Born in Pointe-aux-Outardes on the North Shore, Nadine has always enjoyed going on journeys in search of adventure and discovering. Of particular interest to her are the relationships between people and their actual and imaginary universes. Her cinematographic approach is based on affiliation, territorial identity and the imaginary world.
She has a Master of Applied science from the University of Montreal (development and environment) that has brought her to work on cinema projects related to inhabited space. Documentary making provides her each time with a deep sense of existing. The personal look we take, partly made up by our life path, is a happy pretext to meet and recognize others.
With World of Passage (2015) Nadine was member of a group of 5 directors initiated by the National Film Board (NFB) and Spirafilm (Québec). This stimulating and innovative project aims to reassert the place of short documentaries in the cinematographic landscape.
Her first feature film Le cosaque et la gitane has been awarded the Prix Pierre-et-Yolande-Perrault at the Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois (RVCQ) 2013. In her recent movie, Le chant des étoiles (2016), astronomy meets music in a poetic tale that results from the contrast and the fusion between two fabulous universes.