Vincent Audet-Nadeau

Raised in Montmagny, a small town of rural Québec, Vincent Audet-Nadeau graduated from Concordia University in Communication Studies and Political Science. He also holds a specialized degree in directing (fiction film, documentary and television) from INIS (Institut national de l’image et du son). Vincent directed several episodes of the documentary series La Douce folie de l’aventure, broadcast on RDI and Radio-Canada, and wrote documentary scripts for L’Esprit des lieux, a series presented on TV5, the international French language network. Vincent has also been a researcher for various documentary projects and was for a couple of years a sub-editor for Le TVA, the top news program in Québec.
He directed episodes of the documentary series Les Ruraux du 21e siècle (Best documentary series, Gémeaux Awards 2007) and has taken part in several innovative projects including by the National Film Board of Canada (Numix winner for Best original production of information and magazine 2010). Vincent recently directed Fous de leur village (nominated at the Festival du cinéma international en Abitibi-Témiscamingue 2010), a documentary about regional development, and La Rafle, a documentary about the crisis of October 1970 which will be broadcast on Radio Canada. La Vie après la shop (nominated for Best Documentary: Society at the Gémeaux Awards 2006) was his first point of view documentary.