Julie enjoys creating self-initiated projects based on who she meets and is inspired by.
A film by and featuring Julie Angel.
Movement of Three
A film I made with my friends Annty Marais, Fizz Hood & Shirley Darlington as they played on the streets of London.
Movement of More
Movement, friends, challenges, play and effort; that’s what can happen when we move more. This is the third in the series of ‘Movement of…’
Movement of Tree
An afternoon with friends in beautiful trees in Volunteer Park in Seattle. Strong Prakour Women. We are all able. #SeeandDo
Movement of Bones
Age is not an obstacle for these 4 women all aged over 65 who train trapeze at their weekly class in Ojai, California. It’s a normal thing for them to do. They train weekly, get stronger, build muscle and enjoy themselves. They move because it feels good to move!
Barefoot Movers Animal Flow
2 friends head to the beach for an afternoon of ground movement and flow #SeeandDo
Find the Gap
Who would YOU WANT TO BE in the Freedom Expression Tunnel…? The ones walking head down, headphones in, cutting out the world or the happy, brave, strong, healthy and socially connected ones? It’s time to move more, be brave, race in there and find your gap to play. Take up space, why would you settle for anything less?
A study of architectural potential and the body within a limited space. Parkour, conditioning, combinations, foot and hand placement, they’ve got flow.
The world is playground if you are prepared to play and keep moving. Keiko is 58, Julie is 49. Keep moving and playing!
A Parkour Passport
A series of short film commissions from Base 79 for Google about various international parkour communities and projects. For more international parkour documentaries click HERE.
Buildering They climb buildings.
A series of short film commissions documenting the culture of buildering in London. Profiles include Andy Day and Bobby Gordon-Smith.
Once a year the international parkour gathering happens at the very unique Gerlev Idrætshøjskole. Co- operation, collaboration and a lot of movement happens.