André Ceuterick

André Ceuterick was trained as a literature teacher and quickly turned to a “multifunctional” professional career, devoted to culture and especially to cinema. In 1981, he joined the Cultural Services of the Belgian Province of Hainaut, where he created the film department with numerous initiatives and innovations. He was also the founder and general delegate of the “Festival Internationale du Film Francophone de Namur” and of the “Festival du Film d’Amour de Mons” which he led for more than 30 years. At the same time, he was active as a journalist and film critic with numerous collaborations: the magazine Première, the daily newspapers Le Peuple, Nord-Eclair and la Province, the RTBF Mons, the Regional Television Mons-Borinage (of which he was one of the pioneers) or the private radio Sud Radio (Belgium). He participated in the creation of several film festivals and events abroad, in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe and Latin America.


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