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Nicolas Bordage

 

Training/Education

Nick Bordage studied International and European Law at University of Paris before moving to the U.S.where he graduated with a Bachelorin Film Production (Narrative and Cinematography) and Spanish Literature and Culture from California State University, Long Beachand with a Masterin French Literature and Culture. Thenhe transferred to Florida at University of Miami, Coral Gables where he studied French and Latin-American Literature, and Film in the Doctorate program. He wrote a unique monograph on the Argentinean filmmaker Gaspar Noé and his feature films. 

Teaching and Working Experience

Since 2008, Nick instructed a wide variety of courses and professional trainings in different institutions such as CSU, Long Beach, University of Miami, University of Redlands, Cerritos College, and Orange Coast College. He taught language(French andSpanish), literature, pedagogysecond language acquisitionEuropean cinema, French cinema, Spanish cinema, American film genres, and film production. Nick also dubbed to French numerous TV series such as ClonEn dónde está ElisaDrenaje profundo, and IsidingoHe also shot music videos for artists such as Abysmal Dawn andVincent Raffard

Presentation/Publication

Nick went to numerous art exhibitions and film festivals to present his short films. The Interview was screened at the Newport Beach Film Festivalthe Italian Cultural Institute of Los Angeles, the Directors’ Guild of Americaand the Milan’s International Film Festival. He also presented numerous papers atthe 26th Colloquium CIEF Thessaloniki in Greece: Gérard Étienne’s Gladys or the Antillean RomanceAn Invitation to a Poetic Voyage asan Escape to Horror, the 20th and 21st Century French and Francophones Studies International Colloquium, CSU, Long Beach: Magyd CherfiSensitive Pencil to Serva Discourseon Cultural Hybridity. Both articles were published in Éditions L’Harmattan.  

Ongoing Projects

Nick is working on two on going publicationsmonographA Latin American in Paris, Gaspar Noé’s Cinema, a Challenge for France’s Social, Political and Moral Values anda novel/essayRoger Bordage: The Early Memories of a Holocaust Survivor. Nick is also working on the script of his first feature film, a dark comedy on happiness.