Nans Laborde-Jourdàa

Nans Laborde-Jourdàa



Nans Laborde-Jourdàa is a French film director, born in Toulouse in 1973. He was educated at the prestigious École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, before going on to work as a director and producer in the film industry. He is best known for his award-winning work in the French cinema, such as his debut feature film, The Intruder (2005).

Laborde-Jourdàa has worked in a variety of different genres, from comedy to drama, as well as documentaries and television. He has directed films such as Les Amants (2007), The Return of Oz (2008) and Aurore (2009). His work has been critically acclaimed, often winning awards and nominations from prestigious film festivals. In 2008, he won the César Award for Best Film for The Return of Oz.

In 2011, he released his first 3D feature film, The Cat and the Canary. This film was a horror-thriller, and was praised for its visual effects and storytelling. Laborde-Jourdàa has also directed music videos for various French artists, such as Julien Doré and Les Negresses Vertes.

In recent years, Laborde-Jourdàa has branched out into television work. He has directed episodes for the series Versailles, as well as for the series Fais pas ci, Fais pas ça. He is currently working on a new feature film, which is scheduled for release in 2018.

Laborde-Jourdàa is considered one of the most talented and innovative directors in the French film industry. He is known for his ability to create unique and captivating images, as well as for his skillful handling of complex themes and characters. His work has been praised for its visual beauty and emotional power. Laborde-Jourdàa is an important figure in the French film industry, and his work continues to be highly respected and admired.

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