After Caroline Jules graduated as an assistant director in 1997, she worked on several short movies while developing her own projects. In 2003, she won the Best Script Prize at Créteil Women film Festival for her short film Paris Dakar, which she directed a couple of years later with Eriq Ebouaney in the main part. The film has been awarded in several French and international festivals. In 2006, Torments of love, a family chronicle about father-daughter relationships, received two prizes for the Best Script – Overseas Departments (Hohoa in Cannes and Lumina Sophie in Martinique). She shot the film a few years later in Guadeloupe with Caribbean Guyanan actors. Meanwhile, Caroline Jules built up her carrier in television: first within the Fiction and Series department of 13ème Rue, then at Cuisine + as a Programming supervisor. She joined the Canal + group in 2014, where she is still in charge of short films acquisitions.