Luc Dionne

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Luc Dionne is an award winning screenwriter and director born in Quebec in 1960. Luc's work is largely directed towards the French-speaking market. However, many within the industry accredit Dionne's successful Omerta series as being an inspiration for David Chase's hit series The Sopranos.[1]

Dionne's adaptation of Monica la mitraille won the 2005 Genie for best screenplay. He was nominated for the same award in 2006 for Aurore.

Biography[edit]

Filmography[edit]

As screenwriter[edit]

  • 1996 — Omerta 1, The Code of Silence ("Omertà I - The Code of Silence") (TV series)
  • 1997 — Omerta 2, The Code of Silence ("Omertà II - The Code of Silence") (TV mini-series)
  • 1999 — Omerta 3, The Last Men of Honor ("Omertà III - The Last Men of Honor) (TV series)
  • 2000 — Tag, Season I (TV series)
  • 2002 — The Last Chapter I (The Last Chapter) (TV mini-series)
  • 2002 — Bunker, le Cirque (TV series))
  • 2003 — The Last Chapter II: The War Continues (Le Dernier Chapitre II, la Guerre Continue) (TV mini-series)
  • 2004 — Monica la mitraille
  • 2005 — Aurore
  • 2009 — André Mathieu, le Dernier des Romantiques (The Last of the Romantics)
  • 2010 — The Child Prodigy

As director[edit]

  • 2005 — Aurore
  • 2009 — André Mathieu, le Dernier des Romantiques
  • 2010 — The Child Prodigy

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nov. 10, 2000, CBC, 'Omerta' huge ratings success in Quebec, http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/1999/02/20/omerta990220.html

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