Stéphan Roelants, born in 1965 in Mons, Belgium, has been active for almost 30 years in the audiovisual field. He studied law, journalism and economics, but he soon turned to script writing and film production. After his arrival in Luxembourg, he founded Studio 352 in 1996 and Mélusine Productions in 1997, with a focus on animation and documentaries. Amongst his numerous films and TV series, the critically acclaimed and multi-awarded Ernest & Celestine (2012) and Song of the Sea (2014) stand out. 


Filmography: (as a producer)

2017 – Ernest and Célestine: The Collection (TV Series)

2016 – Richard the Stork

2016 – Ethel & Ernest

2016 – Mullewapp – Eine schöne Schweinerei

2014 – Song of the Sea

2014 – The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar (Short)

2014 – Les Triplés (série TV)

2013 – The Travels of the Young Marco Polo (TV Serie)

2013 – Extraordinary Tales

2013 – The Congress

2013 – Tante Hilda!

2013 – Ma maman est en Amérique, elle a rencontré Buffalo Bill

2012 – Vauban, la sueur épargne le sang (Documentary)

2012 – Ernest & Celestine

2010 – The Storytelling Show

2009 – A Town Called Panic

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