- Zincone, Bruno
- He earned a diploma as a commercial artist and took courses at an accounting school. Having trained as a film editor (his aunt Fedora Zincone was an editor in Cinecittà), he cut trailers for producer Mag Bodard before working with Jean-Paul Savignac (1973 Député, documentary), Raymond Depardon (1974 Une Partie de Campagne, documentary), Pierre Barouh (1979 Le Divorcement), Jean-Pierre Mocky (1995 Noir comme le Souvenir, France / Switzerland), and exploitation film director Jean-Marie Pallardy (1977 Le Ricain / USA: The Man from Chicago; 1979 Une Femme spéciale / USA: A Very Special Woman / Kiss Me with Lust / Ready and Willing; 1981 Trois Filles dans le Vent; 1984 Vivre pour survivre / White Fire, also actor, France / Turkey / UK), to whom he was also an assistant director (1978 L'Amour chez les Poids lourds / Grossi bestioni / UK: Erotic Encounters / Truck Stop / US video: Traveling Companions, France / Italy). While editing other filmmakers' movies, he directed a couple of forgettable pictures. In 1997, he co-founded with Anne Saint Dreux the National Center for Advertising Archives (now the House of Advertising).Filmography1980 ◘ Bactron 317 / L'Espionne qui venait du Show (co-director with Jean-Claude Stromme, un-released)1985 ◘ Gros Dégueulasse1988 ◘ Emmanuelle 6
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.