Thierry Zéno

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Thierry Zéno
Born (1950-04-22)22 April 1950
Namur, Belgium
Died 7 June 2017(2017-06-07) (aged 67)
Nationality Belgian
Occupation Author, filmmaker

Thierry Zéno (born Thierry Jonard; 22 April 1950 – 7 June 2017)[1] was a Belgian author-filmmaker.[2]

His films include the controversial Vase de Noces (1974),[2][3] and a documentary ¡Ya basta! Le cri des sans-visage (1995–1997) on the Zapatista rebels of Chiapas, Mexico.[2][4]

Zéno created a "video" department at the Académie de Dessin et des Arts décoratifs de Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, where he was a teacher from 1985 to 1999 and since 1999 is director.[1]

He died on 7 June 2017.[5]

References

  1. ^ a b Zéno's cv, retrieved 2009-05-10.
  2. ^ a b c Murphy, Lizzie (16 March 2006), "Film festival chance to meet director", The Yorkshire Post .
  3. ^ "Wedding Trough", The New York Times, 12 April 1975 .
  4. ^ "Snapshot: Zapatista fighter", The Guardian, 2 March 2006 .
  5. ^ Mettet: Thierry Zéno avait rendu son prestige au château de Thozée (in French)

External links

  • Official website
  • Thierry Zéno on IMDb
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