules is also an amazingly talented artist and her work can be found here www.julesstewartartist.com