Julian is the director of the feature documentary "Aka Dr. Hope" awarded: "Best Experimental", "Best Documentary" and "Best Director" by TINFF; "Silver Winner" by Telly Awards; "Human Rights Award" by RAGFF; "Award of Excellence" by Impact Docs Awards; "Best Documentary" by MIWAFF, World Film Carnival, October Film Festival, Assurdo Film Festival, and Top Indie Film Awards;
He is the screenwriter/co-director/co-producer of the short film "Departure" awarded: "Outstanding Achievement Award" by L' Age d'Or International Arthouse Film Festival; and "Best Film" by World Film Carnival. This film was Finalist at festivals like New York Movie Awards, Florence Film Awards, New York International Film Awards, Prague International Monthly Film Festival; and Semi-Finalist at Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festival (Oscar-qualifying festival), and MLC Awards. He is also the screenwriter/director/producer of "The Red Rose" awarded: "Rising Filmmaker" by Montreal International Wreath Awards Film Festival; "Award of Recognition" by United International Film Festival, "Best NY Short" by International New York Film Festival and Platinum Reel Award by Nevada International Film Awards.
Julian has co-written and co-produced the film "Paftuar" (Uninvited) that was screened in May 2016 at Cannes Festival Short Corner and won "Best Cinematography" and "Best Production" awards at International Film Festival and Albanian Film Week in NYC.
Julian's feature script "The Bright Future" was in the 10 best scripts at the AlbaScript workshop organized in Pogradec, Albania by Cineuropa and Albanian National Cinematography Center.
Julian's other feature script "Leap of Faith" was a quarter-finalist at National Screenwriters Day Screenwriting Competition and the 2018 Gold Reel Award Winner in Nevada Film Festival.
In August 2018 Julian graduated from the "Master Screenwriter Certificate Program" with ScreenwritingU.