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Eric Ledune

Creator of audiovisual and animated films, graduate from the plastic and visual arts college in Mons (Belgium), and a photographer, Eric LEDUNE is a true all-rounder. He was born in Etterbeek, Belgium, in 1963 and set up Tâche d’Encre, a cartoon fanzine with Bruno DEPREZ, at the age of fifteen. In 1986, he made the award-winning short film Jazz, followed by Parlez-moi d’amour (1987), Zapping (1989) and Procession, et caetera (1994). As a result of his talent and expertise, his work has been rewarded at many festivals. He also came up with credits for Télé-MB and made Haïku (1998), a pilot for a television series. In 1998 he finished 6 Haïku (1 and 2), two short films selected in over thirty international festivals and has finished Bayan Bana Bak Bayan in 2001. Eric also teaches in the Academy of Braine-l’Alleud and Mons.

Short film credits

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