Xavier Lukomski is a 1984 graduate of the "INSAS" (Upper Institute of Performing Arts in Brussels). He began his career as a an actor, notably with Philippe Sireuil and Michel Dezoteux at Brussels' Théâtre Varia, and with Layla Nabulsi et Christine Delmotte's "jeunes compagnies". He then worked in theatrical production with various plays as director. Creator of the "Théâtre des deux eaux" (The Two Waters Theatre) in 1984, he has also directed many drama training classes since then, in Belgium as well as in France.
As for his film career, Xavier has directed three films up until now: "Ça va ?? ça va?" (short feature, 1996), "Le Petit Bout du Monde" (full-length documentary, 1998) and "Un pont sur la Drina" (short-length documentary, 2005). Totally absorbed by his passion, Xavier Lukomski also works as film critique in many specialized magazines such as Starfix, Les Inrockuptibles, Cinéphag, etc., in France or Belgium. Last but not least, he produces the radio program "Les Nuits Magnétiques" on France Culture.