Dionysius, Eric


Dionysius, Eric
(1951, France - )
   Mostly a film producer, he directed a couple of musi­cal documentaries. He also was a second assistant director (1987 Cronaca di una morte annunciata / Chronique d'une Mort annoncée / Cronica de una muerte anunciada / UK and USA: Chronicle of a Death Foretold, Francesco Rosi, Italy / France / Colombia).
 Filmography
1980 ◘ AC / DC the Film: Let There Be Rock (documentary)
2005 ◘ AC / DC: Family Jewels (video documentary; co-director only; segments "Hells Bells", "Back in Black", "What DoYou Do for Money Honey?"",Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution", "You Shook Me All Night Long"; Australia)

Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.

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