"Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others."
- Jonathan Swift

Eli Jules: Pioneering Caribbean Filmmaker. 

Born and raised in the captivating landscapes of the island of Saint Lucia, Eli Jules developed an early appreciation for visual storytelling amidst the vibrant culture and natural beauty that surrounded him. After moving to the United States, a pivotal moment arose in 2018 when Eli, faced with a knee injury that demanded recovery time, delved into the world of photography as a form of artistic expression and exploration. Rapidly expanding his skills, he ventured into filmmaking, specifically drawn to the captivating realm of documentaries. Notably, he contributed his talents to projects such as "Why Not Us" in collaboration with ESPN, "Running While Black" partnered with Adidas, and "The Black Godfather of Scuba," showcasing his dedication to this impactful storytelling medium. Despite being relatively new to the industry, his dedication to showcasing untold stories and shedding light on underrepresented communities epitomizes his vision to foster inclusivity and diversity within the world of film. Through his evocative storytelling, he endeavors to leave an indelible mark on the world of cinema.

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