In 2013, Lusine Papoyan participated in the project Yerevan from Sunrise to Sunset, organized by the Polish film school of Vaida, making a documentary film Calendar. In 2015, she graduated with honours from the Yerevan State Institute of Theatre and Cinema, Department of Feature Film Directing. In 2015, she founded the festival of literary creativity Border. From 2016 to the present, Lusine Ppoyan has been working at the Tumo Centre for Creative Technologies as a content developer and a filmmaking coach. In 2016, took part in the Golden Apricot FF with her debut film Radiola, received the Main Prize Web Apricot. In 2017, she continued her studies at the Lenfilm Film Studio in St. Petersburg, specializing in video editing and colour processing.
Chance Meeting (short, 2012), Calendar (doc., 2013), Radiola (short, 2015), Equation with Two Variables (2023).