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22 Songs

The final editing of the short film is almost done and the release date comes closer and closer. The short film will be a little over 30 minutes long and has the scheduled release for March the 17th of 2017. One day later than originally planned. The short film features a little over 22 songs of which 9 are my own. Of those 9 songs only 1 is a song taken from the Square One EP.

The official trailer for the short film has been put on the official Vimeo account of which the link can be found on the website.

Keep an eye on the website for more updates and news.

Do you have a question or a request? Feel free to get in touch with me by sending an e-mail to mail@julesjoseph.nl

02/22/2017 — 22:09

Poster Boy

And here it is, the official poster for Another Night. Even though I said I would release it next month I could no longer contain myself because of excitement. The filming process is now done and a lot of editing has already begun.

The short film will be a little over 30 minutes long and still has the scheduled release for March the 16th of 2017. Keep an eye on the website for more updates and news.

Do you have a question or a request? Feel free to get in touch with me by sending an e-mail to mail@julesjoseph.nl

01/23/2017 — 19:24

Another Night

Turmoil. Carnage. was a working title for the project that stuck longer than expected. Since the project will no longer be a performance art piece I decided to give the short movie a proper title, more fitting to the themes of the short movie itself and to avoid any confusion.

From now ‘Another Night’ will be the official title of the project. The release date for the short movie will be the 16th of March 2017. I am very excited about the movie though it is not yet finished. New music will accompany some scenes which will also be released in the future.

An official trailer and the poster for the short movie will follow next month.

Do you have a question or a request? Feel free to get in touch with me by sending an e-mail to mail@julesjoseph.nl

01/19/2017 — 10:33

Patches and Pixels

Turmoil. Carnage. is about opening up, the vulnerability that follows and the endless in between. The highs and lows of meeting someone, untouched.

What connections do we truly make in this digital age and how does that show in patches and pixels? What story appears when you put them all together? It’s an interesting concept and something worth to discuss.

“I don’t like people who hide things. We’re not perfect, we all have things that people might not like to see, and I like to show my faults.” – Grace Jones

Though this project is not my first take on film it is the first full length project I am working on. It has grown from an idea and formed itself into the short movie it is now becoming. The natural growth and forming of the project is something I am quite enjoying.

A scheduled release will soon follow.

Do you have a question or a request? Feel free to get in touch with me by sending an e-mail to mail@julesjoseph.nl

01/5/2017 — 23:15

New Project

As I am writing this the work on a new project has already started.

Big things are currently happening including me moving back to the centre of Rotterdam in a bigger appartment. It’s been a year and a half since I had to make the sudden move to a smaller studio and I couldn’t be happier to finally move back. I am going to have more space to create and inspiration will be found right on my doorstep.

The new project is called ‘Turmoil. Carnage.’ and will be finished somewhere in 2017. I am, for the first time, going to take all the time I need to finish it without a deadline. Only that I want it to be finished in 2017.

These are exciting and expensive times.
Keep an eye on the website for upcoming updates and changes!

Do you have a question or a request? Feel free to get in touch with me by sending an e-mail to mail@julesjoseph.nl

12/15/2016 — 18:58

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About Me

Martijn Jules Joseph Winkel is a graphic designer from Rotterdam with a specialization in art & design. He has also finished a study in Desktop Publishing – Allround. Besides graphic design, making jewelry is his passion.

His passion for jewelry emerged at an early age, first by collecting minerals and gemstones on his travels through Europe, which later connected to jewelry. He started making his own necklaces and bracelets when he couldn’t find the type of male jewelry that he wanted.

‘Male jewelry found in regular clothing stores has a very simple and plain style, while more exciting looking jewelry is often way too expensive for my taste’.

That was the foundation for Jules Joseph jewelry. Unique but affordable jewelry with a story.

Do you have a question or perhaps a request? Feel free to get in touch by sending an e-mail to mail@julesjoseph.nl.