About BRUZZ International
BRUZZ International is a weekly show in English that airs every Sunday as of 6 pm on BRUZZ. We take a look at what's happening in the city keeping the international community in mind.
De leukste nieuwe bars en restaurantjes, portretten van internationale Brusselaars of spraakmakende reportages voor en door expats ontdek je elke week in BRUZZ International. Elke zondag vanaf 18u op BRUZZ tv.
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Méabh Mc Mahon
Brought up in Ireland, Méabh Mc Mahon lived in Germany and Spain before settling in Brussels. When not out 'n' about for BRUZZ International, she can be found reporting from the EU quarter or taking long walks around the city in her quest to uncover quirky new spots.
Half Italian, half Dutch, Stefano Lapasini moved to Brussels in the year 2000. As producer of the show since 2004, he now knows the city and its people like the back of his hand. But he is hungry to discover more. Along with the team, Stefano is always looking out for new hidden spots in the city to share with fellow BRUZZelairs.
Although he was born in Seoul, Jin Dubois now considers himself a true Brusselair. What he loves about his work with BRUZZ International is the constant contact with different segments of the Brussels community. He sees Brussels as a kind of 'experiment' of how the future global society will look like.
Ryan Le Garrec
Born in London but raised in Paris, Ryan Le Garrec landed in Brussels after a stint in Sweden and Ireland. The film maker, photographer and story teller has worked with artists like Damien Rice, Wim Vandekeybus, The Knife and Lamb. Known for his intimate and poetic style, Ryan has been making reports for BRUZZ International for more than seven years.
Although he was born in Brussels, Ilan Silber was brought up and educated in the States. For the last ten years, he has worked as a videographer, editor and animator. A keen traveller, his constant voyages brings an additional worldly point of view to BRUZZ International.
Born and raised in Croatia, Anja always loved visual arts. After studying and working in France and Argentina, she settled in Brussels 3 years ago. She believes the city is unpredictable, eclectic and kaleidoscopic, something that makes it so unique artistically. Today she works as a documentary filmmaker, photographer and videographer using audiovisual language to support and develop different artistic, cultural, social, educational and media projects.
Originally from Spain, Jose Huedo moved to Brussels back in 2013 and maintains that as soon as you love Brussels, Brussels will love you back. He studied Industrial Design Engineering and Film and now works as a cinematographer and assistant director for a range of film projects and social documentaries here in Brussels and beyond.
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