Erick Zonca

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Érick Zonca is a French film director and screenwriter. His first films were shorts Rives (1992), Eternelles (1995), and Seule (1997). Zonca is best known for his critically acclaimed and award-winning 1998 feature film debut The Dreamlife of Angels. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Erick Zonca has received more than 28,761 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Erick Zonca is the 1,247th most popular film director, the 4,136th most popular biography from France and the 135th most popular French Film Director.

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Among film directors, Erick Zonca ranks 1,247 out of 1,580Before him are John Singleton, Gene Saks, Paul McGuigan, Chris Buck, Leigh Whannell, and Adrian Biddle. After him are Edward Lachman, Rupert Sanders, Bryan Forbes, Shyam Benegal, James Frawley, and Robert Riskin.

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Among people born in 1956, Erick Zonca ranks 379Before him are Hisashi Kato, Amitav Ghosh, Sergio Brio, Peter Chelsom, Ana Rosa Quintana, and Edson Tavares. After him are Sanjaagiin Bayar, Phyllis Logan, Mikola Statkevich, Patti Hansen, William Orbit, and Jerry Doyle.

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Among people born in France, Erick Zonca ranks 4,136 out of 5,234Before him are Yohan Cabaye (1986), Presnel Kimpembe (1995), Aymeric Laporte (1994), Anthony Martial (1995), Bernard Tchoullouyan (1953), and Marion Bartoli (1984). After him are Rémi Garde (1966), Philippe Montanier (1964), Tahar Rahim (1981), Kavinsky (1975), Guy Lacombe (1955), and André Testut (1926).


Among film directors born in France, Erick Zonca ranks 135Before him are Louis Daquin (1908), Francis Girod (1944), René Vautier (1928), Alain Jessua (1932), Arnaud Desplechin (1960), and Bertrand Bonello (1968). After him are Catherine Corsini (1956), Alexandre Aja (1978), Olivier Megaton (1965), François Dupeyron (1950), Noémie Lvovsky (1964), and Olivier Dahan (1967).