Riff Raff Films

Francois Rousselet

Anyday for Anyday

John Lewis

We'll Meet Again

Heineken

Dear Kobe

Nike

Chant Des Sirenes

Jean Paul Gaultier

Francesca

Diesel

Snoop

JustEat

Shockwave

Liam Gallagher

Content Battle

Orange

Epic Race

Paco Rabbane

Go with the Flaw

Diesel

Ride 'em on Down

Rolling Stones

Lazaretto

Jack White

Spend it Well

M&S

Da Da Ding

Nike

So Many Pros

Snoop Dogg

Wall of Glass

Liam Gallagher

Find Your Magic

Axe

Sebastian

Stella Artois

Good Life

Kanye Wes ft T-Pain

Work

Iggy Azalea

Angry Birds 2

God Only Knows

BBC Music

4 Minutes

Madonna ft Justin Timberlake

D.A.N.C.E

Justice

Monday

Axe

Change Your Life

Iggy Azalea

Bigger Than Us

White Lies

Francois Rousselet is easily one of the most creative forces in music videos and commercials today. His approach to filmmaking is a highly graphic one that blends intellect with wild imagination. With an eye for detail, color and brash attitude, his stylish films cleverly play off an obsession with pop culture references. Always eye opening, each piece is a chance at reinvention and boldly uncovers new territory, making him an artist that is impossible to pigeonhole.

Francois’ music video career began in 2007 with promos for French electro label Ed Banger Records with artists like Justice and Kavinsky, amongst others. He has since collaborated with some of the world’s top musical minds including Kanye West, Madonna, Depeche Mode and Jack White. His work with these artists has garnered him cross-continent MTV Awards, World Music Awards as well as two D&AD Awards for Iggy Azalea’s “Work” video and Audio Bully’s “Only Man”. He also directed Snoop Dogg and Pharrell’s Blaxploitation-inspired music video for “So Many Pros.” 

While Francois continues to craft wildly cutting-edge music videos, he also lends his creativity to the commercial world, and has worked with brands including Heineken, Nike, Diesel, Jean Paul Gaultier, BBC Radio, Toyota, Lynx AXE. Last year he reunited with Snoop Dogg for Just Eat’s spot ‘Did Somebody Say’ through McCann which was included in the APA’s Top 20 of 2020 and picked up 2 Clio Awards.   

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