Françoise Lerusse

Françoise Lerusse is a journalist, media expert and copywriter. She worked for 9 years as a journalist at the RTBF. She has worked in television news and spoken Journal for which it has reported in culture and society. Collaborator Robert Stéphane she participated in the creation of teletext and made a documentary about the emergence of video in the 80s, "Videocircus". She worked with Pierre Desgraupes a preparatory mission for the creation of the Seven satellite television. Passionate about music and sounds, she produced and presented several radio programs including "Radio Zanzibar" with Nicole Wuidar, "Short Circuit" and "unexpected Proust." She has also produced, directed and presented "Rock around Liège", a series of TV reports for the RTBF with Paul Paquay. She collaborated occasionally in Rock This Town magazine. She has also written for magazines and Belgian Videodoc Video, and occasionally for Le Soir and Wallonia. She was correspondent of "World Broadcast News" magazine in New York. She worked for 20 years as a copywriter in advertising, which has designed numerous TV and radio spots. Today she works in documentary filmmaking with Maurice Amaraggi.

Videocircus (co-direction Paul Paquay), TV doc,
Rock around Liège (co-direction Paul Paquay), TV doc,
Désir d’abrazo (co-direction Maurice Amaraggi), doc

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