Rémi Borgeaud is a Swiss filmmaker born in Geneva. After a B.A in Musicology, Spanish and History and two diplomas at the Geneva Conservatory in classical and jazz clarinet, he obtained a Masters degree in History at the Geneva University (2001). He spent three years at the London Film School to get a master in filmmaking (2007). He finished his filmmaking studies with a short film, Un Riff Para Lazaro, shot during his student exchange with the Cuban Film School of San Antonio de los Baños (EICTV).
During this same year he collaborated as a script editor with the Israeli director, Miri Shapiro, for a short film in 35mm shot in the Negev Desert. Now Rémi Borgeaud is writing a feature script with the Spanish script writer David Pareja and developing documentary projects in Europe and South America.
Winners of EIFF 2014’s short film awards and two of its documentary premieres have been nominated for 2015 BAFTAs.