Nathan Wardinski earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh with a major in Radio-TV-Film Communication and minors in Philosophy and English. Nathan also earned a Masters of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing at Minnesota State University-Mankato, creating a feature length screenplay as a thesis. In addition to his work on Sounds of Cinema, Nathan has published articles on film and lectured at universities on subjects like post 9/11 film and the politics of 1970s horror films.
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