| Film director|
| 10 September 1956 (age 59) (1956-09-10) Orleans, France|
Film director, screenwriter
Cesar Award for Best Film, European Film Award for European Discovery of the Year
Cesar Award for Best Director
The Dreamlife of Angels, Julia, The Little Thief, Eternelles, White Soldier
Natacha Regnier, Elodie Bouchez, Virginie Wagon, Aidan Gould, Gregoire Colin
Érick Zonca (born 10 September 1956) is a French film director and screenwriter, best known for his critically acclaimed, award-winning 1998 feature film debut The Dreamlife of Angels. The film won the Best Actress award at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.
His first films were the shorts Rives (1992), Eternelles (1995), and Seule (1997). Zonca's second feature was Le Petit Voleur (The Little Thief) (1999). Julia (2008), based on John Cassavetes' 1980 movie Gloria, starred Tilda Swinton and was shot in California and Mexico. White Soldier, a TV movie, came out in 2014. Zonca also made a French road safety PSA dramatic short film in 2015.
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