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Fabrice Bonniot

Fabrice Bonniot teaches Contemporary Music and Culture and is a Creativity Coach at I.E.S.A. – the Institut d’Etudes Supérieures des Arts based in Paris and part of Studialis Galileo, Europe’s largest group of institutions for private higher education.

He develops and hosts scriptwriting workshops at the Ecole de la Cité, the film-school founded by director Luc Besson at the Cité du Cinéma complex in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis. He also created a course on designing and marketing creative services at the Paris School of Business, which is also part of the Studialis Galileo group.

He’s acted as a consultant for several curatorial and cultural projects and hosted workshops for establishments and organisations including Musée du quai Branly, Centre des Monuments Nationaux, Chorus festival, Centre des Arts d’Enghien-les-Bains and Tourism office of Plaine Commune (a network of districts in Saint-Denis, Paris).  From 2006 until 2019, he was on the Management Committee of Technopol - an organisation producing Techno Parade and Paris Electronic Week events in France (he also held the post of Committee Secretary). He also used to be a sound-designer / DJ as BarockismHe is currently writing his first collection of illustrated poems and working on an exhibition project, in collaboration with visual artist ML Colrat.

 

Between 1995 to 2006, Fabrice held a number of management positions in the marketing and communications group Orange.  From 2007 to 2011, he set-up and jointly headed a film production company in Spain.
He graduated from
E.S.C.P. Europe (one of Europe top five business schools) and from C.E.F.P.F. - Centre Européen de Formation à la Production de Films. He's currently being trained as a Gestalt-therapist at Gestalt-I.F.F.P.

 

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