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.